Salicrup said: I
like it, but what do I know?
(after the first 13 pages, based on his
we also did a few tweaks of the material including having
2 prologue pages i and ii created. He liked them, too!)
for Jim Salicrup's Monster Girlfriend! (click on underline)
Pam Drake wrote:
Liked your comic. Reminds me a bit of my dad's DOOM
But every good author has to start with good inspiration,
Rich Bernatovech, author of Sentinels, wrote:
wanted to drop you a line and say I enjoy your first
issue. Good stuff! I've seen a lot of the issue before
you got it printed but it looked much better in comic
form! The artwork was very detailed and the story was
interesting. I'm curious to see what happens in the next
Dreamer aka Frank from Tribe.net
"The storyline is brilliant and
the artwork beautiful
...the print version looks even better than
the screen version...Older school aged readers
(early teens through high school) will be able to
identify with the characters that they have created
and learn some much needed
realistic and important lessons about helping
others. I am pleased to see that there are strong
characters for both males and females to identify with.
really just wanted to comment
on the comic, which looks really good. I love Roof Girl,
and have started sketching some fan art, which I'll
send to you later.
Magda from Australia wrote:
Heroes in Birmingham has some nice
twists on the comic
genre - it's entertaining and fresh, with interesting
characters. The art work is extremely professional,
advancing the intriguing storyline nicely...a great
posted (on a comics site): Looks very cool!
Can't wait to see a print version.
York City public school teacher wrote:
am so pleased that I finally had a chance to read
your website about your project "Heroes in
school aged readers (early teens through
high school) will be able to identify with
the characters that you have created and learn
some much needed realistic and important lessons
about helping others.