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Erelannon » 16 Dec 2015 » Reply

Are those skeletons bodies of other seekers-of-the-sword? Obviously not from troll-dude, or their bodies would've been yanked back up the tunnel…

msouth » 5 Jul 2012 » Reply

Really awesome panel here.

I echo the desire for this to be on the shelves in every school library. It definitely belongs there.

    Trav the bean » 10 Jul 2012 » Reply

    why thank you – one day it might be on a school shelve

Trollsmyth » 14 Apr 2012 » Reply

Love all the little details. Is that the story of how the moon was shattered? And what are these symbols we see repeated so often? Hmmm… Intriguing!

Thanks again!

    Trav the bean » 10 Jul 2012 » Reply

    I see someone is really looking- yes the story of the shattered moon is partly represented. I dont know how many people recognize that- as for other symbols. Symbols have many meanings – some are family names, others represent events and still others….. have much deeper meanings

Ivan » 4 Feb 2011 » Reply

I found out about your comic yesterday and I really love it. I enjoy reading all the great webcomics out there, and yours I can say is among the best of them…

Artwork is great..especially big panels like this one with lots and lots background information..I just LOVE that in a comic 🙂 A big thumbs up to you!

Btw..Why no one commented so far the wall in the background..I find it fascinating with all the little hints and info one can get from it (the two symbols we see throughout the comic..good/evil?,the breaking of the moon, and the other two bigger parts..)..i just love when you put this things in your comic..continue the good…GREAT work 😉

    Trav the bean » 6 Feb 2011 » Reply

    why thank you- I want to color it mind you. but that takes away from finishing the story. So b/w until the story is done. I am though glad you are enjoying it.

timmothy » 4 Sep 2010 » Reply

Hmmm, I'm still guessing arthurian, to wit, the sword in the Once & Future King.

anbu » 23 Jun 2010 » Reply

Do not pick up the sword! It will be booby trapped like in the goonies!

Brandon » 16 Jun 2010 » Reply

Travis, it's pages like this that make me so excited about your stories and your art! As I've said before, you are a storyteller, and comics are the perfect medium for your stories!

The Bean is better than so many stories / comics I've read, whether they're aimed at adults, children or any age between.

This is the kind of book that kids should know about and will love, for everything you do with the story and especially the way your artwork inspires the imagination.

I know it's looking into the future, but I hope you'll be able to publish The Bean as one big book, or two or three big books (or whatever), when it's all finished. The graphic novel market for kids is huge right now with Scholastic and other major publishers on the bandwagon. There's no doubt in my mind that The Bean belongs on the shelf in major bookstores next to all the other stuff in that market right now.

    Trav the bean » 15 Dec 2010 » Reply

    First – Thank you.

    Second- I believe you…yet few people want to take chances these days and so we story tellers need to find other avenues. It's a tough road. That is one reason, why I print books of the story… So one day I can make it a huge thick graphic novel. It is my dream and so I will continue to share and continue to tell me tale as long as it takes and maybe one day…. it will end up on a book shelf with the help of another publisher…. one day.

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