Crumplepoint

Crumplepoint

Propaganda masquerading as friendly writing advice once more.

A non-spoiler review of the upcoming indie comic by Inzane. Check em out here: https://t.co/54vcibykWl?amp=1

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Praise for Unbreakable: a film that came out 15 yrs too early.

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How do you get from a fun idea scribbled down, to a finished comic book page?
I share my experience of primarily not knowing WTF to do.
Please leave your questions or own experiences in the comments.

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The stories of the heroic individual are being undermined by shoddy writing and a lack of understanding- then being turned into bloated ensemble sitcoms.

Buseik and Cebulski emerge from their sea of soy and cheese to tokenise, insult minorities and then run away.
Bullying fail because they picked uncle spike.
https://youtu.be/BvaQXqxpUqM

Sorry for quality of screen grabs, got the format wrong.

They’ve lost a potential customer, not out of protest, but because I can’t trust them.

Some thoughts on the nature of comics as a comodity.

Thank you as always to my patrons Filly, Rik and Norrin.

This was done before I saw the INFINITELY better Young Justice 3 trailer.

Balancing genuine historical diversity against ideological bullying to rewrite history.

Thanks so much to my Patrons: Rik, Filly and Norrin as always.

Some thoughts in reply to Dave Stewart’s video on the superhero phenomenon.

...I may have been too harsh on the manga.

Talking some archetypal background on the First Flame legend from Dark Souls 1.

Some thoughts on how heroes’ and villains definitions of truth (along the lines of Peterson) are what set them apart and give the superhero the ability to win and stay relatively sane.

Continuing my narrative driven journey through DEx:HR, messing around with the format a bit at the suggestion of some viewers.
Next one might not be as long, we will see. I do plan to continue this ‘symbolism’ series in other ways and subjects too so stay tuned.

I nip through a few sections of Human Revolution and examine the symbolism: everywhere from Antifa to man in gods image.

My exceedingly opinionated self has a ramble about this brain worm.

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Some thoughts on mine in defence of Man of Steel; in favour of Luke Skywalker and Captain America; and in condemnation of The Last Jedi.
All in reference to the insightful video by Professor Geek. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=koRDkbklPVQ

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Some process stuff and discussion of design elements, realism, line weights and more.

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Are comics pure art or pure industry or something in between? If the latter, where do they fall in a historical context?

How the modern comic, movie and creative industries rely on and misunderstand the concept of “long tail marketing” as described by David V Stewart.
https://youtu.be/G39eYThzLKU

Talking about some problems I’ve identified with a lot of the writing I’m coming across just now, which IMO relates to the “show, don’t tell” rule.

What did we learn? What did Batman and Joker learn? Where are things now?

Moral relativists dismantle the idea of the hero- in the superhero genre... *genius* .
(Really sorry, I did not keep a note of the artist's name for that FF picture.)
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Some thoughts on why fans of comics, comic art and any kind of culture have to push back against the anti culture movement; with loose historical examples.

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