Oooooh yes! Master Gila is a GREAT villain, I can’t wait to see how he handles Our Heroes! Great page, man!
Yes… it would be horrible if someone ELSE saved the world -_-
Well glad to see her priorities are straight =P.
Decker doesn’t just want to beat Uber Force to the punch. She also wants to save the cops from Gila’s army! … and beat Uber Force to the punch.
FUCK UBER FORCE!!
This dude gets it.
hehe, seems Gila isn’t the type to be so secretive. Great comic. :)
All that nice lettering is hard. And drawing that jeep is hard. Drawing a water park is hard. Drawing a space-fort is hard. Drawing weird, fish-eye perspectives is hard. And drawing a space-fort landing on a water park is hard!
I appreciate the hard work that goes into the details, but the real shine is the expressions. I love the range that Decky goes through in the last three panels (as screwed-up as her priorities may be). The burst of color is a great move.
Not sure how I feel about the panel above that. Can’t tell if you were parodying ’80s Saturday morning cartoons (“The entire Eastern Seaboard was wiped out by the Cobra Comet! But thankfully we were able to evacuate it completely in a half an hour! YO, JOE!!”) or just didn’t want Decky sitting on her butt while SUDDENLY MASS CASUALTIES, but either way Jolene’s exposition burst is just a tetch overwrit.
>> a tetch overwrit
Totally right! I was just trying to somehow allow them to fight bad guys in the space-fort without anyone being confused as to whether 43 people were squashed underneath it and whether Our Heroes should be hunting for survivors. But it is clunky.
Would it have been better to just pretend the question wouldn’t have come up? Usually that’s the best thing to do, but on too many occasions, I’m compelled to explain things, perhaps unnecessarily. :P
Oh, I just had an idea. Jolene’s line could be replaced with, “Thank goodness nobody had gone inside yet.” Less clunky, but still serves the purpose. Maybe I’ll change it.
I’d put something in the first panel. Say, replace Decky’s line with, “The staff’s just starting to show up…there’s the guy with the keys. Keep an eye out, guys.” Perhaps add a time clock in a corner to remind us it’s early morning.
But hey, don’t knock yourself out over it. Drop by Grrrl Power and see what happens when a writer feels the need to tell EVERY joke in EVERY situation whether it makes sense or not. (The otherwise-enjoyable weekly comic is three years old and hasn’t covered twelve hours “real time” yet. And those jokes? It’s in the middle of a U.S. military press conference in which the women are engaging in locker-room giggles about fellatio.)
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