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Yeah, that was my mistake. Most chicagoans don't usually refer to him as that.
It's definitely a re watch, it's a classic. Also thanks for the backstory on it. I actually never knew that.
I was wondering that if ur dropping the angel rings idea, if I could have it?
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@CA: Sorry, but I am actually heavily invested in that one, I feel like it has a lot of potential. I've been working on it a lot, I just have not been posting it on here.
If I do drop it later on though, you can have it.
It's no problem. I just thought you might be giving up on it and I see alot of potential in it as well so I just didn't want the idea to die.
Trying to find a good place to write/draw, any ideas?
My "Angel Rings" project shall now be called "Hood", and the kids name is Jason Matthews. But I have a big problem, I don't know whether I should base it on Bible Mythology or Greek Mythology. With Greek Mythology, I already have Story Arcs set up and Character Concepts. The first story arc would be called "Two Worlds", it would last maybe 3-6 issues and it would be just establishing Jason as a character, so you would get a sense of who he actually is and then, at the same time, it would also be telling the story of Zeus' life, him being raised, defeating his father, and rescueing his siblings.
So help me,
GREEK MYTHOLOGY OR BIBLE MYTHOLOGY?
Please answer this.
Greek. I like them more with Percy Jackson and Wonder Woman doing versions of them.
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Thank you for responding! I think I might. But if anyone else thinks otherwise, please say so.
I would agree with mr exclusive on this.
It seems like you're getting more creative ideas with it and it offers alot of material to work with. But also I was wondering if I can use the biblical one then?
@CA: Actually, I'm sorry, but I'm going to go back to using the Bible Mythology, it just goes more with what I'm aiming at, and makes more sense.
I had an idea for an ongoing DC series which would feature alternate reality stories like what if Batman became the succesor of Ra's al Ghul or what if Joker was the good guy and Batman was the badguy or what if Krypton never blew up. Just something where I could write wild, unbound, crazy stories of alternate realities, then I realized that is basically GM's Multiversity.
plus anything written in or before the 50's
"If you really loved me you'd all kill yourselves right now" -Spider Jerusalem
Aha, guess theres nothing that hasn't been done.
New Idea! it kinda came to mind when thinking about the DC alternate dimensions idea. Called HOPPER Someone who can warp reality just by saying what he wanted to change about it. it's not a superhero comic either, something where I can do that wild fantasy thing I was talking about.
Still forming the details, but let me know if this has been done please.
I'm having trouble with making my ideas different from eachother, "Owl" and "Hood" that is. I am drawn to the idea of a small murderous child for each of the main characters for whatever reason (I know, there's something wrong with me).