LNH: Beige Midnight #1: Imperium Hex Part I: 'The Bigger They Are...' (1/3)
martinphipps2 at yahoo.com
Tue Mar 3 18:03:16 PST 2009
On Mar 3, 9:58 am, Andrew Perron <pwer... at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, 3 Mar 2009 01:48:04 +0000 (UTC), Lalo Martins
> <lalo.mart... at gmail.com> wrote:
> >Ooh, nifty. So we *do* have readers in *some* universe.
> Hey! I'm gonna read it... eventually... >>;
I've finished reading Parts 1 to III of Part IV (if that makes any
sense) and I plan to read Part IV maybe this weekend.
Lalo, I'll probably get back to reading 58.5 starting with issue #47:
I just feel lost right now because there are so many characters and I
have no idea what's going on and what they are talking about. It's
funny: I like to establish a scene with a minimum of words but if you
don't have any exposition at all and just have characters talking then
it will seem to the reader as though they just walked in on somebody's
conversation and they aren't meant to be there.
Andrew, you might also want to look at an issue of Superfreaks: it ran
for three "seasons" and can now, I suppose, go into syndication
(Yay! :]). Any issue will do because the stories are largely self
contained, although occasionally I will have a case unresolved in one
issue and then have the case returned to an issue or so later, just
like on an actual forensics/detective drama. I also have plotlines
that go from issue to issue: everything was resolved, I think, in
Mading Mysteries #4 so the series is finished. Done. Over. I'm
actually really proud of it: don't believe anyone who says I just put
it out there because I was bored.
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