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Sorry to sound like a broken record, but here we go again. Four pages into this and all we get is one panel. Come on, this could easily have been a dramatic SPLASH PANEL, with three smaller panels beneath it and moved the plot along. Honestly, were I glancing at this in a comic shop, I'd have put it back on the shelf and walked away. Where's the story? Four pages and all I've seen is man in pain, a city street and now a monster. Sorry, this is really dragging things out way too much.
Ill be a broken record too and say I see your point:) And I'll just warn you, there'll be more opportunity for you to say that in the coming days, too, Ron....were this reimagined as a comic today, I would have made different choices....then I was trying to be...different:)
If it is any consolation, there are plenty of comics on the shelves that are paced at this speed or even slower. Since this is a ten-year-old project, it is a fun look back in time and could serve as the springboard for new stuff, which is what I gathered was the intent from the first post.Some of these pages could be cropped and pieces used as illustrations interspersed through out a prose revision...