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PostPosted: Thu Apr 10, 2014 6:20 pm 
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In support of M|113, I must point out that you have sold more than Vncent van Gogh did, in life, so you are up on at least one artistic genius. :D


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A question for E. How do you chose the names of normal people like Stevensons? I understand the puns but other names have menaings?

There is no special formula... Whatever comes to mind when I'm writing the plot.

I clearly remember where I got "Stevenson" from. When I was writing BG1, an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer was on TV. It was the name of the dorm she was staying: Stevenson Hall. I thought it was common enough and took it.

Buffy! The Erin Summers character in SF2, does she get her surname from Buffy Summers?

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A question for E. How do you chose the names of normal people like Stevensons? I understand the puns but other names have menaings?

There is no special formula... Whatever comes to mind when I'm writing the plot.

I clearly remember where I got "Stevenson" from. When I was writing BG1, an episode of Buffy the Vampire Slayer was on TV. It was the name of the dorm she was staying: Stevenson Hall. I thought it was common enough and took it.

Buffy! The Erin Summers character in SF2, does she get her surname from Buffy Summers?

I forgot Buffy's surname was Summers. And no, that particular Summers came from X-men (Cyke, Havok, Cable, etc). chose the name because I plan to introduce other members of the family in future comics, Marvel style...


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I plan to introduce other members of the family in future comics, Marvel style...


Marvel Style?

Please open help file... :oops:

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m113 wrote:
Erenisch wrote:
I plan to introduce other members of the family in future comics, Marvel style...


Marvel Style?

Please open help file... :oops:

I'm not a big fan of superheroes (neither do I particularly dislike them), but I believe this was a reference to how Marvel (the comic producer) first established characters [superheroes/brands] in there own series comics (like Batman, Superman, Spiderman (although I don't believe those three was part of the Marvel imperium (but I don't know which were...so for this argument of mixing it up I chose three well known heroes))), then started to mix them by adding cameos in each others comics (like if Spiderman would appear alongside Batman, in a Superman comic). Thus your fav hero surfaced in more or less all of Marvel's comics. If you were a fan and wanted to reed everything about your fav hero, you needed to buy them all. (They are now doing the same thing with the movies. The story arch for a specific superhero will span over several films.)

I guess E is saying that he will introduce characters in various one-offs or series that will reappear in other series or one-offs. Like Mags and Peter in the Bottom.

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I plan to introduce other members of the family in future comics, Marvel style...


Marvel Style?

Please open help file... :oops:

I'm not a big fan of superheroes (neither do I particularly dislike them), but I believe this was a reference to how Marvel (the comic producer) first established characters [superheroes/brands] in there own series comics (like Batman, Superman, Spiderman (although I don't believe those three was part of the Marvel imperium (but I don't know which were...so for this argument of mixing it up I chose three well known heroes))), then started to mix them by adding cameos in each others comics (like if Spiderman would appear alongside Batman, in a Superman comic). Thus your fav hero surfaced in more or less all of Marvel's comics. If you were a fan and wanted to reed everything about your fav hero, you needed to buy them all. (They are now doing the same thing with the movies. The story arch for a specific superhero will span over several films.)

I guess E is saying that he will introduce characters in various one-offs or series that will reappear in other series or one-offs. Like Mags and Peter in the Bottom.



Ok Thanks for that! It makes sense now!

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Perhaps the phrase Marvel-style is misleading. I was referring to the everexpanding Summers family in the Marvel Universe, just a silly "homage" to it.


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Perhaps the phrase Marvel-style is misleading. I was referring to the everexpanding Summers family in the Marvel Universe, just a silly "homage" to it.


My experiance with MArvel & DC is very limited to the point of non-existance outside Holywood.

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Marvel is the ace of cross promotion. They often bring on new characters as minor players in well-established comics with large audiences. Works very well for them.

And I don't agree that the only good artist is a dead one. While death can be an effective if drastic career move (the author of Leaving Las Vegas couldn't get arrested, as the saying goes, until his premature death made his story more "poignant."

However, Picasso was still painting along at 90 and it didn't seem to hurt the market for his work.

And two ears are really better than one, although I'll come back with a funny story about self-mutilation as a marketing strategy on my next visit. It's funny, rally.


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And two ears are really better than one, although I'll come back with a funny story about self-mutilation as a marketing strategy on my next visit. It's funny, rally.


We await your memoris...

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:lol: never heard that one before

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From Repurosed: If you guys missed it, "bollera" means dyke in Spanish slang. So Ms. Bollera's sexual preference was too obvious from the start for Spanish speakers :D


Also it says chi-chis on Gwen's shirt. That means "boobs"


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Thon wrote:
I'm not a big fan of superheroes (neither do I particularly dislike them), but I believe this was a reference to how Marvel (the comic producer) first established characters [superheroes/brands] in there own series comics (like Batman, Superman, Spiderman (although I don't believe those three was part of the Marvel imperium (but I don't know which were...so for this argument of mixing it up I chose three well known heroes))), then started to mix them by adding cameos in each others comics (like if Spiderman would appear alongside Batman, in a Superman comic). Thus your fav hero surfaced in more or less all of Marvel's comics. If you were a fan and wanted to reed everything about your fav hero, you needed to buy them all. (They are now doing the same thing with the movies. The story arch for a specific superhero will span over several films.)



I hate when comics or movies mix their characters. Their worlds are set up in specific ways and if you start adding new characters that come from different stories then it messes up the balance (for example, why couldn't Superman just fly over and grab the Joker if he is in the same universe as Batman?). If you want to do an Avengers story, fine, but start the story with them all in the same universe so that it is consistent all the way through. For example, I love the X-men, but it would make absolutely no sense to have Iron Man in the same society. He doesn't fit into the human vs Brotherhood vs X-Men social set up at all. (And yes, I already know that they are going to put Quicksilver in Avengers 2 even though the world has nothing in common with the X-Men universe. This is the problem I was talking about.)


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From Repurosed: If you guys missed it, "bollera" means dyke in Spanish slang. So Ms. Bollera's sexual preference was too obvious from the start for Spanish speakers :D


Also it says chi-chis on Gwen's shirt. That means "boobs"

Yeah I know, I didn't disguise these well.

But I did a good job with one of the shirts, nobody got that one yet. ;)


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But I did a good job with one of the shirts, nobody got that one yet. ;)

Curious of which one you refer to. The rest of the shirts/tops are pretty straight forward to me, so I guess I missed something then. :oops:

Here's the ones I refer to, and my take on them;

The "DimeKleidung" bandeau top worn by Terry
Dime = 10-cent (US coin), little value; can also be used as "a 10" when describing a person (=hot, beautiful)
Kleidung = clothes in german
So, either cheap clothes or clothes for hotties, works either way to me. Could be intentionally ambiguous...

The "Kumlow & Inqant" t-shirt worn by Sherry
Looks like some band or stage duo merchandise t-shirt.
I simply read that out loud; cum low and in cunt
Could also be cum love and in quantities

The "Ripe" t-shirt worn by Maggie
Ripe means ready to pick (fully grown, mature, overdue) but also sounds a bit like r@pe (depending on the speakers origin).

The "CumSow" t-shirt worn by Heather
Cum is cum, Sow is female pig...

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The "DimeKleidung" bandeau top worn by Terry


It is actually DirneKleidung which is 'Whore Clothing'

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The "DimeKleidung" bandeau top worn by Terry

It is actually DirneKleidung which is 'Whore Clothing'

That was actually my first take on it when I saw it the first time, because it made sens (in this E world), but when I read on, and re-read the comic before making that post, I changed my view to that must be 'm' and not 'r' and 'n'. I actually zoomed in as good as this pad thingy would allow, but the Dof pdf's leave a bit wanting when it comes to graphic quality (which is a bit strange considering the limited market they work in). Maybe we can get a hq-pic from the man himself of this top to relief us of this unbearably uncertainty?

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Thon wrote:
The "Kumlow & Inqant" t-shirt worn by Sherry
Looks like some band or stage duo merchandise t-shirt.
I simply read that out loud; cum low and in cunt
Could also be cum love and in quantities
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oh oh, kumlow & inqant - cumloving cunt!

The answer was just in front of you. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:


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