Magniloquence the Superheroine
Frequently Asked Questions
1. What is Magniloquence the Superheroine?
Magniloquence the Superheroine is a webcomic of lighthearted and funny vignettes showing the “sturm and drang” of superheroic life and romance for our heroine and her super-friends: Ampére, Kinematic Man, and Six Shooter.Top
Rating: T - Teens and up -- for things you would normally see in the afternoon soaps and BBC sit-coms, including comic book action and soapsuds violence, church services and socials, romantic situations such as kissing and cuddling, bedroom activities featuring hair combs and nightgowns and couples under the covers in bed, and last but not least honkeytonk dancing and drinking.Top
Magniloquence the Superheroine is the protagonist. Her super-friends are: Ampére, Kinematic Man, and Six Shooter. Each of the 4 main characters has information posted on the New Reader Page .
As the story develops we will post more information on villaines and villains.Top
The Webcomic is updated once per week on Mondays.Top
We read comments from the emails when received, and we include as many as possible. The Webcomic is updated once per week and the comments should show up on the next update. See Comments Section for additional notes.Top
Wonder Falls is an amalgam of several little Texas towns in North and West Texas near my home, plus my own recollections of summers visiting my Grandparents who lived on a farm near Shannon City, Iowa. See Artist Blog for more details.Top
The Last button takes you to the last comic in the 140 page comic, not the newest comic. The answer is due to basic laziness of the Codemonkeys. Since the webpages are all static, not dynamic, there is no dynamic reference to the latest update. That means that each and every page would have to be changed every time we update. When we find the "change all" button in Dreamweaver that changes all reference links in one shot, we will update the last button to function as it does on dynamic comic sites.Top
During Christmas celebrations in Comic 305, we learn that Priscilla loves Howdy Puppy. Howdy Puppy is the Texas version of Sanrio's Hello Kitty. Priscilla collects these cuddly creatures in all of its many forms. As of this moment, she has a cuddly Howdy Puppy, several pieces of Howdy Puppy clothing, a Howdy Puppy teapot, a Howdy Puppy microwave, and a Howdy Puppy blanket. Since she collects them, there will be more in the future. You can see the Howdy Puppy here.Top
Yes, in multiple ways.
A. As noted in the bottom comments on every page: "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."
B. In Priscilla's Pearls of Common Courtesy we use 5 main sources for questions: Miss Manners, Emily Post, Dear Abby, and Caroline Hax, which we have read daily for decades. The fifth source is from old double entendre jokes from early 1900's Vaudeville. Where answers have been adapted from published media rather than common or uncommon knowledge, they are cited on the page.
C. In drawings, we use photos we have taken of Texas small towns, rose and cactus gardens, and people [primarily my wife, my daughters, and myself - especially for hands and hair]. When Parody is intended, we also use characters from comics and and movies. See Dates from Heck Vol 1 No 3 for multiple comic mashups.Top
© 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.