Date of publication: 2017-08-21 04:28
I find that many who write superhero novels make the same mistake that television studios make when trying to produce superhero TV shows: They dumb the material down, revert to cliches, camp it up, and make it all generally unlikeable.
Thanks for sharing your materials! FIY, your link above for 8775 55 examples of hyperbole 8776 is actually linked to your personification examples.
“I learned that it can be empowering to wear your mother’s dress. Or power suit. At first I was worried that it was a little Norman Bates Psycho, but then I just embraced it and now I’m a murderer.
Black Mist a burn victim who has his face from the jaw down completely scared and has scarecrow stitching on the side of his face, he can create black mist and toxic air.
I was just wondering what anybody though of it. And, in case your wondering, all of the characters do have believable motives. The story is inspired partly by Smallville, and partly (though I hate to admit it) the story of Wolverine.
Dwan 8767 s fine, but the -dw- sound might be hard for readers to pronounce. However, I like the artistic angle of the character. So I have a few suggestions that try to combine hard-and-protagonistic sounds with soft-and-smooth ones. I got the impression that you 8767 re writing a high-fantasy story not set on Earth, so I went for relatively exotic and unusual ones.
Hello, . I am writing a story about a superhero where his powers are that he can heal people when the sun 8767 s up and kill people when the sun is down all by touching them!
I don 8767 t know why superhero novels can 8767 t be more like actual superhero comics. In other words, not dumbed down and more serious. For example:
how does the author ridicule human weakness in the chapter Discuss with reference to the Prince s comments on humans-their passions and manners as described by Gulliver.
Firstly, the story is based on 8 main characters, the Robson siblings, Bailey, being the eldest of the 8, who has a high level of intellect and expertise in weaponry, Brent, whom is the middle child, the cocky, arrogant child, but has high physical conditiong and a martial arts expert. And the child, Billi, she is the most caring, a former gymnastics competitor and is the only one who actually has a power, which is the use of telepathy.
, I have some questions for you. I have recently read Michael Chabon 8767 s 8775 The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay 8776 , and am considering writing my own historical fiction novel about comic artists and writers.
Hey, I 8767 ve been working on my story, and I 8767 ve been thinking about writing from two 6st person perspectives (the anti-hero and the hero). But I 8767 ve realised that, if I do that, the hero might come off as stupid if he blunders into a trap. How can I show him falling into a trap that the reader knows about without making him look stupid?
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