Issue 3 - Back Cover

23rd Dec 2016, 6:00 PM in Birthright - Part 3
Issue 3 - Back Cover
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Steven-Vincent 23rd Dec 2016, 6:00 PM edit delete
Steven-Vincent
A sneak peak at the story for issue 4, which will begin the first Friday of January. This will be more light-hearted than usual. It's a 1-issue story that fits in between the first arc (which this page concludes, as the back cover of the 3rd issue) and the 2nd arc (currently slated for issues 5-7), which begins in early July.

Next week I may post some other updates but the cover of issue 1 will wait until 2017 begins. Happy holidays one and all, and stay safe and warm.
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jamie59 23rd Dec 2016, 8:16 PM edit delete reply
jamie59
There's a line about not pulling on Superman's Cape. I'd think it'd apply to Abby too.
Steven-Vincent 23rd Dec 2016, 8:50 PM edit delete reply
Steven-Vincent
Well, we will find out in the coming months.
Brian 23rd Dec 2016, 9:25 PM edit delete reply
Showing your age there, Leroy Brown.
Comic Fan 24th Dec 2016, 10:47 PM edit delete reply
Merry Christmas to all!

I'm looking forward to a single-issue story.

Some stories need more road in order to be told well. But there are good things about good character driven single-issue stories, too!

For a while there, everything in the comic and television industries was a long story here or a mini-series there. Now some series are quite good.

But I very much enjoyed the big oversized DC graphic novels when they came out. Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman each had very compelling stories and I've kept those oversized books for a long time. There was another one-issue story (not a graphic novel) that was more about Clark Kent's novel by the same name, and not so much about Superman. Excellent; truly excellent.

And Bruce Wayne had one where he discovered the identity of the robber who killed his parents (no, in that story it was not the Joker) and had to decide how to handle this evil person.

Thank you, Steven. Your characters are likeable and inspiring, and that is more than half the battle!
Comic Fan 24th Dec 2016, 10:50 PM edit delete reply
Oops, the Clark Kent comic was entitled, "Under a Yellow Sun: A Clark Kent Novel". It was an adventure and had interesting characters who were not "supers", but were extraordinary in their own ways.
Steven-Vincent 24th Dec 2016, 10:54 PM edit delete reply
Steven-Vincent
Glad you like the characters. I've been having fun writing it. I think that has a lot to do with it too.
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