Friday, February 17, 2012

The Moon Prince ONE HUNDREDTH EPISODE

This week: Our ONE HUNDREDTH EPISODE!!! Whoopeee!!!

Click HERE to see previous episodes.


6 comments:

  1. Good to see, that you can now post here without creating an account first.
    I started reading this comic when it was around episode 10 and I liked ever since. I just hope that you have the stamina to tell the whole story as laid out in the "About page"

    Norder

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  2. Hi, Norder

    Good - I'm glad that's working. I also updated the site design today to hopefully it'll be a bit easier to use.

    I love doing the Moon Prince so I'm sure I'll have the stamina to get through it all. I recently wrote the synopses for the second and third trilogies (Escape to Mars and The Callisto Stone) and now I'm very eager to get to those parts of the story!

    Here's the comment you emailed to me before the comments were working properly, with my replies below it:


    Hi Kevin,

    congratulations to your wonderful webcomic "The Moon Prince".
    There's so much about it that I like, that a bullet list must make do:
    - The setting (Victorian america)
    - The cast (Callisto cat is a strike of genius)
    - The colouring (instantly recognizable)
    - The detailed backgrounds
    - The way people are portrayed moving and acting (Do you really prepare everything as a photograph first?)
    - The writing (Latin was my first foreign language in school)

    The only complaint I could bring up would be, that you need to have an account in order to comment. Luckily, e-mail works, too.

    Vale!
    Norder


    Hi, Norder

    Thank you so much for those kind words - you made my day!

    I'm delighted to hear that you're enjoying The Moon Prince. As far as the drawing goes, yes, every page is made as a photo-collage first - a mixture of photographs (the people) and 3d renderings (the backgrounds and characters like Kitiko and Grakko).

    I'm glad you're enjoying the Latin ("Solarian") - I've been a bit worried that it's probably grammatically bad since I'm just using "Google Translate" to do it, so I'll make you a deal - if you see any Latin that's wrong, email me and I'll fix it!

    You know, I never even realized that the comments were set to need an account, so I just went and changed that - hopefully it'll be fine from now on.

    Best,
    Kevin

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  3. Quod erat demonstrandum ;-)

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    1. Belle dixit in lingua solaris imperium!

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  4. Bene dixit in imperii solaris lingua.
    SCNR

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    1. Gratias enim quod disciplinam!

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