Sunday, August 17, 2008

Spiderman

9 comments:

Jeffrey Meyer said...

Awesome!

Paleo said...

while its interesting the jump the text narrative take in the last panel, overall, it doesn't work for me.

The graphics are freaking awesome, and i think by far your best use of color yet.

Paleo said...

Oh and also, your use of text as texture in the third panel, please keep experimenting with that, it looks great.

Aeron said...

I have no idea why and I'm sorry to not give a more critical comment, but these colors make me want to eat one of those red white and blue popsicle that look like a rocket, eh, whatever they're called. Always had em in the ice cream truck when I was a kid.

Jason Overby said...

I understand your critique of the narrative, but over the course of a few pages I think it might work itself out. I hope so. And, Aeron, that's the best analogy! It totally reminds me of the ice cream man now!

ULAND said...

Yeah, I agree with Paleo. I love the overall look and feel of it, and although I think the last panel is the best looking of all of them, it feels a little tacked-on.
Still, I'm really excited to see where you take this.
I posted a little about "absract comics"- nothing serious- on my blog and used this image. Hope that's okay.

ULAND said...

My avatar thingy look familiar, Jeffrey?

chris said...

oersonally, I love experimental comics. And yes, now I TOO am thinking of BOMB POPS thanks. My only complaint is the abrupt change in language to the last panel. I want to see this whole thing in context. I love what you are doing.
mostyn

Jason Overby said...

Thanks, fellas! Totally alright to post about this in your blog, Luke!