Wednesday, October 04, 2006

The Last-Minuters - page 14

... Because YOU demanded it!

9 Comments:

Blogger J. R. Pickthall said...

Excellent, its probaby the first time the idea of 'superheroes' as a commodity has really shown through. The "we have two heroes and a villain" is great, it really shows that both the good guys and bad guys are the two sides of the same coin. Also the fact they can merchendise them too. I can almost imagine both heroes and villains 'clocking in' in the morning and taking up their 'roles' -

I think its easy to be blase about the art now, but the compostions, the perspectives and values are spot on and the acting is great. Great work mate.

10:22 PM  
Blogger SRH said...

This really is a great concept. Like JR pointed out the best line is "we have two heroes and a villain"

I love the panel set up as well. great story telling.

gorgeous stuff

7:04 AM  
Blogger Alina Chau said...

cooool page!

11:41 PM  
Blogger Miss McC said...

That first panel is so strong, D. The shadowy perspective looks ace. Also very excited about the 'two heroes and a villain' idea. Can't wait to meet the villain...

3:40 AM  
Blogger Dan McDaid said...

Thanks a lot guys. I'm glad that line is exciting so much speculation!

...and it's *three* heroes and a villain :)

5:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HI, D!
I LOVE the layout of this with the one big panel on the left and the others on the right, with so much going on in them. It gives the whole page a real energy and dynamism.
Great office Alison`s been given! That poster on the wall will be the first thing Alison will get rid of!
The look on Alison`s face at the end, in the small frame, is priceless. That - and Sandy`s comment - says it all. She has her work cut out for her. Just love the gentle, humorous undertones in this one. Can I please get a job there, too? Even if it`s just making the tea?
Cracking stuff, Dan! BJ

3:36 AM  
Anonymous el culebra solitario said...

Love it, love the small details like the dartboard behind the door. Keep it up!

11:36 AM  
Anonymous el culebra solitario said...

A nice touch might have been an old fashioned typewriter on the desk :)

4:18 AM  
Blogger Dan McDaid said...

That's very true - I wish I'd thought of that! She *does* have a crappy old computer though - and a crappy old phone, as you'll shortly see. Thanks for checking out my work!

6:24 AM  

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