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12 days ago, 1:04 AM #1
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I love the painted look to the artwork! Really nice!

On the latest Steamroller Man page, Steamroller Man and Night Knight are trying to think their way out of a dire situation...
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13 days ago, 5:16 PM #2
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8th Sep 2022, 5:17 PM #3
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72. Steamroller Man
Oh my gosh he’s got a steamroller head all the time. Even when he’s incognito. The glasses his EYES good lord man. When I saw the cover I wondered, how is he going to help anyone with a steamroller head. I found out the answer is he's really bad at helping people but who cares it’s funny. Jokes per minute (jpm) is out of control in this comic. Great expressions and poses to boot. Bravo steamroller man keep on rollin


Wow, thanks so much! I'm really glad you liked it!
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24th Aug 2022, 1:22 AM #4
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If you're still doing this I'd love to hear how far you get through Steamroller Man in five minutes, and what your impressions are!
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12th Jul 2022, 3:01 PM #5
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12th Jul 2022, 3:00 PM #6
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Interesting page layout on that second page!

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I tried a different style of layout on the new page of Steamroller Man.


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1st Jul 2022, 12:57 AM #7
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I read all the material that's posted on Webtoon for both comics. To be completely honest, if the similarities had not been pointed out by the OP ahead of time, I would not have noticed them. In my opinion there are more differences than there are similarities. I think the most you could say is that one may have influenced the other. That's not illegal, though - it happens all the time, especially in genre fiction. To prove plagiarism or copyright infringement, I think you have to demonstrate pretty clear and blatant examples of outright copying, as in word-for-word passages of text or artwork that is directly lifted, copied or traced.
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24th Jun 2022, 10:59 PM #8
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[quote=Aneeway

Keep an eye out for decisions like Griswold v. Connecticut (which legalized contraception), Obergfell v. Hodges (which legalized same-sex marriage), Lawrence v. Texas (which struck down sodomy laws), and Loving v. Virginia (which legalized interracial marriage). Conservatives are out for blood and any fundamental rights not explicit by the constitution are basically negotiable at this point.[/quote]

I doubt we'll see Thomas even mention the Loving case, since he himself is in an interracial marriage. But yeah, all the others...
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22nd Jun 2022, 9:46 PM #9
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I think my comic's style has changed quite dramatically since I started. In the very beginning, I was drawing it on paper and scanning it in. After about the tenth page, I started to teach myself how to use Clip Studio Paint by using it to draw the comic. So that was the biggest shift, I think. Other changes have been more gradual, due to (a)learning how to do more and more things in CSP, and (b)just maintaining the discipline of drawing the comic for an hour or so every morning really helped me level up, artistically (in my opinion).
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19th Jun 2022, 6:58 PM #10
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I'M ALL CAPS ALL THE WAY BABY!!! But that's because my comic is a deliberately riffing on retro-style superhero comics, and part of that aesthetic is the all-caps lettering. I don't agree that "it looks like everyone's shouting" but it does give that sense of a heightened version of reality, that you usually want in a superhero comic. I definitely prefer all-caps in my general comic reading, as well. I think it reads better and just says "comics" more, to me, than lower case.

In any case, I think your lettering choice needs to be a conscious one, because every font, whether upper or lower case, gives a different aesthetic feel. Kudos to everybody on here already using Blambot fonts for their comics, they're the best!
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19th Jun 2022, 6:04 PM #11
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19th Jun 2022, 6:01 PM #12
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That was very meta, but also funny! (At first I clicked on the "help me hatch eggs" link and was very confused...)

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Anyway, in the latest Steamroller Man page, our heroes hit rock bottom!

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7th Jun 2022, 8:46 PM #13
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WOOOWWWWW! The new archive looks GREAT!! I LOVE IT SO MUCH!! Thanks for this, Kyo!! Really, really awesome!
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12th May 2022, 2:45 PM #14
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Nice pacing on this page, I thought the final panel worked really well. Also I really like the watercolor look!

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I am trying to get back to working on my comic regularly with this new Steamroller Man page!
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12th May 2022, 2:41 PM #15
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Result in thread: I draw a car fo your oc
1st May 2022, 2:08 AM #16
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Stilldown:And number one, for Steamroller Man. The most fitting car I could think off is the 1963 Chrysler Ghia Turbine Car. We might argue if it is a commercial car, but at least 55 were produced, so there's a seial production, and most have been on the road for about three years, so they are not prototypes, but really usable cars. (Sadly most have been destroyed later for some idiotic reason.)

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I love it! This is a great match for Steamroller Man, in that it's a pretty unique shape, and is kind of a one-off model - just like him! It also has that 60s feel, which makes it pretty much a perfect match! If Steamroller Man ever has cause to use a vehicle, this will be it!!
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29th Apr 2022, 5:50 PM #17
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The Matt Fraction/David Aja run of the Marvel comic Hawkeye had some really interesting examples of sign language translated into the language of comics. Particularly worth checking out is issue #19 of that run. Here's a blog post I found about it.
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Result in thread: I draw a car fo your oc
29th Apr 2022, 5:29 PM #18
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Oh YES PLEASE!!!

I would love to see what a Steamrollermobile would look like!! Since my comic is influenced by the 60s Batman TV show and 70s Marvel comics, I would imagine some American-made car from that era would fit. And since he has a huge head, it would have to be a convertible, I think.

Steamroller Man is a superhero who has the best of intentions, but his hubris combined with his somewhat low IQ usually causes him to do more harm than good.

I'd love to see what you come up with!
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22nd Apr 2022, 8:53 PM #19
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Hello there, and welcome!
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21st Apr 2022, 5:24 PM #20
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I would love you to read it, so please do! Don't tell me what you think!
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