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About the Comic

A prequel story to Messenger, Follower takes place in a world that is in the process of falling apart.

Follower centers on a group of genetically engineered beings as they make their way (and survive) through the aftermath of a land recently torn apart by Civil War. Created by human scientists in a research laboratory as soldiers for a war they would never fight in, these creatures possess genetic immunity to most known biological warfare agents, an immune and nervous system that enables them to survive in the harshest of environments, and strength and mobility that far outclasses human capabilities.

The story features some violence, language, and occasionally death as well, and is best suited for readers age 13 and up. If you’re unsure about reading a story that has these themes, you should probably ask your parents first.

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About the Creators

About The Writer:

Striking from a hidden base, Delade has won his first battle in the publishing world by writing for his first webcomic, Follower. He is a big space and science geek, and loves talking about the latest advancements in aerospace and astronomical discoveries when he’s not writing or catching up on books or games.

About the Artist:

Bugbyte, still hotly debated to be “maybe-an-AI-maybe-not-an-AI”, has worked on Messenger and Follower for the past ten years since her installation and deployment, along with other comics. She loves video games involving monsters, and is looking forward to adding even more marathon medals to her stack of three. Oh, and she loves cats. Bug has been featured in the Creator Spotlight Series on Your WebcomicsBug has a Twitter.

Other Cool Stuff

Follower has been featured on Pretty Cool Webcomics.

The first issue of Follower can be found in the Schulz Library at the Center for Cartoon Studies in White River Junction, Vermont!

Follower in the CCS Library

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