http://skybard.insanejournal.com/ ([identity profile] skybard.insanejournal.com) wrote in [community profile] scans_daily2009-05-04 08:21 pm

Some Animal Man.

Two pages from when Animal Man met his maker, but first, an unrelated panel from the same trade:



The whole scene made me love the Crime Syndicate of America, but this panel in particular.

Recap: Animal Man has met his maker, who took him out and pitched him against some bad guys...so that he could run through his credits. Animal Man gets his arse kicked.





I love this whole trade. It really makes you think. :) (Apart from the Red Bee bit, which just made me feel sad. ._.)

So, what would you do if you found out your life was a comic, scansdaily?

[identity profile] aaron_bourque.insanejournal.com 2009-05-05 01:30 am (UTC)(link)
Talk to me after you've had a good argument with someone you've written.

Aaron "The Mad Whitaker" Bourque

[identity profile] besamim.insanejournal.com 2009-05-05 01:41 am (UTC)(link)
With all due respect, I'll pass. If I were to start arguing with an aspect of my own mind, I might lose said mind. If you can pull it off, more power to you. I'm less confident in my own ability to deliberately fragment my personality and put it back together again. :-)

[identity profile] psychop_rex.insanejournal.com 2009-05-05 02:01 am (UTC)(link)
Once, as part of a writing exercise, I wrote out an interview with one of the characters in a novel that I was writing. Oddly enough, even though I was writing it, I wound up kind of losing control of the situation; the character ended up berating me for not fleshing him out more, and asked me a number of uncomfortable personal questions, neither of which were things I had had the slightest intention of having him say. You can call it logical progression or the subconscious taking over if you want, but it was pretty damn eerie at the time, I can tell you.