And there it is. Eleanor’s new reality. The fall has left her in pieces. Arms, legs — shattered, plastered over. Her beautiful hair, hacked and shaved away so that the damage to her fragile skull could be repaired. Steel pins holding her together. One eye patched over, hiding a recently detached retina. Her neck collared so that her head doesn’t roll off of her shoulders. A breathing tube. The slow hiss of air pumped into her lungs.
You’d want to go back to that beautiful, colorful void, too.
There’s a new article at ComicBloc today that’s all about Eleanor. A little bit about how I started the comic, but even more fun, some new info about the upcoming Eleanor iPad app!
Speaking of which:
Very soon you’ll be able to read Eleanor on your iPad! Here’s how it’ll work: For $2.99, you’ll be able to download the app and get early access to the end of the current chapter. The app will also include some bonus material.
But that’s not the best part!
The best part is that $2.99 buys you access to every Eleanor chapter that’s still coming. As new chapters appear on EleanorWitt.com, your Eleanor app will be updated for free. In the end, you’ll get to read a 10-chapter graphic novel — 220 pages of content — for the price of a single issue.
I think it’s a pretty good deal. Anyway, keep watching the site. I’ll have more info on the app and its availability in the App Store very soon!
Meanwhile, I hope you’re enjoying the story despite its sudden heavy turn. Things will look up for Eleanor, I promise.