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In 19th-century Turkey, an officer in the Janissary army must struggle to repay a brash adventuress for saving his life, even though she was the one who endangered it in the first place. The webcomic unfolds with four or six new pages each Saturday. The number of pages varies each week in service to the story, usually determined by which page would make a more cruel, heart-wrenching cliffhanger.
Portions of the story (more or less the entire first chapter) have been previously self-published as Delilah Dirk and the Treasure of Constantinople. However, they were in black and white then. Now they’re in colour!
Delilah Dirk is written and illustrated by me, Tony Cliff. I’ve been an occasional contributor to the Flight anthology, and I’ve been lucky enough to have my work nominated for two Will Eisner awards.
More information’s available over at TonyCliff.com, where you can find my Twitter handle, among other things (useful if you don’t receive enough links to adorable cat videos).
If you’re not enjoying Delilah Dirk for some reason, whether it be technical, moral, or simply because you just don’t like it, drop me a line. I’m happy to listen to any constructive criticism. Note: I said constructive criticism.
You can email me right here: email@example.com
Also note: If you would like to say nice things, I am open to that, too.
There is not enough bandwidth available in the whole internet to properly thank all the people who have helped during the production of DDatTL. The fine folks below have offered their time, attention, and assistance to me in aid of this book’s production, and to each and every one of them I am extremely grateful. They are each worthy of your unreserved love and respect. I will list their names alphabetically by surname.