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Some superheroine webcomics

10 Jan 2019 20:51 #62573 by elnovo1234
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12 Jan 2019 09:41 - 12 Jan 2019 11:21 #62589 by Woodclaw
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Most of these I knew and I like, Ghost Kiss being the noticeable exception and it really looks fun.

I would like to ask you all a question: what do you think about Strong Female Protagonist? I've read a lot of it and it really didn't click. The general feeling I got was that it looked like a comic written by someone trying way too hard to adhere to the Anita Sarkeesian's crittiques to female characters.

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12 Jan 2019 10:50 #62591 by Markiehoe
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I am trying really hard not to be negative this year.
I liked Salvadora and Miss Melee.
I read a few pages of each and liked what I saw.
The others not so much.

Just because it is a weekly webcomic does not give you the right to "world build" and waste time.
Get right into the action.
You basically have one page to tell a story and hook me to come back next week.
Characters wandering around apartments and grumbling does not hook me.

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