Haunted 1-11

Haunted 1-11

You, ’90s NYC expert: Uh, Metrocards in the late ’90s had a much smaller white band, and the “INSERT THIS WAY” strip was a duller gold. Me: Arrggh, I know, I merged layers like an idiot and had to move

Haunted 1-10

Haunted 1-10

You, cool and savvy person who knows a thing or two about digital art: Dolly, this is pretty busy. You want to avoid visual clutter so the reader doesn’t get overstimulated. It’s hard to know what to focus on this

Haunted 1-9

Haunted 1-9

Dolly placing Landgraab Apartments: Ok, so Spice Market is Jackson Heights, obviously, which would suggest the Casbah Gallery is in Brooklyn—likely Bushwick or Williamsburg—but when I think galleries I think Chelsea, especially in the late nineties when gentrification just started

Haunted 1-8

Haunted 1-8

Right, this is a romance and we have to allude to a love interest somewhere. (If this is late, it’s because I’m trying to draw Bernard but also cracking up and repeating “soOOoo… who’s the gUUuuuyyYYYYYY” to myself in the

Haunted 1-7

Haunted 1-7

GAYYYYYNGST To clarify the character-introduction rule, I’m not counting Yuan’s third-eye dream ghosts as character introductions. Let’s pretend for a while longer that everyone reading this doesn’t know exactly who these are and exactly what happened. (And if you’re used

Haunted 1-6

Haunted 1-6

I’ve noticed in some webcomics that characters’ names appear more frequently in the accompanying text than in the main work, and as a result find myself forgetting everyone’s name. So that’s why Xiyuan’s parents called him by his full name

Haunted 1-5

Haunted 1-5

(Got kind of overwhelmed this week, so I’m dipping into my Haunted buffer instead of releasing a new chapter. Honestly, I should have split the last chapter into two parts.)   Me: That makes absolutely no sense. Myself: No, there’s

Haunted 1-4

Haunted 1-4

In which Yuan’s inner monologue doesn’t match his furniture. I don’t know why I’m being coy about what he’s done when seasoned CT readers can point to exactly which chapter this is. Maybe it’s because many webcomics feature unsolved mysteries

Haunted 1-3

Haunted 1-3

Here’s to another year of drowning my sorrows in what is possibly the strangest coping mechanism I’ve adopted to date! Happy holidays, everyone. I love each and every one of you. May we all have the strength to make 2021

Haunted 1-2

Haunted 1-2

Panel 4 Yuan has been staring at me all week. Halfway through, he was joined by a screenshot of Serj Tankian eating takeout. It’s great. I tried publishing this once, but it didn’t show up on WordPress Reader. Let’s see