I saw the pilot but it didn’t really hold my interest
but you know sometimes I hold things to too high of a standard
like, if I’ve just been watching Clone Wars, I shouldn’t watch a Star Wars movie because even my favorites of those films don’t really hold up to Clone Wars
I will keep it in mind to give it a try, Anon. <3
Yeah Green Lantern starts rather badly. And frankly I wasn’t a big fan of the animation and while it never really gets as good as say Young Justice it actually becomes quite nice with time and has some cool characters
Does it not? I beg to differ. I’ve been a fan of YJ before GLTAS and I have a thing or two to say.
If you compare the episodes with the same airing time, then I think GLTAS starts “okay”, but then it keeps getting better every episode to the point of “super awesome”, while YJ starts “awesome” but gets… not as good as it used to be in the previous seasons (still good, but not awesome…personal opinion. not sure anyone will agree). The difference is probably the characters number. GLTAS sticks with a small cast of character that you know and love. While YJ tries to introduce more and more. There is upside and downside to this.So…to each their own. I love YJ’s first season to death. but as the shows progress, I love GLTAS more. Just my two cents. GLTAS keeps getting better.
Try Razer’s Edge. (3rd episode. The one next to the pilot) it you still don’t like it, then may be you wouldn’t like it at all. :) It’s an example of the mood of the whole show. How it plays with your emotion and gives you feels and all. This show is an emotional roller coaster so I wish you would give it another chance.
No doubt! I back what Sueanoi just said. When I first started GL:TAS, I actually watched Razer’s Edge before the pilot episode because it was the only one I could find on YouTube at the time. That’s what got me into the show!
Indigo was fun to draw cause it gave me a chance to design her in the animated style since she never shows up in the show and I love Saint Walker and Atrocitus in the show much better than in the comics.
We are always told to use body language in our writing. Sometimes, it’s easier said than written. I decided to create these cheat sheets to help you show a character’s state of mind. Obviously, a character may exhibit a number of these behaviours. For example, he may be shocked and angry, or shocked and happy. Use these combinations as needed.