by InvaderPet on 6/21/2012 @ 9:05am
I can see the headline now: "Parents Sue School For Bringing Super Heroine in Latex Suit to Assembly".
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 9:06am
|So...After four years, American Woman finally starts her second day on the job...AND she's legally parked this time!|
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 9:17am
|That's a bit clunky for a headline, but I could actually see the TNT leading with a story like this...And it's not latex...It's Enlightener™.|
by cisserosmiley on 6/21/2012 @ 9:23am
|Is that car electric?|
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 9:32am
|Bio-Diesel...50MPG, and faaaaaast!|
by NineInchNachos on 6/21/2012 @ 9:36am
|wait a minute.... invisible cellphone ? From the corporation that brought you the invisible wonder jet ?
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 9:38am
|Her earrings communicate with HQ, yes. And that jet is not invisible, it's just Enlightened™. And how the hell did you find out about the jet? That was sooooo classified!
by NineInchNachos on 6/21/2012 @ 9:44am
by NineInchNachos on 6/21/2012 @ 11:17am
|is it a body spray? a deodorant style roller? a cream? a paste? an atom-thin fantastic four fabric? |
I like the idea of getting dressed via stencil
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 11:31am
|I believe there is a scene in issue 6 (or maybe 7? Anyway, in the future...) that will explain the suit's application/dis-application/etc process, but suffice it to say her outfit is very comfortable. Perhaps we can do a side-bar comic "How American Woman dresses for success!", that will follow "American Woman's hair secrets!" and "Star explains How to drive off-road and look Amazing!"|
If any of you want to indenture yourselves as unpaid interns, we'll get to that part of the story even faster! Or figure out how to cash-in to do the strip full-time and we'll hire people as barely paid-interns!
by NineInchNachos on 6/21/2012 @ 11:35am
by NineInchNachos on 6/21/2012 @ 11:35am
|can you get pulled over for talking into your earring while driving?
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 11:56am
|No, not guest strips (are you kidding? with our high editorial standards?!? Even most of my work isn't fit to print in this book, hopefully), |
No, I need old-school "bullpen" folks, or rookies who want to learn "how-to-draw comics the slow, deliberate, MotherFather way".
Pencilers, Inkers, scanners, kid-sitters, colorists, meal-makers, house-cleaners, yard-maintainers, Adobe-ers, etc...All working in a friendly, super-charged, party-like atmosphere in my sweatshop in the basement, me cracking the whip and making sure the it all fits together nice-nice, not unlike a comic-book Chihuly!...You know, very rewarding work!
by L.S.Erhardt on 6/21/2012 @ 6:49pm
|So apparently AW works for the City of Seattle?|
It's a logical conclusion since that phone voice seems to be coming from the uppermost floors of the Seattle City Hall...
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 7:04pm
|That skyline does look like our northern neighbor, but Subpopulis exists in it's own Universe...One not unlike our own, but separate.|
You sir are as keen as anyone around, I'll give you that. You are clearly Enlightened™!
by L.S.Erhardt on 6/21/2012 @ 7:05pm
|Hey, so why doesn't AW show up on the Feed main page or in the "recent chatter" area?|
(speaking of being keen, right?)
by L.S.Erhardt on 6/21/2012 @ 7:12pm
|I'm interested in what ways the AW universe differs from our own.
by CaptainBritton on 6/21/2012 @ 7:47pm
|For one, this Universe has a Big Foot that talks, drives a getaway van, and is a baseball fan...(There is a new comic being launched very soon that will explore the Universe more intimately. Check the comics pages and stay tuned!)|
Kevin assured me he'd work on the feed issue...Until then enjoy your own private viewing...:)
by NineInchNachos on 6/21/2012 @ 8:16pm
|Work your magic Kevin! (see my fb post)
by The Jinxmedic on 6/22/2012 @ 9:37am
|There's nothing wrong with rotoscoping.|
by CaptainBritton on 6/22/2012 @ 12:43pm
|The figures are never rotoscoped. There are other instances I follow Wally Wood's advice. "Never draw what you can trace, never trace what you can cut out."|