SW10/WWW/HCC: Powernaut 1912 #1: Being the Adventures of Paul Poderr in the Ways of Power!
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Sun Feb 16 04:03:56 PST 2014
On Sat, 15 Feb 2014 20:05:17 +0000 (UTC), Scott Eiler wrote:
> As promised, the Powernaut is going where Powernauts have never gone
> before. As often happens, he's going in a totally different direction
> than people might expect.
Innnnnnnnteresting. And cute.
> When I started the story, I was expecting one more month of free time
> and figured I'd never get a better chance to tell this story. So I
> started drawing 1912, which requires double-sized strips. Then the free
> time disappeared. Oh well. I shall have to continue, only at a normal
> pace. That leads me to one strip every two weeks. I'm going to
> officially start the series next week. But you're all members of the
> Power Patrol, so you get to see the whole thing a week early! (Just in
> time to meet the challenge deadline.)
Works for me! <3
> The more I learned about 1912, the more feasible the idea became. Comic
> strips not only existed then, they were in their Golden Age. 1912 was
> notable for one comic strip everyone may recognize: "Little Nemo in
> Slumberland". The strips were about double the size as the present day,
> and more verbose. The art was as detailed as any time ever since. I've
> tried to reflect that in Powernaut 1912. I've "outsourced" some of the
> forest scenes, but I think that fits the spirit of the times also.
I see. So does this count as an actual publication in whatever world the
Powernaut is published in?
> In a very real sense, this series drives home what the Powernaut is. He
> may appear anywhere. He is a hero. And, power will figure into the story
Very interesting. <3
Andrew "NO .SIG MAN" "Juan" Perron, za powaa
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