In celebration of the comic's third anniversary, I'm posting three extra pages. :D Thank you all so much for reading and commenting— I just love the process of coming up with the story, developing characters, and drawing the pages, but seeing your comments makes it that much better. I really love knowing that you're enjoying reading Second Generation, and you've given me some very helpful insight regarding how I can do better.
And of course, now I just realized that the movement lines on the knife probably should've been spinning, not straight. I guess I'll put that on the list of things to change when I go back through and fix up pages in a few months. Anyways, now you people know what Ciudan goblins look like. They're fun little critters to draw.
Unfortunately for me, Thanksgiving break ends tomorrow. I have, however, managed to get quite a few more movies watched. :) Let's see... the first X-Men movie and X-Men: Last Stand were ok, I guess, but Wolverine was nowhere near as awesome as he is in the comics; the Incredible Hulk wasn't too bad, if predictable (although I've never read any Hulk comics); King Kong was pretty cool for the first hour or so, but then it started getting really long, and it had a boring soundtrack; the X Files was... kinda creepy, actually; and the Dark Knight... oh man. It was awesome. Just, awesome. I'm officially excited for the Dark Knight Rises. BY THE WAY- question for you: do you know of any good, romantic movies where the main couple actually meet for the first time during the movie? And by good, I mean the relationship is developed believably in a not-cheesy way. Bonus points if it's an action movie. I ask because I don't know of any personally.
And concerning romantic films...all my favourite romances are Norah Efron films (Sleepless in Seattle, When Harry Met Sally, You've Got Mail) They arent action films at all, although they are all 'odd' situations. I like them all because they are realistic. In two of the films, the main point is that they get to know each other first. The characters fall in love because they end up being really good friends, rather then the whole 'she's so hot I must have her' thing. With the other film, Sleepless in Seattle, oddly the characters dont meet until right at the end, its very much a 'fate' kind of thing, but the two characters spend the entire film arguing that you cant fall in love at first sight with someone. Its hard to think of a favourite, but I think you'd maybe like You've Got Mail the best, as its got a very interesting set up (The characters get to know each other via e-mail. They actually know each other in real life, but dont realise they are talking to who they e-mail, and hate each other in real life (such is the way of first impressions)).
Its really hard to think of any action films that include a realistic romance 0_o Can you recommend any good action films to me though? I'm in a real mood for that kind of thing atm (blame Tin Tin) and its only in the last few years I've come to appreciate action films!!