Beeskee wrote:"Heheh. Dude, we're, like, in the army now."
"Yeah, let's kill them with fire! FIRE!"
splintermute wrote:No one in particular wrote:I think it's the nostrils. It looks like someone farted, and everyone is trying to figure out what the smell is.
The stabber leaning in towards Parson's bracer arm in the first panel is clearly the one who dealt it.
m4onixtj wrote:I'm a little torn. On the one hand, I really do like the new format. The voice actor is excellent as well as the addition of the artwork in conjunction with the story.
On the other hand, I'll be a little sad not to see the "comic strip" format at all, if it goes away. I understand the reasoning for it, and definitely look forward to more frequent updates.
I guess I just like to eat my cake, and then eat some more cake.
GWvsJohn wrote:Isn't this (and the next few) like the summer updates 2009, short stories between books?
GWvsJohn wrote:Why are people acting like the normal strip might go away?
So...Finally! Here's the experiment I have been planning for a year. The Book 2 epilogues will consist of about 25 updates, each with a short page of text and two full-color illustrations by David Hahn. Accompanying each update is a video of 2-to-2 1/2 minutes in length, which we're calling an "illustrated audiobook," for want of a snappier term.
0beron wrote:Well, that's assuming she is indeed stuck there. There are two ways she could still get out:
- Portal only disbands incoming traffic
- Decryption renders the unit unrecognizable by the Portal, meaning they don't disband in either direction.
He talked on the facebook page (or maybe it was google) about maybe making this the book 3 format months (years?) ago when Xin first started having her update problems.GWvsJohn wrote:Why are people acting like the normal strip might go away? Isn't this (and the next few) like the summer updates 2009, short stories between books?
That's disturbing. I hope we get a confirmation that there is no longer a possibility of that happening. The new drawing style seems slightly rough, but I'm sure that will disappear once we have the natural continuity and flow that comes with panels in a comic page. As a series of isolated scenes there is far more potential for people to find faults, but being immersed in the drawings will give people a better understanding of what to expect from the style.Shai_hulud wrote:He talked on the facebook page (or maybe it was google) about maybe making this the book 3 format months (years?) ago when Xin first started having her update problems.
the_tick_rules wrote:This is a very unique page wasn't it?