Tuesday, 6 May 2008

Wunder #2

I'm back in the studio again. :)
Having spent the past five days relaxing and just enjoying life it's time to get back to the drawingboard. And the blog. :)

I got a very interesting mail from blog reader Mike Napolitano a few days ago were he told me that he had the second of George Wunders "Terry and the Pirates" tryout dailies!!! And he asked me if I wanted to show it on the blog. :)
So here it is for all to enjoy. Thanks for sharing, Mike!

This means I've seen 7 of them now. And knowing mine is #13 there is at least 6 more...
Wouldn't it be great if all of them could see print in the last of IDW's Terry and the Pirates volumes?
So if you got one please don't hesitate to get in touch with Dean over at IDW. Or drop me a line if you want to share it here also.
If you want to see the other Wunder strips just use the labels function below this post or the Labels menue to the right.

[Edit: Hmm... I just had a look at the strips here on the blog and It might be a case of two different sets of try out dailies. One signed set and one unsigned set. All 4 of the signed strips seems to feature a storyline beginning on a train and then having Terry & Co. flee from it. The unsigned doesn't seem to hang together. Maybe Wunder did a set of dailies with no connection and then was asked to do a set with a storyline too? Who knows. The only way to solve this "mystery" is to get more pieces.]


Ger Apeldoorn said...

Hotshot is wearing the same suit and trousers in #13 as in the train sequence.

Joakim Gunnarsson said...

Yes. And #13 also has the same woman and is signed so we can be sure that they are from the same sequence.
Now, what has happened to the other nine strips from that storyline...?