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If you're just now joining this group, you can start here. Just introduce yourself and tell us some comics/comic type things you're into. Like a meet and greet of sorts. So go ahead!
Hello Everyone, I'm Kasandra. Im new to this Forum stuff. I'm mostly a DC fan, however I'm starting to drift to the Marvel side of things. I Just started Cosplaying. It's a lot of fun. I Game on all 3 consoles that I have, what's new with everyone?
@Skulldugger: Excellent idea.
@Kasandra: I second the welcome and thank you for joining us. I can't recall us having had a cosplayer in the group so that's cool. I'm currently, and very slowly I might add, writing my own comic series and trying to incorporate semi monthly visits to the lcs (local comic store/shop) into my schedule.
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Vocatus atque non vocatus deus aderit.
What's new with me is that I just got out of school, so I'm hoping to start writing again and dig up some of my old comic projects. And practicing my drawing more.
@Queso: Thanks :)
@Skulldugger: Welcome to summer. It's always good to get back into old projects and see how your perspective on them has changed.
That's awesome Queso6p4. What's it about?
Heya Kasandra! Missed the string of welcomes earlier, but wanted to add mine to it. Welcome! :)
Thank you :-)
@Kasandra Miranda: Sorry about the much delayed response. Ideally, the answer should be a succinct, easily accessible one, but I always seem to have trouble giving a brief answer. :-) It's about my main character named Isaac, who, after years of living a relatively low-key life, is suddenly tempted to be pulled back into his old ways when he crosses paths with the relative of an old friend.
My goal is for the limited series to be mostly character focus and thusly really emphasize interpersonal relationships and dynamics and how the story progression affects them. Thank you for asking about it and for putting up with my wordy "explanation." :-)