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The legend of luther strode 1-6

comiXolgy Unbound's Weekend #comicbinge
The Strange Tale of Luther Strode & The Legend of Luther Strode

This weekend we’re binging on Justin Jordan and traddmoore's Luther Strode comics! Beautiful and gruesome and highly entertaining, what better way to spend a weekend?!

The Strange Tale of Luther Strode

Luther Strode is just your average nerd until he sends away for a bodybuilding course from an old comic book, one that works a whole lot better than he ever imagined. His newfound strength and strange talents make school a lot easier, but they’ve also caused some very, very bad people to take a very, very keen interest in him. Things will never be the same for Luther Strode…if he survives.

The Legend of Luther Strode

Luther Strode lives.

Five years after losing everything, Luther has become more than a nightmare for the evil men in his city… he has become a legend. But somebody is hunting the bogeyman, and he has dangerous allies that Luther will never expect. Luther Strode lives; but for how long?


#comicbinge comes to you every Friday at the end of the work day suggesting series runs you can binge on over the weekend!

How Can Your create so much cool Character ? Like on the devloppement thing , i create and write a lot , but my Character are boring when the End comes , i need some advice from the Pro , i want to be a Writer like you !
Anonymous

gailsimone:

Thank you, but you want to be a writer like YOU, I promise.


Here’s the thing…this sounds silly, maybe, but it works for me.

When you are going for a hike, there’s always a safe, well-trodden path. You know where it’s going, it’s probably flat and level, you won’t get hurt, and you’ll have the same view as the last thousand people who walked that exact path.

But every step is a fork in the road, if you want it to be. You can walk that same path everyone else walked, it’s nice but dull, or you can deliberately take one foot and make a hard left or right. Walk up the hill or down by the rapids…if you know the safe path, try another.

The road is a little tougher and scarier, but the view is unique.

That probably all sounds a little High School English Comp, but it is actually the way I view characters. If my character is saying something safe and dull, odds are, we know it’s safe and dull while we are writing it. What if that character takes a hard left and says something completely unexpected?

Let’s say, a woman has just come home, and her husband’s made dinner, and she’s late, and he’s mad.

HUSBAND: You’re late. Again. Dinner’s ruined.

WIFE: I’m sorry. Had to work late. 

Perfectly fine, but safe and a little dull. There’s tension in the situation but it’s ruined by the predictable dialog.

What if she said something off-the-path?

HUSBAND: You’re late. Again. Dinner’s ruined.

WIFE: You’re a lousy cook anyway, Daryl.

or

HUSBAND: You’re late. Again. Dinner’s ruined.

WIFE: Would you forgive me if told you I was a vampire?

or 

HUSBAND: You’re late. Again. Dinner’s ruined.

WIFE: I stopped to rob a convenience store. I brought you some gum.

These aren’t great bits of dialog, but they clearly show you have left the predictable path, and people will want to know where you are going.

In storytelling, especially in dialog, the safe path is usually the wrong one. Take a chance, climb the hill, try going off-road.