Comic 130 - Shining Blue Light, Page 34

4th Jul 2012, 12:00 AM in Shining Blue Light
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Adam C. 4th Jul 2012, 12:00 AM edit delete reply
Adam C.
Again, one thing I like about these fight sequences are figuring out what everyone's doing in all of them. Problem was that Jake didn't get much action in this one. But then again, he's the mentor of sorts, so giving them advice like this is sorta fun enough on its own.

I was kinda wondering if they fight was too sudden, but I guess things escalated in a reasonable way given Aurora's panicky state of mind. I very much see the kids as never shooting first, so kinda nervous about that sort of thing.

I kinda like Andy's point there. If I were a hero and a villain cried to get away, I'd be annoyed at someone taking advantage of my good nature. Like how the hero always has to rescue the villain when he's about to be killed by his own sinister plot- they're obligated to. I'm not saying it's a bad thing- I like heroes with moral centers and the like, it's just I'd feel exploited if I kept having to do it.
Martin F. 4th Jul 2012, 2:50 AM edit delete reply
Martin F.
Not a whole lot to say on this one offhand. Good getting back to full-color, if a little soon, but outside of that not a whole lot really comes to mind to say on this one.

Not a whole lot of time left in this chapter, though, as people can probably tell. Hope those dealing with power outages (such as myself, if not for staying elsewhere), hope that clears up soon, and for those in the US, happy fourth! Celebrate with some Blues, and there's a bit of red and white in there too.