Quotes: Story-Breaker Power

"I think if you put too much magic in your Fantasy it overwhelms the plot, and it starts to make the plot nonsensical. If you do have a sorceress or a wizard who can speak a word and wipe out an army, why would you even assemble an army?"

"Such power cannot be allowed to fall into the hands of Optimus Prime!"
(such power falls into Optimus' hands at the episode's end)
"We Decepticons now face our darkest hour."
Megatron, Transformers Prime.

"I think this comic clearly demonstrates why the Author should not be a regular character in the comic, and why I try to avoid having the Author interact directly with the rest of the characters at all. I mean, he's the Author. He can do anything. What's the point of having anything happen in the comic if he's around? Where's the challenge if he can just wave his hand and the problem goes away? When you introduce a character that can do anything, whether it's a god or a Mary Sue, whether it's in a comic or a book, it takes all the fun and thrill and danger out of the story.

That being said, let's get back to the comic, with several more comics with the Author in them!"
David Anez, Bob and George