The Complete “Damania Reheated” – All Four ‘Episodes’ Of The New Webcomic Mini Series By C. A. Brown

Note: Due to a scheduling accident, this page appeared by mistake for about a month last year. So, apologies to anyone who saw it then and wondered where it went.

Well, in case you missed any of it, I thought that I’d collect all four comic updates from my recent “Damania Reheated” webcomic mini series in one easy-to-read post. You can also find links to lots of other comics featuring these characters on this page too.

For something that was mostly planned at the last minute and made during two days (when the weather was hot), this mini series turned out a lot better than I expected 🙂 Interestingly, two of the comics in this mini series used “old school” watercolour art too (mostly because, for more detailed backgrounds, it’s quicker than adding colour digitally).

And, yes, the fourth comic was originally meant to be a full-length comic, but I ended up changing it before posting since (thanks to making comics so far in advance), it had quite literally become obsolete before it was even posted. Plus, due to a combination of oversights, scheduling problems etc… and this issue, there won’t be a line art post tomorrow. But, if you want to see the line art for the first three comics, then it can be viewed here, here and here.

As usual, all four comic updates here are released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

You can also click on each comic to see a larger version of it too. Enjoy 🙂

“Damania Reheated – Horror Shelves” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reheated – Impractical” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reheated – Holiday” By C. A. Brown

“Damania Reheated – Obsolete” By C. A. Brown

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Today’s Art (23rd July 2019)

Here’s the fourth (and final) comic in my “Damania Reheated” webcomic mini series. Don’t worry if you missed any of it, I’ll be posting a full retrospective here later tonight. In the meantime, you can find links to lots of other comics featuring these characters here.

And, yes, this was originally meant to be a full comic. But, in the months between making it and posting it, the comic quite literally became obsolete (due to a computer game being remastered). So, I kind of had to make a quick single-panel last-minute replacement instead.

As usual, this comic update is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

[CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE] “Damania Reheated – Obsolete” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (22nd July 2019)

Woo hoo! I am very proud to present the third comic in “Damania Reheated”, this month’s four-comic webcomic mini series. You can find links to lots of other mini series featuring these characters on this page.

And, yes, this comic probably should have included more cynicism (both about tourism and about people who moan about it) but, well, I only had four panels.

As usual, this comic update is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

[CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE] “Damania Reheated – Holiday” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (21st July 2019)

Woo hoo! I am very proud to present the second comic in “Damania Reheated”, this month’s four-comic webcomic mini series. You can find links to lots of other mini series featuring these characters on this page.

Although the art in this comic was a little rushed, it’s been a little while since I’ve made a comic about Harvey and Rox’s fascination with old technology. Not to mention that this comic also gave me a chance to reference a couple of older comics like this one and this one.

As usual, this comic update is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

[CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE] “Damania Reheated – Impractical” By C. A. Brown

Today’s Art (20th July 2019)

Woo hoo! I am very proud to present the first comic in “Damania Reheated”, this month’s four-comic webcomic mini series. You can find links to lots of other mini series featuring these characters on this page.

And, yes, this comic update was inspired by real life. Specifically, visiting a large bookshop in Petersfield last summer only to find that there was literally no horror shelf. Seriously, not even the token single row of shelves filled with 30-50% Stephen King books that was common in large bookshops during the ’00s.

As usual, this comic update is released under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND licence.

[CLICK FOR LARGER IMAGE] “Damania Reheated – Horror Shelves” By C. A. Brown