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  • Posted by Bobby
  • 19th Apr 13

Okay..let me use another ‘get out of bad art jail free’ card here.

But apart from that this is an important scene; we see the Scampi’s anger and disdain towards his parents and Amperduke’s dislike towards his grandson.

I get both their views. Scampi is being dumped off at his Grandparents for the summer while his parents go on a cruise or something while Amperduke hates having this brat in the house. I feel bad for Mrs. Amperduke though, Scampi is changing from a sweet little kid into a truculent teenager.

I think Scampi is 12.

About the Webcomic:

This tri-weekly webcomic posts Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

MISTER AMPERDUKE is a wordless graphic novel originally released in 2008. I wrote and drew the whole thing over a five year period.

After three juicy print runs I have decided to release it here while I start working on the sequel/prequel

The story is told through about 2000 comic panels, without using words. It follows the plight of the tiny LEGO®-like citizens of Mister Amperduke’s miniature city which he constructs and maintains as a hobby. It’s a little different than most comics but give it a try. Maybe it won’t work as a webcomic but lets see how it goes!

Here is a standalone 6 page story to get you into the groove.

View the trailer below and check out the first book here

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