Wed, February 26, 2020 in Issue 13: Revelation of Atrocities

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shastab24 Wed, February 26, 2020 edit delete
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So the two threads (if you can call them threads) intersect. I should also note that the last panel there is the only time in this issue that I didn't keep track of who I drew in the panel. I know I still did the random pages on the Public Domain Super Heroes Wiki, but I didn't write down who was who, and I may have colored them differently, anyways. I mean, it's basically just feet and can be seen as any number of characters, anyways, and it isn't important who's who.

But guess which line wasn't in the original script. I realized a bit into this that for whatever reason when I wrote the script (years ago) I didn't have the characters do anything to help those who were interred in the camp, and it was at this point, when I was coloring this page, that it struck me. So, I added the line kind of clunkily here. Still, while it happened on-panel, I at least didn't leave it to some sort of author note or the like. In the end, a hero helps those who need help, and Pinball was in a perfect position to do so, to liberate the camp en masse without needing to worry about sneaking anybody past any guards or the like. Where zhe portaled them to, I don't know, but I can assume various places who could be sympathetic, and likely not in Nazi control (most likely within the US itself, as that would keep the people safer than Britain, for instance, as they were actively being attacked by the Nazis in the war, while the US had the luxury of most of it being untouched by the Axis).