First of all, I just want to say that Goose is officially my favorite Marvel character. Maybe I was just…
“Who are you?” She called. Her voice echoed around the empty room.
“The patron of lucid dreamers,” the man answered. “You may call me Amets.”
It started for me when he barged into my room at 2:45 looking like a truck ran him over, minus the injury part.
I’ve opened up a new tier on Patreon, for original alphabets, maps, and other world-building things and ideas. Heres the first alphabet – free for all to use:
But if you’re anything like me, you have a bunch of empty empty notebooks. Ever wonder what to do with them?
I feel like I should do something big for this, but all I have to say is I’ll be redesigning…
By JD Jackson is a series following an author whose friend becomes the superhero Ghostmind and is keeping an account of their adventures…
Creating from scratch is hard. You need at least an idea of what you’re doing, and for that you can imitate popular works.
Now, I’m no historian. I don’t understand the nuances of cultural and it’s evolution through the ages. But just comparing the first two Thor movies to Thor:Ragnarok shows this shift – and those were (comparatively) recent.
Yeah, I don’t read superhero comics. I’m more of a high fantasy/historical fiction type of reader. You’d think that’d make me the wrong person to tell this story, yet here it is.
So Ghostmind’s origin story, right? It all began by the only person in the world nerdier than Dan.