Someone else from Evers’ past….
I’ve posted a new Voter Incentive image on the Top Web Comics site. Here’s a small sample of the sketch. When you click on the little blue Top Web Comics icon over in the right sidebar and submit a vote for Henchmen for Hire, you can see the whole image.
I wanted to see if I could improve the ranking for Henchmen for Hire on the TopWebComics site, so I’m trying out their ‘Voting Incentive’ option to see if I can drum up a few more votes. Here’s a sample of the pencil image that I’m using for the voting incentive. If you click on the Top Web Comics (TWC) link in the lower right column and then cast a vote for Henchmen for Hire, you get to see the whole image.
As of now, Henchmen for Hire is ranked at number 835 on the Top Web Comics site. I’m curious to see if this will improve the ranking.
So please click on the link and cast your vote! Thanks!
Just wishful thinking, but it sure would tie everything together nicely, wouldn’t it? I came up with the idea and I just had to sketch it out….
Snowpiercer is a crazy rollercoaster of a movie, and not just because it’s a post-apocalyptic trainride with larger-than-life characters and intense action sequences.
If you’re a fan of theme park rides, you know there are two basic types: there are the ‘slow’ rides like Disney’s Pirates of the Carribean, where riders drift lazily past detailed tableaus and spend time admiring the artistry and storytelling. The other type of ride is the ‘fast’ rollercoaster-type, like Space Mountain, where it’s all about speed and sensation.
The trick to enjoying Snowpiercer is in recognizing that it’s supposed to be a rollercoaster of a movie. If you try too hard to look for the artistry and storytelling, you’ll probably be confused and disappointed. But if you get on board and let the movie just carry you away, you’ll have a really good time. I did.
My Rating 3.5 (out of 5)