Everyone wears a mask. What we see of people on the surface is so rarely what’s ticking underneath. And, in Cortland Hunt’s case, what he’s hiding might just be more than Ian Tanner is prepared for.
Breaks is the story of two young adults coming to terms with who they were, who they are and who they’ll become.
It’s a love story…but a little broken.
Emma & Malin
Emma Vieceli is a freelance comicker, with titles including Vampire Academy, Avalon Chronicles, My Little Pony & Young Avengers under her art belt. She co-writes Breaks and provides art. Emma's Twitter
Malin Ryden is a prose writer most known in the field of horror and queer fiction in her native Sweden. Her work is regularly featured in Eskapix magazine. Breaks is her first foray into writing for comics. Malin's Twitter
Just wanted to say I read this comic religiously and secretly every mnday, heeheehee- It's so good and so Stengel right from the start..things are getting really tense, and I can really feel it..!! Man I'm getting addicted. Can't wait to buy the prologue :)
That sort of sociopath control freak seems to appear on countries that shun people deemed as worthless where I'm from the worthless can be as worthless as they want and people just ignore and will just talk with them if they get as drunk some night.
I just said this cause I never met a guy like this but they seem common on japanese plots.
I find it curious the conditions that give birth to such jerks.
@BurstThrough: That's actually a really interesting notion. We are all the product of our environment, for sure. As someone in the UK, I know we had a few characters like Spence in my school. At that age, in that environment, being a top dog seems to hold a lot of importance. Once we get into the larger world we realise that the social structure of school is a microcosm, but Cortland and Ian are in that odd place between school and real life right now, so which rules should they play by? :)