Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby Chordsy » Sat Sep 07, 2013 9:51 am

AnimeCwboy wrote:Quick question: What are some ways we can keep up with updates?


I should have the setup done for the comic system, this weekend. They'll be hooked up to an RSS :)
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby NxtWaltDisney » Sat Sep 07, 2013 10:53 am

This was very interesting. Geuss I'll be following this more often
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby BigIslandYU2 » Mon Sep 09, 2013 4:12 am

Congratulations to IllustriousQ and Dawn Best on the first true-blue Sylvanna comic! It looks positively fantastic so far!
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby Illustrious Q » Thu Sep 12, 2013 6:37 pm

I hope everyone is stoked for the second half of A Moment in Time tomorrow.

I now I am prepared.

*hides in fallout bunker* 8)
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby ShadowBat20 » Thu Sep 12, 2013 11:15 pm

Illustrious Q wrote:I hope everyone is stoked for the second half of A Moment in Time tomorrow.

I now I am prepared.

*hides in fallout bunker* 8)


I know I'm stoked!
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby Chordsy » Fri Sep 13, 2013 7:42 am

Part 2 is up! http://www.sylvannaonline.com
And for those of you looking for an RSS feed, go here...

http://gloryhound.info/sylvanna/?feed=rss2

Feedburner is dead. Did you guys know that? So I created a new feed which will not only show you comic updates, but general updates as well. Would there be interest in separating the two? :)
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby AnimeCwboy » Fri Sep 13, 2013 10:19 am

Both together works fine for me. =D
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby Daluna13 » Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:04 am

I have to say Q, your a little too good at this writing thing.I didn't think i'd get the feels so quickly this week
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby ShadowBat20 » Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:27 am

Nice...and pretty sad.
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby SurrealBrain » Fri Sep 13, 2013 11:44 am

I liked it, but while I have some foreknowledge, I still feel like I skipped something. If a book collects this, it better be in its chronological order. Oh well, what can you do?
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby Chordsy » Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:01 pm

SurrealBrain wrote:I liked it, but while I have some foreknowledge, I still feel like I skipped something. If a book collects this, it better be in its chronological order. Oh well, what can you do?


Actually, it's in order, but as this story is sort of an "extra" to the main timeline, you won't be aware of its full significance until we're a little further into the story (and those who just want to jump into the main story won't necessarily need to read this little tidbit, but they can if they want to know more). Just who is messing with the timeline and how it all plays together will definitely be shown, though - I promise! :)

And again, I apologize to those of you who are still a bit confused! :) Sylvanna is a vast, sweeping continuity and its timeline is a little more complex than what you'd read in the Sonic comics, as an example. I hope to keep it clear enough with the main points, but we won't exactly be giving you all the puzzle pieces up front with each issue!
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby SonicBlueRanger » Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:20 pm

Oh, The Feels. :cry: Seriously though this was a good 6 pager and a nice appatizer for the full Sylvanna in...three weeks aw.

Also again Q Hound Kaminski until you are employed. If he doesn't fold I suppose you could go to Bobby Currnow. :P
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby Illustrious Q » Fri Sep 13, 2013 12:30 pm

Chordsy wrote:I hope to keep it clear enough with the main points, but we won't exactly be giving you all the puzzle pieces up front with each issue!

Or tied up in a nice little bow. No matter how much Ian wants Marine the Raccoon to be. ;)
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby FritzyBeat » Fri Sep 13, 2013 2:23 pm

SurrealBrain wrote:I liked it, but while I have some foreknowledge, I still feel like I skipped something. If a book collects this, it better be in its chronological order. Oh well, what can you do?


Actually, that feeling your getting that you "Skipped something", I have another feeling that tells me thats what your supposed to feel.

As I said on DA, this is merely a glimps into Xixa's life, we are supposed to walk away with questions, we are supposed to wonder why Xixa is so emotional, why she has to destroy this reality she wants so much, why she WANTS this reality so much to begin with, etc...
The conversation with Alabaster serves to enforce this even more, and we are left to wonder why all this is a happening in the first place. Its called a hook, and its what is drawing me into wanting to read this comic in the first place =D

I for one, being a Xixa fan from the beginning, am REALLY excited for more. Wonderful Jon to all of you who worked on it! The art was simply beautiful, the writing was top notch, and the story as a whole, for a 6 pager, was a very gripping read.
I look forward to reading whats to come! :mrgreen:
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Re: Tales of Sylvanna: A Moment in Time - Discussion Thread

Postby SurrealBrain » Fri Sep 13, 2013 4:17 pm

TheMobian wrote:Actually, that feeling your getting that you "Skipped something", I have another feeling that tells me thats what your supposed to feel.

I guess that works.
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