No intro, let's just check out the page.
This continues the long, long intro of the graphic novel, starting to get a little more dynamic in its frames. I really like the last panel, and the right top panel - I think the posing is pretty good and it communicates fairly effectively what is happening. The left side of the page is a little more muddled; my anatomy and perspective is pretty off. I've also noticed that I'm much more line-heavy compared to now. I guess since I'm mostly working with color, line takes less precedence that it did before.
Here's the accompanying text:
"But there were no superheroes, no villains. Guess we're a bit more mature than that. Like I said, at the beginning, if you were one of the lucky few, you just made money off of appearances and talk shows. There were a few bad eggs who used their powers "for evil,"the random superpower who decided to be a cop usually put a stop to that. There was undecipherable that random dumbass who overestimated his power and fatally realized that he's not impervious to bullets."
More cringe-worthy narration. Full of cliches, writing that just goes on (when on a comic book page, you need to be as succinct as possible) and doesn't say too much else. I like some of the ideas there, but the execution - poor.
Join me tomorrow when I'll have the last page of Graphic Novel related sketching.