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Originally posted by starwarsisreal
Why don't you make another issues this time taking place in the year 2300 where the TPTB has established a Dystopic World Government very similar to 1984 and brave new world combined....
Also explore other topics such as
Originally posted by PlanetXisHERE
A heartfelt thanks to the OP for his contribution to the awakening of consciousness process in others, a very worthy goal, in my humble opinion.
Seems to have scared the debunkers and skeptics back under their rocks for now, but I'm sure they'll be on here eventually - or trying to forum slide this into oblivion - which I don't think will work.
Originally posted by Blackmarketeer
Love it, looks like pure genius. The artwork is above par.
PS: throw the collectors a bone, and do a print run! ... You know Kickstarter is a way to crowd-fund comics...
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
Wow this looks brilliant. It has a vibe very similar to The Invisibles, the theme and the art remind me of that comic. Great work so far. I'll be keeping an eye on this.
Originally posted by apokalupsis33vital
Brilliant and inspiring!!! I'm writing a novel focused on one certain conspiracy, and you have truly motivated me to keep at it and to get it done, thank you!! I may hit you up for some advice sometime, if you don't mind too much! S&F
Originally posted by ETONE
This is awesome! I'll probably have to have one. I've been working on something similar for about 7 years but my style makes it very slow going, as well as school, and the story tends to evolve and adapt as I learn more. I was never very good at the the typical comic book style, so I'm completely mixing it up, doing my own style. I know it's hard to get published like that, so I'll probably self publish as well. Someday. *sigh*
Originally posted by gambon
Looks amazing! great work fellow! Will it be possible to buy the hard copies in the uk ?
Originally posted by Skyfloating
When you talked about this about 3 years ago I didnt really believe you had what it takes to make it real. I was very, very wrong. This appears to be quality work that even provides nuggets of new-information for long-time ATSers (had never heard of the Crowley-BBush connection or the Disney-FBI involvement. If the entire series contains fresh intrigue like that, Im sure its going to be really well-received.edit on 13-12-2012 by Skyfloating because: (no reason given)
Originally posted by mike dangerously
W. related to Crowley? Old Alister must be spinning in his grave (if he is indeed in there) As for Walt and J.Edgar well,it makes sense didn't know about Von Braun and the others worked for him.
Originally posted by TheKeyMaster
I think this is very dangerous if not done properly.
Why would you call it Paranoid American comics?
I have to wonder what your real motives are to put this kind of stigma on comics relating conspiracy theories. To me it seems that someone could be trying to discredit the very idea of conspiracy theories as well as comics being an effective medium to deal with them
That might not be your intent but it's the perception it creates in my opinion.
Originally posted by ExCloud
Think you will ever do an issue on when the army fired on the UFO over LA? That might be a good one.
Originally posted by cameraobscura
maybe we'll see a movie adaptation in the future?
Originally posted by grobi77
Wow, great work!
I really like the topics and the style
I'm definitely interested....but only Kindle and iBookstore?
Maybe I've to wait for the prints...
Originally posted by Plotus
A most excellent idea, but I'm afraid a decade too late. What I mean, is that the target audience who typically buy Comic Books, now have cell,tweet and all the related devices as well as the Internet. I don't think the intended audience will be inclined to take the Time or Money and dispose of it towards this kind of Comic Book, or any Comic. Perhaps I'm wrong, and hope that is the case, but do you think this will reach the targeted audience?
That's why I say, a 'Decade ago'........ As I believe the youth were still actively making purchases of such items, though the practice was in decline.
I'll have to admit though, with the right marketing it might be successful. Look at all of Robert Crumb's work from the 60's on, Or even MAD Magazine or Cracked Magazine, Now all collectible Americana.edit on 13-12-2012 by Plotus because: (no reason given)