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Comic profile: Running Riot
Running Riot
A webcomic about Superheroes
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Content flags: Violent ContentStrong LanguageNudity
Comic language: English
Genre: Science-fiction
Activity status: Active
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Last update: Today, 7:00 AM
Number of comics: 386
Number of subscribers: 15
Visitors: 24649 visitors (174432 pages viewed)
Rating: 5 (6 votes)

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The overworked Hero Union struggles to defend the city of New Seattle from threats both large and small. Riot is the newest hero on the block, but is he really cut out for this business?

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RunningRiot
4 days ago
I was just testing to see if the three circles method works with other dinosaurs. It seems to.

I love turning up unexpected data. Allosaurus had a surprisingly weak bite but very powerful neck muscles and enough flexibility that it could touch its chin to its chest, something a lot of dinosaurs couldn't do. It's always been a favorite of mine.

I'm not sure the neck spines are accurate but the brow horns are!

Carnotaurus is just plain fun. It's the dinosaur version of the Cheetah. It's built to run very fast in straight lines but not so great at sharp corners.
Left on Intermission: Allosaurus
RunningRiot
One week ago
I'm hoping this will be resolved by the time you read this, but the latest WACOM driver update broke my tablet. Whenever I open up SAI or another art program the tablet forgets which monitor I've set it to, rendering it nearly impossible to actually ink my pages.

I've tried everything I can think of (which was mostly uninstalling the wacom driver software entirely and reinstalling it) but it did not help.

If worse comes to worst I'll do the next chapter entirely in pencils, I'm just hoping it'll be fixed quickly and I'll be back in business.

Dinosaurs are fascinating, and I've committed many of the errors I've put on this page. Juvenile T-Rex was probably feathered but adults almost certainly weren't (big animals tend to have difficulty venting heat, they don't need extra insulation); but if Jurassic Park can take artistic liberties for the sake of consistency so can I.

If you want to learn fun things about dinosaurs, I'd suggest checking out Your Dinosaurs Are Wrong on Youtube. Steven mostly critiques dinosaur toys, but he really knows his stuff and the production quality is first rate.
Left on Intermission: Better Rexes
RunningRiot
11 days ago
And that's the end of Chapter 11. There'll be about a week of intermissions while I finalize my plans for Chapter 12, then we'll roll right into the next chapter.
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RunningRiot
27th Jun 2018
Gotta ask those important questions.
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RunningRiot
24th Jun 2018
Say it with me now:

"Some days you just can't get rid of a bomb."
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