…and when I say “In cinemas soon”, I really mean, “In cinemas never”. But don’t lie, if this was showing, you would go and see it.
I hate scary movies. I flinch easily, and disturbing images stay with me for a long time. However, I absolutely love old B-grade horror films. When the special effects are as basic as cartoon explosions and men in monster suits, and the only thing more outrageous than the monster is the way they end up defeating the monster… that, ladies and gentlemen, is comedy gold.
I am trying to branch out with my artwork, having more complicated panel content while still keeping with the overall simple design. I hope its working. I’m quite pleased with that second panel.
Finally, the Facebook Page still exists, and soon there might even be some bonus content on there. Could be sketches, could be previews, could even be entirely new bonus comics. Only one way to know for sure, and that’s to be there.
Avatar was a visually stunning remake of Pocahontas. Stunning. I don’t think it was so amazing that I’d want to dress up like a na’vi and pretend I’m really there, but I guess that’s just me. I live with my shortcomings.
Be aware that every webcomic has to do a joke about Avatar at some point. Pretty sure that’s a law.