Magniloquence the Superheroine Vol 1 No 3 pp57-84

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Magniloquence goes out with Invisible Boy and decides she needs someone older, softer, and more romantic.This Date from Heck is not just about dating younger men, but also about those boys of all ages who refuse to grow up. -- Robert Stradley, the Weekend Artist.

A tip of the hat to LMS who suggested Maggie's line: "I simply cannot see this happening" in reference to an invisible character. Also, until this panel was written, I didn't realize that Magniloquence had super breath. Now I know. -- Robert Stradley, the Weekend Artist.

"Wait a minute. This is the second time that you said the character has taken control. You are the Author, for peet's sake. What are you babbling about? How can a character take control from the Author? DA. 03Aug15

I don't know how often it occurs, but I have heard several authors discussing this. It happens more often when stories aren't pre-scripted, i.e. when they are written more organically, on-the-fly if you will. Rita Rainville has a delightful description of it in her book GENTILE PERSUASION where the author Opal attempts to kill off a main character in a murder mystery. He keeps avoiding the murder attempts and Opal is extremely frustrated. In comics, Faith Erin Hicks has a panel in her book The Adventures of SuperheroGirl that just smacks of this condition. You can see it here. -- Robert

"What is the logo on Invisible Boy's hoodie?" LMS 04Aug15

OSFA, short for the One Size Fits All School with all 12 grades in one building, an interesting variation on the one room schoolhouse so prevalent in rural Texas before the great amalgamation occurred. In Wonder Falls, there weren't enough towns nearby to to justify co-joining schools. Here is a detail. I haven't developed the school yet, but I have several ideas in mind for when the script needs it. --Robert

 
 
 
 
 
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© 2013-2019. Magniloquence TM the Superheroine is written and illustrated by Robert Stradley, Characters and elements of Magniloquence are TM and © 2013-2019 Robert Stradley. All rights reserved. Graphic novels are published by Twisted Tail Productions PO box 9778 Wichita Falls, Texas, USA 76308. All names, characters, places, and events are fictitious and are meant to be treated as such. Any resemblance to actual persons past, present, or future is entirely coincidental. Any tongue-in-cheek reference to existing comics is purely intentional and readers are encouraged to ferret them out. If you cannot find any, you need to read more comics. If you can read this, you probably don't need new glasses.