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Nendaiki Written and Illustrated by: Yuki J and Timo P

Following the lives, and adventures of many people.. spaced out throughout time. Who somehow have a connection regardless of where they are
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S B's Review of Nendaiki
Definitely something worth watching, with much potential.

It's not an old comic by any measure, to be sure.  With less pages than would be found acceptible in a regular on-the-shelf comic book, Nendaiki's story so far is one of intrigue.

 

Introduced to new characters with unforgiving pace, and nicely hewn lines, the series is off to a good start.  I do think, though, that the artist will definitely be doig the better of their work towards the ending of the series.  That's not to say the comic is bad, no I think quite the opposite.  The story thus far is interesting, to say the last.

 

Another problem at this time is continuity.  With some pages done in colour, and some pages done in grayscale, one isn't sure what to think.  Will the comic be a b&w comic, or will it be a colour comic?  Another inconsistency (which I do regret to have to mention) is that some comics look to be drawn with less quality in order to get the comic out.

 

Being a new comic, though, I'm sure such things will get smoothed out.  We may be seeing Nendaiki taking on a life of its own as the artist hones their craft.  So much potential, and so I'd definitely like to watch this comic and see what comes in the next year.

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