SW10/WWW: Powernaut 1985 #17: Dad!!

Drew Perron pwerdna at gmail.com
Mon Apr 4 00:46:21 PDT 2016

On 3/31/2016 10:40 PM, Scott Eiler wrote:
> On 2016-03-31 17:03, Drew Perron wrote:
>> On 3/10/2016 8:56 PM, Scott Eiler wrote:
>>> Why yes, we do find out which two Powernauts are related.  But aside from
>>> that...  1985 now has a cool current Powernaut, an old one, an even
>>>older one, a woman one, and it might be about to get one from entirely out
 >>> of left field.  Is that what U.S. Presidential elections might be like, 30
 >>> years from 1985?
>> I. I don't.
> oh well, probably a bad joke anyway.

No, no, my nonplussed reaction was also a joke. XD

>> THIS IS ALSO ADORABLE. I see you're drawing from the cuteness of '80s
>> indie comics, too.
>> Drew "PowerNautQuest" Perron
> heh, did you ever read "Trollords"?  I've been re-reading Teenage Mutant Ninja
> Turtles, and thinking of what 1980s series is most unique behind that.  They're
> trolls, they fight Death, *and* they're cute!

Fascinating. XD I have not.

> I did not intend any part of Powernaut Comics (other than the Happy Bears) to be
> "cute".  But I will seldom deny where the story wants to go.  I guess the main
> differences between the Crisis on Infinite Earths and the Crisis of Multiple
> Powernauts are, (1) I felt free to have more Powernauts than DC had Flashes or
> Superpeople, (2) I made them and their relationships central to the story, and
> (3) my artwork is cuter than George Perez's.  8{D>

All quite true. <3

Drew "Perez's art is many good things, but not often cute" Perron

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