Got some positive feedback, got a little bit of more negative, but not craazzzyyy feedback.
One thing- we aim to complete and publish comics, graphic novels and magazines. To do that we feel we just have to march on and finish by our deadlines. Sometimes that's going to mean we reuse art, flip images, all that kind of stuff. Not all the time on every page, but in a way that's similar to older (and in fact some current) cartoons operate. If you have the art on file, in layers ready to use, in it goes. For two reasons.
The production reason is- one picture on one page is not going to make or break a comicbook. The other reason is that it suits the feel of the rough animation sketch style art for the current books.
For the art intensive and especially the pure art adult books we're doing, this isn't even an issue. It isn't being done for those books and the painted pages couldn't even work that way. But for our books where the story is actually, in our opinion, more important than pretty wetty art, and where the rough animation style is contextual - that is how it is going to be played.
Hope that explains our position, it's from the chin, it's honest- that's how we're going about things.
Also it's blowing a gale and sheeting down with rain. Cyclone season: not nearly over it seems.