History OffModel / ComicBooks

10th Jul '17 4:01:33 AM FuzzyBarbarian
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* the first issue of ''ComicBook/RenewYourVows'' (the ongoing) had Annie Parker suddenly looking like she was 13 or so instead of about six. The result was a pre-teen who seemed really emotionally stunted, which many readers found weird, since this wan't how she was written in the original miniseries. Turns out, there was confusion regarding her age.
30th May '17 9:36:20 PM Daedalis
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* Near the end of ''ComicBook/{{Revival}}'' one reviver breaks out of containment by severing his arm and using the bone as an improvised weapon. He regenerates the missing arm for two panels when he makes a desperate grab for his enemy.
29th Jan '17 9:14:37 AM nombretomado
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** In [[AlanMoore Alan Moore's]] story ''The Jungle Line'', Superman has PointyEars for some reason after he wakes up from a nightmare.

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** In [[AlanMoore Alan Moore's]] Creator/AlanMoore's story ''The Jungle Line'', Superman has PointyEars for some reason after he wakes up from a nightmare.
31st Jul '16 9:54:21 AM nombretomado
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* Often done intentionally with the length of Franchise/{{Batman}}'s cape. Under normal circumstances, it's just long enough to reach the floor when wrapped around him like a cloak for his famous "looking like a scary gargoyle" pose. Other times the artists can't resist having the wind dramatically blow it out, making it look like it should drag several feet behind him. At least one official DCComics "How to Draw" book instructs people on how to do this without it looking ''too'' absurd.

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* Often done intentionally with the length of Franchise/{{Batman}}'s cape. Under normal circumstances, it's just long enough to reach the floor when wrapped around him like a cloak for his famous "looking like a scary gargoyle" pose. Other times the artists can't resist having the wind dramatically blow it out, making it look like it should drag several feet behind him. At least one official DCComics Creator/DCComics "How to Draw" book instructs people on how to do this without it looking ''too'' absurd.
3rd Jul '16 5:01:13 PM nombretomado
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* Artists Randy Elliott and Stuart Sayger received much criticism for their work on {{LEGO}}'s ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'' comics. Randy notoriously drew humongous shoulders on many of his characters, sometimes gave them very small and thin heads, and in the case of two of the Toa Metru gave them obscuring visors instead of bothering to draw their eyes (which weren't even the right colours). Sayger, on the other hand, practiced a unique, sketchy style which -- while probably very serviceable in any other work -- simply did not work well with the types of intricate character designs present in ''BIONICLE''. This was especially obvious in "All Our Sins Remembered," which presented a jarring contrast between the beautifully rendered element lords and his characteristically stringy, weirdly proportioned designs for the other characters. He proportioned the characters in so many different ways that a whole OffModel gallery could be filled with them. And in one instance, he literally used the wrong model for a certain character -- instead of Mata Nui's correct, originally planet-sized, bulky and blocky robot body, he drew the mortal form that he took on one hundred thousand years later, which (apart from also being a humanoid) looked absolutely nothing like his former body.

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* Artists Randy Elliott and Stuart Sayger received much criticism for their work on {{LEGO}}'s ''Franchise/{{BIONICLE}}'' ''ComicBook/{{BIONICLE}}'' comics. Randy notoriously drew humongous shoulders on many of his characters, sometimes gave them very small and thin heads, and in the case of two of the Toa Metru gave them obscuring visors instead of bothering to draw their eyes (which weren't even the right colours). Sayger, on the other hand, practiced a unique, sketchy style which -- while probably very serviceable in any other work -- simply did not work well with the types of intricate character designs present in ''BIONICLE''. This was especially obvious in "All Our Sins Remembered," which presented a jarring contrast between the beautifully rendered element lords and his characteristically stringy, weirdly proportioned designs for the other characters. He proportioned the characters in so many different ways that a whole OffModel gallery could be filled with them. And in one instance, he literally used the wrong model for a certain character -- instead of Mata Nui's correct, originally planet-sized, bulky and blocky robot body, he drew the mortal form that he took on one hundred thousand years later, which (apart from also being a humanoid) looked absolutely nothing like his former body.
1st Jun '16 6:29:06 PM Vrahno
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** The G2 graphic novels simplify the character models rather inconsistently, even confusing their colors at times and placing Vizuna's sensor "tails" on his arms instead of his ankles. Most confusion though surrounds the first novel's depiction of the Mask of Time: seemingly an early stock image of the original G1 mask crudely pasted into the comic, clashing with both the general art style and the text describing the mask. The second graphic novel featured the correct design.
17th May '16 4:13:44 AM Bosco13
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** In [[AlanMoore Alan Moore's]] story ''The Jungle Line'', Superman has PointyEars for some reason after he wakes up from a nightmare.
18th Mar '16 1:37:46 PM Willbyr
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* While the art was much more consistent compared to the anime, [[http://www.majhost.com/gallery/philipnova/Philipnova798/img.jpg these]] [[http://www.majhost.com/gallery/philipnova/Philipnova798/img_0001.jpg two]] examples of the ''YoureUnderArrest'' Manga[[note]]mentioned here as it ''was'' [[ExecutiveMeddling partially]] released in comic book form in America[[/note]] stand out[[note]]the watch present in the first example only appears in that one panel[[/note]].

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* While the art was much more consistent compared to the anime, [[http://www.majhost.com/gallery/philipnova/Philipnova798/img.jpg these]] [[http://www.majhost.com/gallery/philipnova/Philipnova798/img_0001.jpg two]] examples of the ''YoureUnderArrest'' ''Manga/YoureUnderArrest'' Manga[[note]]mentioned here as it ''was'' [[ExecutiveMeddling partially]] released in comic book form in America[[/note]] stand out[[note]]the watch present in the first example only appears in that one panel[[/note]].
1st Mar '16 9:00:43 AM cdrood
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* In the 70's, DC was so obsessed with keeping Superman's look consistent across comics and merchandise that they had their artists redraw Superman's face in all of Jack Kirby's Fourth World books. Kirby, a legend in the comics business, drew in his usual style which was too OffModel for DC.
28th Feb '16 7:32:26 PM nombretomado
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* At one point in ''CaptainAmerica Return of The Asthma Monster'', after defeating a snake creature, Captain America scratches his chin and gains a clawed hand for some reason.

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* At one point in ''CaptainAmerica ''ComicBook/CaptainAmerica Return of The Asthma Monster'', after defeating a snake creature, Captain America scratches his chin and gains a clawed hand for some reason.
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