Mine was quite quiet too, but that was exactly what was needed :)
Monday, 27 December 2010
How long term are your plans for the Pride? Have you got ideas for an ongoing, or is it a self contained story?
The initial main story for The Pride is just a six issue mini seris. However, new connecting bits and pieces are being added all the time, such as the One Page Primers for each character, and another story that should see the light of day soon.
Ultimately though I could write about these characters and their world forever, and I have a ton of ideas for followup series. Maybe if we get picked up by a big publisher I could do it as an ongoing, but for now it will be one, then possibly a series of mini series'
Thursday, 23 December 2010
Sunday, 19 December 2010
What. Did you. DO?!
Umm, you do realise I'm a gay man, yes?
Monday, 13 December 2010
Wednesday, 8 December 2010
I'll start with probably the most visible of The Pride's characters, FabMan! Tomorrow's Fabulous Man, Today!
FabMan was born Stephen Wainright to loving parents, and was always aware he was a little different. And for the most part, he was perfectly okay with that.
He's always had an element of pride about him, and when he matured and came out as gay, he came out with a bang.
An awful lot of FabMan's life, character and outward persona became very much about his sexuality and his community. He is, by far, the 'campest' member of The Pride, but also one of the most caring, most genuine, and definitely most flamboyant.
A self-confessed 'gym bunny', Fabs keeps in shape, though his physical state is not the source of his powers. Instead, he's been infused with a powerful force that is an extension of his own pride in himself. His abilities include speed, strength, flight and the ability to generate light and in some cases heat.
Colourful, friendly, and funny, FabMan is the founding member of The Pride, and their defacto PR guy.
Below, you can see some concept art by the incredibly talented Cymon King (website is NSFW), who will be doing a one page Origin story for FabMan as part of The Pride. Above is character design work by series artist, Gavin Mitchell.
That's all I'm willing to reveal so far, for the rest, pick up the book whn it comes out! Keep checking here for further updates and more brief intros to characters.
Monday, 6 December 2010
I have no idea about MySpace I haven't used it in years. As for Facebook...I haven't had much of a play around with it yet, but I think that it could actually be the first positive alteration they have done, EVER! This opinion could yet change
Sunday, 5 December 2010
If I was to say to you that Commander Worf's head looks like a fanny, would you join me in a laugh?