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<   No. 1519   2007-03-25   >

Comic #1519

1 {scene: The seedy side of the Bune starport town.}
1 Serron: I'm not sure about this. Strange people and weird looks... It could be dangerous around here.
2 Iki Piki: Good, that's what we want.
3 Serron: Hmmm. Well, I suppose so.
4 Iki Piki: You just don't like it when you're not the most disreputable person around.

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I stupidly didn't write down the processing steps I took in Photoshop to produce the shady street effect in strip #1514, so I had to play around for some time to try to reproduce it here.

2017-01-29 Rerun commentary: ... People walking around not only with knives out, but held above their heads in striking position...

Oh, and those streetlamps don't seem to be shedding much light, do they?

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