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  • Wesley: ATF (Issue #13)

    http://ryalltime.blogspot.com/2008/0...fter-fall.html

    actually, just a new cover and some franchising humor from chris ryall (and the kind i can emotionally take without an anxiety attack (with massive wesley woobie-ing) unlike a certain spillyria cover). ah, if only.

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    i wouldn't say no to such a franchise!!!

    beautiful, superb, fabulous wesley likeness and cover! he looks so young and handsomely dapper. and love the "wolfram & hart" version of the golden ticket, the locked door, the hourglasses and skulls.

    one of the best covers along with runge's connor/angel one! he definitely has the ability to capture amazing likenesses in some of these images.
    Last edited by NileQT87; 20-06-08, 02:07 AM.

    "If there is no great glorious end to all this, if nothing we do matters, then all that matters is what we do."
    "Nothing in the world is the way it ought to be. It's harsh and cruel. But that's why there's us. Champions."

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    Oh wonderful! I really like that a great deal!

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    • #3
      runge might not be the most consistent (yet), but at his best, he really is one of the best. brian lynch said over at slayalive that runge even wanted to go and redo some of the art for issue #9, but there wasn't time... and that issue #10 and #11 are much better.

      as for the difference between urru and runge... i'd say that runge focuses more on the characters and urru focuses a bit more on the creatures and backgrounds. i'm more of a character person, so i think i like runge more. urru is more consistent, but runge is, imo, better with likenesses when he gets it right.

      "If there is no great glorious end to all this, if nothing we do matters, then all that matters is what we do."
      "Nothing in the world is the way it ought to be. It's harsh and cruel. But that's why there's us. Champions."

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      • #4
        Oeh I like the cover, it's not the best ... but a very good one. Poor Wesley ... still in this stupid situation.

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        • #5
          I really cannot contain my excitement for the coming issues. Runge really captures the show in my opinon and brings a deliciously new flavor to the meal (my I'm terrible with metaphors). Anyhow, I REALLY enjoyed issue 9 and there were only a couple of instances in which I thought the art wasn't GREAT. But that's just the thing, for most of the issue....it WAS great. As for the story, it's so good to get back to the main vein, but it all seems to be going a bit too fast now. If only they made the comics longer. But alas, this is what happens when you change mediums. No bother; I'm still loving it! And the last few pages with Illyria and Wes in issue 9 are so beautifully drawn and written. Brian, if you're reading this....THANK YOU! You totally redeemed yourself. Or rather, I had too little faith. I just wish a couple of things with First Night had been different. But hey, everyone has their own creative approach. And his is definitely working so far. Only thing I missed in issue 9? Where'd the old man go? I thought I saw a blurry shadowy figure still in the background at some point chillin' with Gunn and the rest of the vamps still, but I wasn't sure it was the old man because he wasn't detailed like before when Urru was doing the art. Perhaps I was wrong about the 'old man' all along. Perhaps he was just some random thing that Urru put in there much like the Jay and Silent Bob demons in issue 5 page 2 chillin' outside of Lorne's cafe. ::Shrugs:: Kind of weird that the old man appeared in two issues though. Oh well. Au Revoir for now!
          -BIA
          Brothers in Arms

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