"Blue Yonder Chapter 1: Page 14"
A Webcomic by Diego, Richard and Luke
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llperks, 01 Jun 2011 08:46 am

Edge of Yonder So, Jared is a little on the edgy side. He's got a lot on his mind, his family is gone. His sister has been kidnapped. He's in a completely new environment. And he's still a teenager! Lots of angst and adjustement needs to be made.

That's what good writing looks like people. The acknowledgement of a characters need to grow. You don't see that very often and most webcomics start with a perfect character and quickly burn out because there is no story with that character. Where can you go when you're perfect.

Others use a different tactic to mask inexperience in writing by just making the character terminally moody or mopey. It makes a character unlikable and when your character is unlikable, no one will want to read it. Let me calm your fears people, Jared does grow in the coming pages and he does become something greater than he is now. This is his "coming of age story".

The best parts are yet to come of course. But I'm curious what everyone thinks. In my mind there are two kinds of web comic readers. Ones who like action or those who like reading. To acheive a balance of both is ultimately the goal. But I ask you, dear reader... what do you prefer?

RDPulfer, 08 Jun 2011 08:37 am

Page 15 Forthcoming The new page will be up a little bit late today. Check back around noon!

CityBreak, 03 Jun 2011 02:42 pm

this website needs a little button for Smack Jeeves users so they can fav it

TheStranger, 03 Jun 2011 05:53 pm

Just started reading and I love the comic. Already faved. Keep up the good work.

Guest, 06 Jun 2011 09:48 am

Good comic does not need to bash others to get readers.
I guess I'll just skip the creator's comment next time.