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Twitch, Twitch - Part 5

18th Apr 2012, 1:23 PM in Twitch, Twitch
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Twitch, Twitch - Part 5
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KentuckyFriedPopcorn 18th Apr 2012, 1:23 PM edit delete
My little twin homages to Bill Watterson and Ray Bradbury. This is the first strip I've actually wished was in color, but I still have a lot of learning to do before I try to get that fancy.
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cthulhu_ate_your_mom 18th Apr 2012, 3:15 PM edit delete reply
This looks to be a fun little strip to follow!
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 18th Apr 2012, 3:24 PM edit delete reply
Thanks! That's the goal. If I can can manage it, I hope to capture a little of the feel of the old Alvin Fernald and Three Investigators books, with a heavy infusion of SF and horror and Chuck Jones-inspired humor.
Unka John 18th Apr 2012, 5:47 PM edit delete reply
Unka John
Nicely done! I'm subscribing.
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 18th Apr 2012, 7:21 PM edit delete reply
Thanks very much! As I just told someone else, I'm very happy to know I'm not the only Olde Dude on here - I was a bit concerned that a comic set in '77 would alienate the vast majority of net kids today.
Unka John 18th Apr 2012, 11:54 PM edit delete reply
Unka John
I knew you were an old dude when I saw the Bond and Frazetta references. Welcome.
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 19th Apr 2012, 11:44 AM edit delete reply
Thanks, John! I must say, ComicFury has been a lot more welcoming than my previous comic host site was. I think I'm going to really enjoy this place. As for Frazetta, seriously, how could I resist doing a version of Twitch as the Death Dealer? Though I more wonder how many people, if any, will recognize the Elric cover parody.
TheReview 19th Apr 2012, 10:42 AM edit delete reply
I may not be an "old dude," but I appreciate the different time period. Gives a nice change of pace from everything else on the net.
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 19th Apr 2012, 11:47 AM edit delete reply
@TheReview - Well, that is the hope. That it be interesting and enjoyable for all generations, that is, instead of exclusive, but it's hard to gauge because I don't know how many younger people are going to catch a "Sigmund the Sea Monster" reference. Mainly I'm just trying to write what I know, which is why a modern day gang was right out. Though I do have some vague intention of introducing a character known as "Futurekid" in the, well, future.
hankinstein 5th Jun 2012, 11:17 AM edit delete reply
Not only can you draw, you can write. Very well, I might add. And the last panel---pure gold!!
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 5th Jun 2012, 2:38 PM edit delete reply
Thanks! If I were to self-analyze, I'm probably a better writer than comic artist. It's hard sometimes trying to bend my output into presenting things visually rather than in walls of text, but I really want to keep KFP a *comic*, instead of a short story with occasional illustrations.
Blurlok 17th Aug 2012, 3:22 PM edit delete reply
Very funny - well written. A classic build up to the hilarity.
KentuckyFriedPopcorn 18th Aug 2012, 3:45 PM edit delete reply
Thanks very much! I'll probably do more of these "mini story"-style strips once I get the current "Twitch, Twitch" micro-saga wrapped up.