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The Blackblood Alliance

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Genre: Furry
Date Added: 8 February 2008
Last Update: 7 February 2008
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Current Comic Ranking: 12102/23669
Views This Month: 37   (More...)
Average Views a Month: 34   (More...)
Favourite of: 6 members
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Story centers around a pack of outcast wolves, and their leader Swiftkill. Once the mighty guardsmen of the wolf clan of Inaria, after a grave incident involving Swiftkill, they were banished from the land and branded with the insulting name, Blackblood.

Current synopsis by: ABYSS_GK

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Bonny Klyde 2/5
not exactly as it's all cracked up to be. when you first look at this comic, your first reaction is "wow! the art and composition are amazing!" but then when you look at the actually plot, you see some problems.

first and foremost is the pacing. when the comic starts out, you have a fierce battle, a sorrowful discussion, two scouts going across the desert, and blackbloods pinning them down and interrogating them.

all in the span of eight pages.

that is WAY to fast. that whole sequence of events should take at least 25 pages, probably more. there's barely any room for character development at all. instead, it's all bang, bang, bang from one event to another without slowing down to take a breather. luckily, the pacing slows down during the flashback, though it still has that flashbang feel.

the second thing would be the colorations. granted, i'm pretty sure this would go under the fantasy genre (as well as furry), but i sense the author wanted to have a sort of realistic feel. big wolves with mohawks and crazy colors and markings isn't exactly natural for a wolf. for a mythical creature, yes; in a wolf, no. there's even a bluish wolf in there, which made the seriousness of the comic drop drastically. maybe if this comic took place in another realm or something, i would ignore the strange colorations, but since it's suppose to take place in prehistoric North America, no. combine the fact that the story moves faster than the speed of sound just makes it sort of collapse.

the thrid thing is the straight-forwardness of the plot. their really is no mystery here, except of what happens next. what i mean is this: in the middle of the flashback, Rapier basically comes up and tells Swiftkill her big evil plan to attack Swiftkill, and then goes though with it. that is really uninteresting. now it may just be me, but if Rapier just skipped the whole monologue and had her minions attack with no warning, the audience would have been like "hey! wolves are attacking her for no apparent reason! lets wait and find out why!" bottom line: everything is spelled out and there's barely any mystery.

on the plus side, the backgrounds and art are fantastic, but the plot needs a lot of work. nevertheless, i'll continue to check up on this comic. who knows, the plot may get better and my rating might change.

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