Monthly Archives: March 2012
Well, everyone (that even reads this blog) it’s time for a change. And by change I mean improvement, and by that I mean… ahem. Anyways, I’m a setting up a new weekly section called JDT: Cartoon Enthusiast.
Basically here is where I will do one of two things. Some weeks I will post my feelings about an cartoon on any media that I know of, similar to a critique I will recommend certain things about something or say what me and other fans of a particular series says needs improvement. The other thing is post fan art of the cartoons I can draw because hey, it’s fun for me.
And I’d be happy if those reading this, (I know you’re out there) would leave a comment related to said post. I don’t care if you’re just glancing, hate every that comes out of my keyboard, or just using my blog for your PowerPoint project about crazy bloggers on the internet. Just know if you want to add to the conversation, say I’m a lying idiot or report the desperate measures bloggers take to get hits due to blah, the comments section is write there for you. Okay that what I wanted to say!
Also I’ll be posting updates to my web comic(s) too. That’s all folks!
As a novice comic writer, I’m aware of the many extraordinary abilities known as superpowers. Known thanks to mainstream comic companies like DC or Marvel, many powers can be named by even those who never even read an issue. We have the basics of “Super” Strength/Speed, just enhancements of what we could but at a super level. Then we had we creative powers like flying, control over elements, and even ridiculous one-shot powers from the worlds of video games and movies. But when you’re making up characters(like me), whether they’re heroes , villains, or civilians you want to know what kinds of abilities are out there so you can know how to be more creative.
Then I found the superpower wiki
If you want to make a superpower story and want to learn the applications of a power, or even find out what powers a character you know has so you can tell it to your friends then this will definitely help. While it’s true some of the newer, or obscure pages may require work, the main pages are constantly looked at and linked to others. I’st definitely a handy resource for my work and glad to have signed up to be a recent contributor.