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Abt_Nihil on Oct. 15, 2012
Written by shastab24 , lineart by AcTs , colors by Genejoke .
Thanks for reading and commenting!
at 8:06AM, Nov. 18, 2012
NICELY done you guys!
at 6:15PM, Oct. 23, 2012
I like this page alot. funny thing how Peligroso skin is gray. Before today I didn't know his skin was normal in his comic. I also didn't know he was a big guy. Oh well you live and you learn.
at 9:49AM, Oct. 16, 2012
Adding the intro/info shouldn't be too bad if you simplify to something like:
In fact, since you're adding it in at this stage (with the pages already done), you can select a particular font (like "Stencil") and make it uniform and easily identifiable throughout the issue.
at 3:26AM, Oct. 16, 2012
I have to agree with darrellsan. The print version could remedy that by either including captions specifying the characters' names and their abilities, or a general index of characters.
at 5:05PM, Oct. 15, 2012
I understand, darrellsan. I realize now I should have done things better in that regard. The print version will try to rectify that, but that's no remedy for the web version.
at 3:05PM, Oct. 15, 2012
5! Really like this style
man in black
at 10:56AM, Oct. 15, 2012
at 10:20AM, Oct. 15, 2012
“…just getting it finished must have been difficult.”
at 9:10AM, Oct. 15, 2012
I don't think you're wrong, it's a very ambitious story, so many characters in one massive fight all drawn by various different artists... just getting it finished must have been difficult. Adding text identifying characters and abilities may help for the print version, if it goes to print. Speaking of which... how does resolution work with print, so many artists, different page sizes and page resolutions... headache city.
at 3:13AM, Oct. 15, 2012
Great art! However...as I re-read this, I think the story suffers quite a bit b/c casual readers haven't a clue as to the names and abilities of the characters. Those of us who rec'd a script are familiar with the names and such and long time readers of H/A are familiar with Bombshell, Shell, Mr. Imp and so forth...but casual readers not involved with art duties have no idea who most of these newer heroes and villains are. The bald character on this page, for example, has appeared for the second time but has yet to be named. It's always a good idea to name characters when they first appear "on camera" either thru dialogue or narration. It's "old school" but it still works. Maybe we can rectify this for the deluxe hardcover print edition? End of rant.