COMICS INTERNATIONAL #103 (UK) (Jan 1999) Quality Communications Magazine

cover:  George Perez
COMICS INTERNATIONAL #103 (UK)
Date: Jan 1999
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     January 18, 2003 | Kesel in Comics International
    From Booster
    Topic: Beeber interview in Comics International (BIG BIG SPOILERS)
    posted 01-17-2003 06:46 PM

    Just found this in a feature on Solus in Comics International 154. I quote...

    Describing the main cast members, Kesel continued "Andra Radiant, as she comes to be known, is a tremendously powerful and astoundingly impatient woman with a strange affinity for each of the CGU worlds and absolutely no memory why. Lindy is a Sigil-Bearer who crosses Andra's path in issue 1 and is completely destroyed by the experience. Zeuss is the self-styled creator of an amazing artifical intelligence that has taken over Lindy's world. And then there's Danik, who may be familiar to the readers of Crux."

    Discussing the project, the writer explained the most challenging aspect was "balancing the needs for story against the big scale of the universe we're cruising through. Too much scale and you yawn because it's just space; too much "people stuff" and you're bored waiting for something to happen. We needed to make it feel like Goldilock's porridge : just right."

    According to Kesel, the mood she, Perez and inker Rick Magyar are trying to convey in Solus is one of energy and excitement. "We want you to be intrigued, but without a clue as to what we'll do next." The style of story, she added, will be one worthy of the artist. "Big, loud and exhaustingly fun."

    "If we do our job well," she continued, "You'll never notice that you're cruising through a historical travelogue of the CGU. You'll just turn the pages as fast as you can, read and yell 'Cool!' when it's done."


    Related links: www.comics-international.com

    (Vu: I've mentioned this before last year in October, but Comics International did a favorable review of this website here: Website Reviews #6 (14 Jul 2001), written by Chris Bunting.)

     September 23, 2001
    From Vu
      Inside this issue...
      cover: A wonderful excuse for us to show George Pérez' little-seen variant for AVENGERS #12.
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