This turned out better then I thought it would. Granted that isn’t saying all that much as many of the framing devices used in comics are still unfamiliar to me and if this were a novel I could easily list off each of the various types of narrative and their practical uses and applications, so balancing the need to establish a feel for the world, a sense of the weight and scope of the story, all while maintaining the gravity of the various situations and scenarios that come into play through the use of both symbolic and representational imagery means that when you don’t have a name or a reputation to back up the appeal of a given work, invoke the rule of cool whenever possible and go for sheer style if not the more traditional main characters in a relaxed setting that serves as the cover of almost every chapter page ever. Though in this case I haven’t ‘technically’ introduced any of the main cast yet so there is that.

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