Not bad for a 90 year old, huh?
woooo. That was fun.
‘Is that so? Well you’re too old not to be thrown into a skip’
Brilliant as always. The ‘Stop’ sign was a nice touch
90? Diana is 93 years old, as you mentioned, Scott.
It reminds to an old Lady in a hospital, she was indeed over 90 years old and was in the same room as my mother.
She had a big sense of humour and was very eager to watch every formula one race.
I meant in her 90’s.
This other woman you mentioned… did she run up walls and do backflips? 😀
I’m not sure, he he he, but mentaly she could.
And by the way, even in my twenty’s I was not able to do back flips,” run up the walls” is an other thing, cough, cough, 😉
And…, in the BW version Dianas kind of attack was very clear for me, nice job that you used the colour intensity.
I can’t wait for the animated version at the saturday morning TV. :-))
Don’t they know they should talk about a woman’s age?
Exactly. Though some might say that Diana went a bit far with her reaction.
On the other hand they ARE chasing her with guns… 😉
Eh, I’d still hit it. She got a nice butt for a great grandma
Wow, awesome way to convey an entire flip-and-toss in one panel. Impressive.
I’d love to take credit for the technique, but unfortunately Jim Lee uses it in just about every book he works on…
It IS cool though.
I see a problem coming up…there were two of them, and someoen that can throw lightening it would seem…..and the biggest issue for her, she has her back to the street…but then I ‘m paranoid…
That could be a problem…
The one-panel technique may be omeone else’s, but it’s all in how well it’s executed, and you’ve done that beautifully here.
You’ve got enough points of motion to show a smooth progression from one to the next without the whole scene being cluttered, or the ‘ghost’ images being so sparse that it doesn’t make sense. A lot of people try it, not many do it well. Kudos!
wow……..is she 90 for real?
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