NEED YOUR HELP PLEASE!
I’m getting postcards made to distribute at cons and stuff, but I can’t pick a design! Which one would get you more interested in reading Ignition Zero?
That said, do you think that one represents the comic better than the other? I love the one with Orson on it, but I feel like it gets your hopes up in terms of what the comic art will look like. If there’s one thing I hate, it’s gorgeous comic book covers that look very little like the art inside, and I feel this is similar. Does this bother you guys, too? If you picked up the postcard with Orson on it and then went to the website, would you feel cheated or tricked?
This is, for example, why I’ve never read a volume of Fables. The covers get me all excited and then I open it….not that the inside art is bad, but…do you know what I mean?
Daaaaaaaaaang. These are both totally awesome designs, showcasing two totally awesome aspects of your comic. Like, the monsters and mythos are totally cool and unique, but the Orson one communicates that it is at heart a drama/adventure about humans. I think the design of the first one is more fun, and the second is more sophisticated. Way to dig yourself into a tough decision, No!
The more I stare at it, the more Orson’s eyebrow looks like the batman logo.
Um. Anyway, there is the option of getting half of one and half of the other! The bulk price applies even with different designs. Your call if you want to go that route or just have them consistent.
I am terrible at helping you make a decision about this. The Orson one would be one that I would pick up, if given a choice, but I am also extremely boring sometimes. That said, I would encourage you to probably go with the Hugh one because it’s way more unique? IDK. NOEL I AM SO UNHELPFUL. Short: YOU COULD USE EITHER AND IT WOULD BE AWESOME EITHER WAY. OKAY. YES.
In the end, I would not NOT go with the Orson one because of the content dissonance… I think it’s a fine representation of what’s inside. And besides, if Fables looked on the inside what the covers looked like on the outside … I still wouldn’t have finished it because I didn’t like the story. That’s what matters!