Back to the Hangar 358 days. As you can see the scientists were allowed to write home, but as Archie suspected, the letters are read and censured.
Ow. That looks painful – whatever it is. Oh, and I think you mean “censored”, not “censured”. Of course, maybe they did censure his letters as well 🙂
Yeah, it probably is painful. Thanks for pointing out the typo. Getting Finnish and English mixed up 😀
…power testing went wrong or…actually, that’s what i am thinking.
Ouch. At least they have a healing factor.
Panel 1- reminds me of scrambled HBO when I was a kid- “Is that a boob or an elbow??” LOL
Your drawing is excellent as always, especially your attention to detail in the backgrounds. Nothing wrong with your style.
Have you ever seen the movie “Fatman and Little Boy” with Paul Newman and John Cusack? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fat_Man_and_Little_Boy
Its a dramatization of the Los Alamos days leading to the first atomic weapons. The thing that struck me was how CRUDE and backyard tool shop their facilities were.
In particular, one scene where the scientists are working with the bomb core on a wooden workbench, surrounded by lead bricks, using a really log screwdriver!!!
As I always said, you run your universe how you want, but for funsies if you never have looked into it- check and see just how crude the early facilities were. Keep up the great work.
I haven’t seen the movie, but it sounds like something I’ll check out. But yeah, I’ve seen lots of footage and images of the “Top of the line facilities” and it makes you wonder how the heck they got those things made! 😯
I wanted a bit more of a sci-fi look to Hangar 358 with a dash of retro pulp thrown in along the way.
I will have to agree with bamadam, the first shot we saw of the Hanger was a cobbled together piece of technology that looked… realistic liked it was ripped from a space ship. It basically looked like it was what they would use to create mass produced enhanced soldiers. What I thought I would see here would be fire extinguishers that are hand operated from outside the walls or even people rushing in to help the guy. Also while the giant thing of glass shows emotions and body language I would think there would just be little port holes. Sigh.
However this is your comic so I guess it is how you want it to turn out. Great comic.
I don’t like george.
Was this a blue fire experiment?
Hugo is one of those geniuses we saw back at the eagle’s nest?
I so want to know what that word or 2 is that is blacked out above. I suspect it says “alien technology”.
Yeah, George is a bit… strange to say the least. Yup, that’s either Jack or someone similar. And yes Hugo Strange was one of the old guys we saw/will see (remember this is issue 1-B 😉 ) Actually that’s Hugo in the bottom panel at the far right.
Do you have a name for the guy on the far left?
That’s professor Scott. He plays a HUGE part in coming events, but if you know what it is… keep it under your hat. 😉
I love the blue “thingy” in the first panel, is that a head with the skull shining through?
Yeah, it’s a screaming head. I got kind of carried away with the effect. 😀 Might have to clear it up a bit.
Aha, I was right!
Lol. I just realised, I read the image wrong, I saw the skull’s jaw on the back of the head facing upwards at an angle. Now I see it’s actually hair 😛
Also I think the Black Terror bonus story is a really clever and cool way of getting people to vote.
I’m all for expanded universe stories! 😀
Where is the bonus story for this week?
It’s just about to go up. There’s a lot of faces to draw in this one, so it’s taking a bit more time. 😀
Will you tell us who that sidekick is with the Black Terror in the bonus strip? It looks like it could be Danny.
That’s Tim, the Golden Age Black Terror’s sidekick.
More of a fellow enhanced solider then a young ward right?
Yup. Older than the original so that he could be part of the Superhero program in the Heroes,inc. universe. But young enough to be called “kid” 😉
Is it just me, or does George look like Dr. Horrible?
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