Opey has always posed a bit of a challenge for me to draw, as it's difficult to get a character without a face to emote or express how he's feeling. This was one way for me to get around it, in a strange sort of way. I love writing the character.
Thank you so much! I've never heard anyone refer to the comic as "camp", so I find your description fascinating. This has been a story I've been working on a long time now (in fact, I'm currently working on Issue 5). It's great fun to be working on your own comic universe and sharing it with others. Ah, if only I was paid for it.
Please understand that I used "camp" in a complimentary way. I meant self-aware, sacastic camp, much like the more comedic parts of Robocop. I guess that came to mind specifically when the father speaks (which cracks me up by the way).
Look forward to more!
P.s. - someone should definitely be paying you for this, it's too good.
Oh, I wasn't upset. I did originally think you meant campy in a "Batman" kind of way but I wasn't pissed off about it. I appreciate your comments. I've been angling to make Opey a satirical sci-fi piece with a dash of drama on the side.
Can see how this was a daily deviant! I think it has so much emotion in it, I think I'll have to see how many pages I can fimd on your site when I have tme and read the comic! Looks good! I guess the first and last page are always a good promotion for a book! Beautifull!