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18th Aug 2017, 6:40 PM #1
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Greetings new potential friend! And welcome back!
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16th Aug 2017, 6:02 AM #2
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It's huge, so I'll just link to it, but here's one I made from a particular panel of my comic.
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16th Aug 2017, 5:19 AM #3
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In general, I consider Crossover Exchanges to be non-canonical.

That being said, I always run a thought experiment to consider if something could be canon, especially if it comes from a comic that is more-or-less in-universe (there are a few).

It would have to be something that works very closely to what is already in the works to ever reference an Exchange piece in-comic.

(One fun thing I have found myself doing at times is to create a "side canon" that incorporates all of the exchanges.)

(Also, on a tangential but related note, there have been a few fanarts that might be canonical.)
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16th Aug 2017, 4:14 AM #4
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I really like your art, especially all the glowy bits. That was really cool. :)

I did have a little bit of an issue with the layout. It was kind of distracting, and the speech balloons were a little hard to follow in order.

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In Autumn Bay, the team wraps up their visit to the old Mason House, and we wrap up Part Three of Season Two.
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15th Aug 2017, 10:47 PM #5
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Here is a panel from an upcoming page that also serves as an all-in-one picture of the Children of Gaea coven from Autumn Bay. I am thinking about making this a wallpaper.

Image: http://autumnbay.webcomic.ws/files/children_of_gaea_00001_600.jpg
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15th Aug 2017, 7:11 AM #6
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I love the red lightning, and the implications thereof. Also, the lighting is very cool. :)

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In Autumn Bay, we find out what Chaos wanted from Jester...
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13th Aug 2017, 5:38 AM #7
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I knew I was forgetting someone...

Along similar lines, Benedict Cumberbatch made a good Dr. Stephen Strange (who is American).
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13th Aug 2017, 4:19 AM #8
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I saw a discussion a few years ago that basically presented the question: why do Americans have to pick Australians to be our most rugged characters (Russell Crowe is a good example).

Also, along Tibbittz's point, we now have a British guy playing the all-American teenager (Tom Holland as Peter Parker).

I wish there was a (non-stereotypical or offensive) shorthand to mark a British character as opposed to an American character. It would really have helped when we introduced our British spy character, Kadira Morningstar, or our British businessman, Edward Chapel (or when we reintroduce his brother, Andrew).
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13th Aug 2017, 12:26 AM #9
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I'm glad I did this. This is the best PRITN art I've ever done (and broke a personal curse of sorts).

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Nothing creative, just straight-up. :)
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12th Aug 2017, 10:49 PM #10
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I absolutely ADORE that composition! Awesome page!

Seriously, without even knowing anything about it, that carries a lot of weight.

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In Autumn Bay, we finally get out of the flashback and into some gang politics...
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11th Aug 2017, 5:03 AM #11
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So here's the first one under mine...

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It works 'cuz I'm such an edgelord... :P
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Darkwes:In the latest page of Densetsu... the real MVP of the webcomic introduces helfself.


Oh, neat! I really like the interplay between the characters.

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9th Aug 2017, 4:34 AM #13
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TFW you need to put an entire coven in one panel...

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Why do I do these things to myself?
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7th Aug 2017, 2:57 AM #15
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I'd love to hear what you have to say about Autumn Bay! :)
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6th Aug 2017, 4:16 AM #16
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Here's Vincent!

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5th Aug 2017, 11:45 PM #17
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Another piece I needed for something in Autumn Bay that is also a nice character art...

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This time, it's Emily Donovan. :)
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5th Aug 2017, 6:18 PM #18
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Stilldown:First contact in TOBT today.


Your use of red along with the black and white is still masterful. Those giftmurkels are wonderfully mysterious! :)

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In Autumn Bay, Loki's flashback continues.
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5th Aug 2017, 3:47 AM #19
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Hey, everyone! I just wanted to say how awesome you all are for drawing Marie-Ange!

Now to get to work on Vincent... :)
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4th Aug 2017, 5:48 AM #20
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After lurking in here for a while, I think I can finally articulate my particular thoughts (hopefully not derailing here).

Part of the issue we are running into, and part of what seems to be at the root of the toxic fandoms, is the inherent flaw in the medium of superhero comics as emobodied by the Big Two (and others, to a lesser degree).

What inherent flaw? Superhero comics attempt to serve too many masters. On the one hand, by their very nature, they are beholden to the status quo. They are hidebound. Part of this flaw arises from the popularity of the characters, many of which were created in a time when "white male" was the absolute standard. (Yes, I am aware of the existence of female characters and heroes of color, but they were, for a long time, the vast minority.)

On the other hand, the companies want to do something new, something that hasn't been done a thousand times. They want to drive interest. And this is where it gets tricky.

It's a near impossible balancing act. They seem to want to be inclusive, since the comic-reading demographics have expanded. At th same time, it's really hard to launch a new character when a large portion of the readership is only interested in Batman, Superman, Spiderman, the X-Men, etc.

So, in a (probably) misguided effort, they break out the legacy concept, and hand the mantle over to a character of a different demographic. This often doesn't work out for them, which only reinforces the status quo.

It's a vicious circle.

And then, to exacerbate the situation, we have never-ending event comics, which curtail the amount of development that can be given to any given character or story not involved in the events. This, I think, is the crux of the writing problem.

Add to this the very nature of vocal fandoms, some of which can get downright nasty, and the increasing price of printing, and it seems that there is no winning strategy...

...barring some seriously drastic measures, but that's a different discussion.
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