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Learning To Listen To My Gut – The Climb #139

Friday 9th May 2017 Some days are just unproductive, even though want of trying. Today’s plan was to get the ball scene done.  In many ways it’s a simple change.  Currently hero stumbles across information at the ball.  Instead, he has to go seek it out. It should be a simple change but it’s going [...]

2017-06-10T13:16:14+00:00 June 10th, 2017|Comics, Process, Reading, The Climb, Toys, Writing|0 Comments

Larry Hama Interview From 1998

I’ve written about my love for Larry Hama’s GI Joe comic series before (see HERE). As far as I’m concerned, Larry is one of the most influential writers to inspire me. Through his comic series, I learned how character drives plot, motivation and the power of great words. GI Joe is not what springs to [...]

2016-10-17T17:14:10+00:00 October 9th, 2011|Comics, Toys|1 Comment

Cardboard Villains

Over at Sam Sykes’s blog today he talks about the new NBC superhero show, The Cape. I’ve not seen it but by all accounts, it’s bad. Sam spends a lot of time outlining what he sees wrong with the series, focusing on the cardboard villain. He goes into some detail why he thinks this is [...]

2016-10-17T17:14:17+00:00 January 11th, 2011|Writing|1 Comment