Sum has a right to be irritated…but at least the Angels artists didn’t pull the same stunt that jerk from “Loserz” did…asking for donations for a new computer to finish the comic, then when he got the money he packed up and quit. It does seem as though Angels is done…ah well, it was nice while it lasted. As for making up the story…I’m gonna take Corrupted’s strand and run with it…
Hammer points the pistol at the guy, who calmly informs her that the gun he gave her contains only ONE bullet, and asks if she would prefer to wind up unarmed locked in a room with him…or the psycho bitch? Hammer maneuvers her way around to the exit and asks Psycho who she would have an easier time tracking down once they got away….her, or the Plebian? Psycho agrees that Plebian is a slippery bastard, and Hammer runs down the hallway as the sound of unarmed combat erupts from the room…
Quetz’s mom finishes off the secret agent in the kitchen, while Quetz (and her cat) finish off the chick in the living room. Not only does Quetz’s mom finance the operation to find out what’s going on, but she reveals that the source of wealth and pride of the family stems from their own deep involvement in military secret organizations…Aztechnologies or something (sorry Shadowrun!) That’s why Quetz was always such a disappointment, cause mom hoped she would be an elite agent instead of a reject pilot, etc etc. This revelation, of course, comes while Mom is dying in Quetz’s arms, having been shot by the secret agent, and Quetz winds up with the family fortune, a death to avenge, and no disapproving family to hold her back.
Kid and Whiskey fully realize their passion for each other (fan…service. Just sayin’.) They pick up Kid’s sister (new code name: Baby), pick up a couple of disguises and start looking for ships to commandeer to start looking for Hammer.
Being in contact with Hansagan, hes been putting the focus on his filmmaking endeavors, due to monetary and time constraints. It’s not that he’s abandoned the comic so much as he needs to support his family through his work, so everything else is ancillary right now.
Much as I would love to see him return to this, complete the story, and bring Hammer home for a bit of French Crumpet (*grins*), I completely understand and support what he’s got going on right now.
It’s possible that the comic may yet continue, albeit under the pen of another artist, but, as Cronkite always said, “That’s the way it is.”
Should Hansagan ever decide to finish the comic and make it available in print or paid download only, I am sure he’d have many buyers. I know that I would willingly pay for this story to conclude and have it in a book in its entirety.