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uko smith
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Posted: 11 July 2019 at 7:41am | IP Logged | 1 post reply

One of the other things that I"m really enjoying about this project are your layout skills. Incredible
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Mark McKay
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JB, you've found Peter's face!

You mentioned while rolling out the first pages those many months ago, that you had "lost" his face. It's not looking that way to me!
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I like the weekday approach - very good idea. Because of
the serialized nature of this, I can't help but compare it
to a newspaper strip, but because we get a full comic book
page, it's like seeing a Sunday strip each day. And it
works like a charm!

It's a reinvention of the daily strip for the internet age.
This series is at its foundation a great just-for-fun fan
fic, but I like that it is also breaking new ground in how
we experience a story.




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Eric Sofer
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Posted: 11 July 2019 at 9:36am | IP Logged | 4 post reply

I am astonished how much story you can accomplish in one page. Today's, with Colossus, is magnificent. Steaming water... comparative heights for Logan and Kurt...a one sentence set up for everyone's location... gracious, it is SO obvious that you were made to write and draw comics... so much story, so clean artwork... it's a delight! Thank you for posting these!

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Doug Centers
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Nice!
Peter leaning into his run is perfect!
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Tony Moretti
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For what it's worth, I prefer the un-cropped art.
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Jonathan Watkins
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That last panel of the most recent page is maybe the best image of Peter I've seen. Perfect heroic gesture. This whole thing feels like I've been dropped back in time. So good.
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Peter Martin
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Cool perspective in that final panel today. Very dramatic.
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Bob Freeman
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Brilliant perspective in that lower panel with Storm fighting the Sentinel. Extra kudos for the ripped out knee in Kitty's jeans. Don't know what that jumps out, but it sure does.
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Eric Ladd
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Fights with Sentinels always give the opportunity to do some very inventive perspective camera angles. Love that up shot on page 8.
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David Schmidt
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I really love Nightcrawler's face expression!
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Matt Hawes
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The panel in the sub-basement room got me wondering... JB, have you made models for the mansion and its various rooms?
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