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13th Oct 2016, 8:01 AM in The Passion Of Golgo Part One

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Wargyrl 12th Oct 2016, 10:31 PM edit delete
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Comments:

Nathan 13th Oct 2016, 11:46 AM edit delete reply
This is just getting stupid, so first she powers down to not scare the girl, then she powers back on and no one bats an eye. And she even spawns a spear.... And now she goes looking for another spear? Please Please Please, learn to write a story
ranger_brianna_new 13th Oct 2016, 6:14 PM edit delete reply
ranger_brianna_new
I recognize trolls for what they are and while I know not to feed them, it's kind-of tempting to give you a response of some kind anyway, just to see what (if anything) you'd do to try and further the troll.
Wargyrl 14th Oct 2016, 6:13 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
It sounds like we agree, Brianna. As you would expect, the Wargyrl team wants a dialogue with our readers. We want to encourage readers to let us know what they don't understand about our pages, and we want to encourage readers to tell us what they like and they don't like about 'Wargyrl'. However, dialogue should always be civilized and constructive. Under no circumstances are we going to 'fight fire with fire' and get in a shouting match with people who refuse to consider their words carefully. Thanks for your input!
Wargyrl 13th Oct 2016, 6:17 PM edit delete reply
Wargyrl

Nathan, the Wargyrl team put a good bit of work into this page to make it both attractive and easy to read. We believe the page is clear the way that it is. We recognize that you are confused, but right now you are reading the story one page at time, three pages a week. We believe that if you read the story again from the start to the present all at once, then the motives and the actions of the characters will be easier for you to understand.

What do the other readers think? Is this page hard to understand? If so, perhaps we will edit it; otherwise we are just going to leave this page the way it is right now. Thanks!

Ang. 13th Oct 2016, 6:29 PM edit delete reply
Ang.
Makes perfect sense to me!
Wargyrl 14th Oct 2016, 6:15 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
Thanks, Ang! Readers like you help us know what we are doing right and what we need to improve.
Peya Luna 13th Oct 2016, 11:43 PM edit delete reply
dude, if its so stupid, why are you still reading?


seriously, trolls....why can´s you idiots get a life?!
jamie59 13th Oct 2016, 5:51 PM edit delete reply
jamie59
LOL! Naked is intentional.
Wargyrl 14th Oct 2016, 6:21 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
Thanks, Jaime! It's always good to see your comments on the board!
ranger_brianna_new 13th Oct 2016, 6:14 PM edit delete reply
ranger_brianna_new
Pfft, clothing just gets in the way.
Peya Luna 13th Oct 2016, 11:41 PM edit delete reply
am i the only one laughing about shilo´s comment? as if she´d be worried about clothes right now - a madman is about to start one hell of a masacre at the place where her sister works!
moreover, the shadows in the caves hide a lot or at least make the 'your eyes were playing tricks on you' excuse somewhat believable....however, there might be some kind of ID among the clothes, meaning shilo will know how to find her and get answers!
Wargyrl 14th Oct 2016, 6:21 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
Thanks for taking the time to comment, Peya! We are always glad to see your input!
Iceburgh69 14th Oct 2016, 3:37 AM edit delete reply
My only suggestion would be to remove the thought bubble where she mentions powering up and getting her spear, since she has already done so.

And I will say that she's someone who understands just how much hell close combat pays to clothing. Nothing says "I need to burn these" quite like wearing bloodstained clothing after it's started drying and gets tacky. Besides, who says that they're even her clothes?

As far as the storyline, it brings to mind a combination of Golden-Age and Silver-Age comics, with the Tijuana Bible thrown in as well. In the Golden-Age, violence and death were hardly unknown. It was during this timeframe that the Joker was introduced, and he actually killed people, before the Comics Code Authority came into existence in 1954. Anyone who's curious can look these up on Wikipedia, and the YouTube channel Film Theory talks about the 3-Joker theory and how it relates to the live-action versions of the Joker thus far portrayed. Now, does that make Silver-Age comics (such as the Batman series with Adam West and Burt Ward came from) bad? Hardly. They're still fun and have their own cleverness to them.

Sorry this is a bit long-winded, but wrap this rant up, the storyline's fine and makes for some nice callbacks to the history of comics in general.
Wargyrl 14th Oct 2016, 6:18 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
IceBurgh says "My only suggestion would be to remove the thought bubble where she mentions powering up and getting her spear, since she has already done so."

The Wargyrl Team replies "We added that bubble in the second draft because we were hoping to make sure that every reader understood what was happening in the panel. Nonetheless, our minds our open to helpful advice. What do other readers think? Was this bubble nothing more than 'a bubble too many?'"

Either way, IceBurgh, thanks for taking the time to get back to us. We rely on our readers to let us know how well we are telling our story.
Iceburgh69 15th Oct 2016, 4:37 AM edit delete reply
I figure that if I'm going to give any kind of criticism/critique, it's best to be specific and useful. It also helps (a LOT) to point out what's being done right along with whatever suggestions to help improve things. The suggestion I gave can go either way honestly.

Maybe a comparison of the first two panels, one with and one without that second thought bubble? Just a thought.
Wargyrl 15th Oct 2016, 9:02 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
Thanks for taking the time to comment, IceBurgh!
Kiashi 14th Oct 2016, 5:52 PM edit delete reply
"I need to power up and get my spear" I read this as I'm doing what I'm saying I'm doing at the exact same time I'm doing it. Makes sense to me.
Wargyrl 15th Oct 2016, 9:01 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
That is how we meant it to be read, Kiashi. Thanks for your input.
Professor Fate 14th Oct 2016, 9:46 PM edit delete reply
Being an author myself, it amuses me to get feedback like "Why didn't that character do this or that or say this or that or that doesn't make any sense to do that," ad infinitum. I try to make things as clear as possible, but some folks still don't 'get it' and complain about it. When you put your work out there for the world to see and comment on, you're always going to get some flak and, as the old saying goes, if you're getting flak it means you're over the target.

I like the strip just fine and am looking forward to more action against the Germans.
Wargyrl 15th Oct 2016, 9:00 AM edit delete reply
Wargyrl
Your comments are thoughtful and to the point, as always, Professor Fate. Thanks for taking the time to write.

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