Poll: Continue the Nuzlocke?Hey guys, it's been a long while. Sorry! I'm not dead!Poll: Continue the Nuzlocke? by ari1nly
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But uh, I'm not sure if the comic is. I don't know if anyone cares about it at this point, or would be upset if I cancelled it... I must seem like such a flake but life is very different for me now! Making comics takes up more time than I ever estimated! Besides, I'm considering doing a new non-Nuzlocke story that better agrees with my current writing style. (It feels weird trying to write the same way I did in high school!)
I'm still 50/50 on the matter, though. I have quite a bit of attachment to the Soul Silver Nuzlocke because it was my first comic ever... I had so much planned for the characters and am kinda reluctant to throw that all away. So if you guys want me to continue with the story, I will. If not, I'll release the page I've been sitting on, write another journal entry, and... well, I don't know what would come next. But we'll get there if/when we get there.
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Anime vs. Other Cartoon StylesHave you ever found yourself so swept up in something new, that you fail to recognize it's faults right away? I believe this is the case for many anime/manga fans.Anime vs. Other Cartoon Styles by PercyPo
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As time has been slipping by, I've noticed something about anime fans...90% or so repetitively beat up the same art style for their own characters; by same art style, I mean that classic, random, "filler" anime look.
It strikes me as a little odd...When you look at the most popular Japanese comics, notice the key spark: they are all drastically unique. The weird part is when people say, "I am going to create my own story!" Then they create cliche character styles revolving around random anime they see.
Personally, I can only name several Japanese shows and comics that REALLY stand out. The rest all look alike....TOO alike.
At first, when I discovered comics and etc. made in Japan, I thought, "heck, these are pretty cool!"
Everything was so new and different, that I thought they were the some of the