Types of exposure? How long did it take?

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  1. Dary (Member)

    Posted 3 years ago

    Snoopy verses the Nazi Cats. It's a hit in the making!

    @Durrendal
    I consider anime a medium like any other. A good story is a good story, regardless of what method is used to tell it.

  2. Wildbow (Member)

    Posted 3 years ago

    Charlie Brown in the Striped Pyjamas: "Good grief. I'm not stuck in here with you, you're stuck in here with me!"

  3. Jim Zoetewey (Moderator)

    Posted 3 years ago

    I introduced an anime style character a couple years ago--partly to have my characters react to the obvious use of tropes. "Was that really a magical girl transformation sequence?" The other reason is that certain anime tropes fit perfectly into a superhero setting without modification. It's funny that way.

  4. Chrysalis (Member)

    Posted 3 years ago

    I just remembered we had a magical girl story a while back... Saga of Soul. Well, we technically still have it on WFG. I wish I had time to read!

    Anathema, a web serial about the effect superpowers would have on our world. http://anathemaserial.wordpress.com/
  5. Blaise Corvin (Member)

    Posted 3 years ago

    My story is kind of right between genres. I'm still exploring ways to promote my work in a way that lets people who want the familiar know that it's familiar enough to be comfortable, but atypical enough to (hopefully) appeal to folks who like net-new stories.

    #thestruggleisreal

    Visit my site, http://www.blaise-corvin.com. I have punch and pie.
    I also have two stories: Delvers LLC and The Crimson Artifice. :)

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