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Figuring out how many Irregulars to add to my story

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angelic Empyress Jan 13. 2 Replies

I’ve been working on the characters for my series and have been trying to figure out how many characters with superpowers (Irregulars) to add. I know that I want Irregulars to be extremely rare, but…Continue

Some plot point help

Started this discussion. Last reply by Yoshi Rhul Jan 3. 2 Replies

ThanksI hope everyone had a happy new year and I wish everyone a happy 2018! (My year’s gotten off to a rocky start, but I’m praying it will get better). Anyway I’ve been coming up with unique power…Continue

Anime recommendations for a 9 and 12 year old

Started this discussion. Last reply by Kevin D. Lintz Dec 24, 2017. 1 Reply

My two cousins (ages 9 and 12) are starting to get into nerd culture and I’ve been looking for some good anime recommendations for them. They both like Star Wars and The Hunger Games. The older one…Continue

Trying to decide on a tone for my series

Started this discussion. Last reply by Angelic Empyress Dec 30, 2017. 4 Replies

Let me just say I never realized how much went into a comic book series (spoiler: there’s A LOT). Anyway, I’ve been trying to figure out if my series is going to be lighter in tone (like Manimal or…Continue

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Angelic Empyress replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Figuring out how many Irregulars to add to my story
"Just because you have a lot of characters with superpowers, it doesn't mean you have to showcase them all at the same time. Rarity is limited by how common something is witnessed by a group of people. So say there are 50 people with superpowers…"
Jan 13
Ron Brown replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Figuring out how many Irregulars to add to my story
"Hi. It sounds like you have it pretty well thought out. I especially like the powers as disabilities angle."
Jan 13
K.G. Adams posted a discussion

Figuring out how many Irregulars to add to my story

I’ve been working on the characters for my series and have been trying to figure out how many characters with superpowers (Irregulars) to add. I know that I want Irregulars to be extremely rare, but Brianna has some medical issues because of her shapeshifting powers, which could make her seeing a physician difficult. I originally came up with the idea for the doctors and therapists she sees to not have a speciality in working with Irregulars (since there isn’t such a thing) but are aware of…See More
Jan 9
K.G. Adams replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Some plot point help
"One power I forgot to mention in the discussion is Selective Extrasensory Hearing (SESH), which is essentially superhuman hearing, but the affected only hears select noises (such as small parts of a TV broadcast or conversation in another part of a…"
Jan 2
K.G. Adams posted a discussion

Some plot point help

ThanksI hope everyone had a happy new year and I wish everyone a happy 2018! (My year’s gotten off to a rocky start, but I’m praying it will get better). Anyway I’ve been coming up with unique power ideas for different characters. I couple of ideas I had were a character who can take over any person’s body for five minutes and a different character who can feel other people’s emotions. Any more ideas? I also came up with two different types of involuntary transformations. Type A is a direct…See More
Jan 2
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Anime recommendations for a 9 and 12 year old
"I don't know of that many off the top of my head, but check the site Common Sense Media. They do lots of reviews of shows."
Dec 24, 2017
K.G. Adams posted a discussion

Anime recommendations for a 9 and 12 year old

My two cousins (ages 9 and 12) are starting to get into nerd culture and I’ve been looking for some good anime recommendations for them. They both like Star Wars and The Hunger Games. The older one really likes fantasy stories (not sure which ones except for Descendants). The younger one likes Minecraft (though he wants to see the movie “The Matrix). Beyond that I’m not sure what they’d like. I know they’re allowed to watch some PG-13 rated movies, but I’m not sure which ones. What do you guys…See More
Dec 24, 2017
K.G. Adams replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"Sorry. Wrong discussion. Ugh."
Dec 20, 2017
K.G. Adams replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"I just don’t know what I would enjoy writing more."
Dec 20, 2017
Greg Granderson replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"Stan Lee once said in an interview that you should write stories for yourself...stories that interest you. Some people will like it, and some won't; but at least you know that there are people out there that like what you like. And as far as…"
Dec 20, 2017
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Trying to decide on a tone for my series
"You are correct, it is a lot of work! Congratulations for sticking with it and not giving up. I think the key is to find balance. Choose the main mood for your story (serious or lighthearted) and make the majority of the characters fit that mood.…"
Dec 20, 2017
K.G. Adams posted a discussion

Trying to decide on a tone for my series

Let me just say I never realized how much went into a comic book series (spoiler: there’s A LOT). Anyway, I’ve been trying to figure out if my series is going to be lighter in tone (like Manimal or the Ace Attorney games, my two initial inspirations) but with a darker side to it or more serious with some comedic elements (like NCIS, my favorite currently-running show on American television). Also, how do I keep my characters from all being the comic relief. I’ve noticed when writing with all of…See More
Dec 19, 2017
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"No need to worry about that. Some people will like it, some people won't. Don't try to write stories that are so watered down that they won't bother anyone. If you have a story to tell, tell it. If you have a message to give,…"
Dec 14, 2017
K.G. Adams replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"Honestly, I’m just afraid of other Christians’ reactions to my series. "
Dec 14, 2017
Kevin D. Lintz replied to K.G. Adams's discussion Need help with how powers are inherited in my series
"Honestly, I think that you are thinking too much about it. Genetic mutations can be inherited, or they can be random. They can express themselves or they can be dormant.  There is no need for you to track all of the genetic markings of your…"
Dec 14, 2017
K.G. Adams posted a discussion

Need help with how powers are inherited in my series

I’ve been brainstorming ideas for my series. One of the things I’m working on right now is how powers are inherited. Brianna inherited her powers from her father, but she has a brother who DOES NOT have the same father as her (I haven’t figured out whether he’s a step-sibling or a half-sibling) but does have the same powers. I originally planned for powers in the series to be caused by a random genetic mutation that, while not strictly hereditary, could be passed down to future generations, but…See More
Dec 14, 2017

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Indiana
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Female
Area(s) of Interest or Expertise:
I'm a newbie artist, so I won't have too much information on that, but I can pray for you if you need it. However, if you're looking for recommendations on good, appropriate manga (Japanese comics) to read, I may have some advice. I also do mixed media, so if you're interested in using collage for backgrounds, I may be able to help you, though I am just learning myself. I also love to hear prayer requests. I'm currently working on a sci-fi/mystery/romance comic with a manga-ish look, so any advice is greatly appreciated.
My Testimony: (We encourage members to share briefly about how their faith in Christ has impacted their lives.)
I was raised in a committed Christian family. I first began to get into anime at the end of eighth grade. Faith has been a slow process because of my Asperger's Syndrome (a form of Autism), but I'm getting there. I believe faith is a journey. From the time you first believe to the time you go to be with our Father in Heaven.
Dream Job: (If you could have your dream job in the comics industry, what would it be?)
I'd love to be a Christian manga artist.
Favorite Comic Creators:
Natsuki Takaya

CLAMP

Reiko Yoshida and Mia Ikumi

Various Webcomic creators

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I need Sunday School advice

Posted on August 16, 2017 at 8:45pm 2 Comments

I can't find a better place to post this, but I need advice pretty soon. I'm teaching Sunday School to a class of kids roughly 1st-6th grade age (I go to a very small church) This Sunday. The lesson is about sacrificial love, and I like to plan my own lessons. I've been reading about how we need to talk about the crucifixion and resurrection other times than just at Easter, and I thought this would be a good opportunity (the curriculum we're using has several Bible story suggestions for each… Continue

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At 8:07am on April 25, 2017, Keith Bradbury said…

Yes, we will be at PopCon. We have the Doctor Who booth. PopCon is usually a very fun convention; we like it.

At 10:08pm on April 24, 2017, James Stevenson said…

Thank You K.G.! Have a wonderful day and God bless!

At 3:39pm on March 12, 2017, Baden Thomas Hohapata said…

Thankyou! Im writing a childrens book(almost finished) and am seeking an illustrator as I have a publishing agreement with Lighthouse Publishing! 

ill post an advert in the next couple of days:)

God bless everyone and thankyou for the opportunity of being apart of this society!

B

At 5:39am on December 17, 2016, Quayla Cheers said…

Thank you, K.G! ^.^ God bless! :)

At 3:02pm on October 19, 2016, Matt Crotts said…

Thanks for the suggestion to post my Inktober sketches on Paigeeworld - I've gone ahead and unlocked and then done it :)

At 5:28pm on August 12, 2016, T.R. Racki said…

Thank you for the welcome message.

At 9:07pm on July 25, 2016, Monica Bruenjes said…

Thanks for checking out my work!

At 6:32am on June 27, 2016, Matt Crotts said…

Mine's advanceguard. looking forward to seeing what this is all about!

At 6:46pm on June 26, 2016, Matt Crotts said…

Hey! Thanks for checking in. I am planning on doing so tonight or tomorrow, as I've got a lot of free time this week. I want to get some of my drawings as well as the cover of the first issue of my comic that's coming out on Comixology tomorrow. I will connect with or friend you when i make an account (if you're able to do that?)

At 9:21am on June 13, 2016, Matt Crotts said…

Thanks for the added info on Paigeeworld. I think I will get on that site. Now that my comic is on a digital imprint, I can't post pages, but I'll at least post the covers for the issues that are coming out (which I'm excited about and think Paigeeworld folks who like Euromanga will appreciate)

 
 
 

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