It certainly was a pleasant surprise but it was also an example of why comics should be an act of love whether straight or gay. The short version of the narrative is this: a group of young super-powered folk the Young Protectors are more-or-less heroes in training with some restrictions placed upon them. The art is reminiscent of big western comic companies, but still seems to be lacking something. In the publishing world, that which can be predicted is coveted the most. I started as a reader and later on I became a full-fledged writer and artist. La edición del cómic se ve preciosa, y me divertí mucho con las tarjetas y todo lo demás.
Porque de eso se trata Kickstarter: tomar una idea, un concepto, una propuesta, y convertirla en algo real, palpable, material en el verdadero sentido de la palabra. Despite my reservations regarding the main pairing, I will probably continue reading this comic online. Edit: So it turns out Young Pr This was a fun, well-drawn comic that I could see myself liking a lot more if not for the fact that the main romance is between a 17-year-old and a 58-year-old, which is just not my thing. This was a fun, fast read. Despite my reservations regarding the main pairing, I will probably continue reading this comic online.
La previsibilidad es la meta, y las dos grandes editoriales saben que si producen cierto tipo de materiales, entonces serán capaces de medir sus ventas con precisión y eficacia. In order to finance the first trade paperback of The Young Protectors, the creators asked for 14,000 dollars. Sé que no fue fácil y sin duda no fue rápido. A multi-chapter superhero story that starts with some provocative romance but the stakes ultimately turn out to be much, much higher. Not only is the art incredible, beautiful and evocative, but the words are just as much. Well, what does that say about the insane gauntlet Young Protectors threw down in Kickstarter.
It makes me think of Young Avengers and Queer as Folk in some ways. Inspired by the sci-fi thrillers he loved as a kid, he teamed up with illustrator Winona Nelson to create the science-fiction graphic novel, Artifice. I highly recommend this comic. I'm a little ambivalent towards the side characters. Overall, this was an excellent read. The pacing feels a little slow at the beginning, but by the time I got to Duncan's betrayal, there was no way I could put it down.
The culmination of heroics, because in case you missed the blurb this is a superhero society world, and coming of age are wonderfully handled and you need to be paying attention to the details the artists are putting in because just like in a face-to-face interaction, body language and gestures are 70% of the conversation. The artwork is phenomenal and the story is sensitive and exciting all at the same time. The cast of characters is large and we barely get a taste of each of them. The characters are likable and I like the beginning of Kyle and Duncan's relationship so far. I adore superheroes and liked this so much. I'm a little ambivalent towards the side characters. Alex Woolfson grew up loving science-fiction and action movies, but never got to see what he really wanted to see--kick-ass genre stories with real heroes who just happened to like other guys.
I very much like that the team is multiracial and led by a sensibly dressed woman, and I liked how they all worked together in their first plan to stop the two villains. Throughout his career, he's had the opportunity to draw lots of stories starring his childhood heroes like Super-Man, Spider-Man, The Legion of Super-Heroes and The Teen Titans. What else could you possibly want? You all know how I feel about gay superheroes, and having read and loved , I was on board with the Young Protectors from the first panel posted online. He's thrilled to have been a part of launching The Young Protectors and to currently be keeping busy drawing their ongoing webcomic adventures. Y ahora que este cómic ya está disponible, deberían buscarlo y leerlo.
Kyle--a closeted, teen superhero who can control fire--has finally summoned up the courage to enter a local gay bar. Edit: So it turns out Young Protectors Vol. They also sell fun trading cards. The pacing is solid, the storytelling works, and my only wish is that there was more than there currently is. Think Akteonas stumbling upon the legendary Artermis as she took time to bathe in a body of water one evening, minus the divine wrath and the brief terror before being eaten by your own hunting dogs. It has the old skool feeling. Maybe it's not going through traditional channels, but Woolfson is doing something right.
In addition to writing and publishing comics, Alex enjoys eating other people's cooking, talking to strangers in the far parts of the world and spending weeks at a time on silent meditation retreat. The line between good guy and bad guy are both dangerous boundaries but also blurred lines on the playing field, bad guys are capable of kindness and heroes capable of great evil. My husband reads comics all the time and he's got me into them too so I couldn't resist buying this. I'm a huge superhero fan, so when someone recommended this to me recently, I had to delve in heart first. Para algunos, esta página de crowdfunding es el futuro de la industria del cómic, y para otros es simplemente una fuente inagotable de material nuevo y emocionante, a la espera de ser materializado. But I can't wait to get a fysical copy. Heck yes -Diversity: Characters from a range of cultural backgrounds -The artwork is very stunning What ruined it for me is the ridiculous age gap.