So I’ve stopped updating the comics section unannounced. I’m sorry, really. But my passion has always been crafting a superhero comic, all along. That’s not to say I’m done with Colored Comics.com, but I will (continue to) be gone for a while, while I continue to do craft some long form comics.
So I haven’t posted anything in a few weeks. My apologies. I’ve been busy. Drawing, exercising and life in general. But in what is the weekend that unofficially starts the summer movie season, I was motivated to return to coloredcomics.com, not with a comic but with a blog post. My inspiration coming from having just seen Thor and Jumping the Broom.
Sorry for the impromptu hiatus, if you follow my twitter feed or read it on occasion from some twitter list, then you know that I’ve been working on other comics projects for a while. Will any of those projects be seen on coloredcomics.com? That remains to be seen, but Coloredcomics.com itself is not going anywhere.
The problem with having a blog or comic is that you are constantly inventing and reinventing in a very public forum. And in reinventing, that may cause *ahem*… interrupted service. I want to publish comics whether they be on the web or in print that I can be proud of, and like most creative minds I do struggle with what I find to be an acceptable or “finished” comic.
So please, bear with me, I’m just working some things out. Thanks for the continued readership and support…I hope to at least publish at a once a week rate as I sort my creative logistics out.
Sorry for the lack of updates as of late. I have been quiet busy working on other a comic a related project and some other personal projects. Updates should resume in the coming days and hope to update later this week at least once. Please stay tuned and thanks for checking.
Comics, Comic Books and Film are my favorite forms of entertainment, and towards the latter half of the last decade Hollywood began to merge and exploit the best of the two mediums. We’ve seen some great films born of this marriage, like Dark Knight, Iron Man & 300, some good movies The Incredible Hulk (Edward Norton’s take) and some awful movies. And of the bad, as of late it seems there’s too many to name. Now rather go over the rhetorical question of has the Superhero/comic genre peaked, I’d like to explore why it has worked in the past and floundered a bit as of late…