Currently doing an story about "power armors" (different name). I wanted to do an homage to Gundam and its anti-war thingy... but mobile suits were too much.
Anyways, it's going to be a book with a picture page per every page with words, and all going to be free... my question was what kind of things do you guys would like to see in such work? I'm not asking so I can change things, but I might take consideration
I hate that Digimortal was only one chapter, it seems really interesting. Abara, written by the same dude shares some similarities.
Bio-boosted armor fine?
New content is still coming out but it seems like its one of those manga's that will end when the creator dies =/ which is a shame.
>Really wish we had a Guyver game
developed by platinum, that's a must
Prototype imitates the powers of Aptom.
Basically, Aptom is just a collection of awesomeness. Major creeper tho
They keep introducing stuff, now you have Appolyn, hunting Zoalord crystals, maybe an agent of the Creators. So far he seems to be the strongest minus maybe Alkaphel or the Gigantic exceed. But nothing yet as to a conclusion.
Ahem, Applyon was introduced pretty long ago, I've read far beyond point of his introduction.
Ok. I'll just consided that I forgot about that battle between Guyvers due to reading it long ago. I'll need to reread eveything from the very start if Takaya ever finishes it I guess.
I hate to ask, but what is the point to armoring the area directly in front of your face and leaving only glass panes to the side for you to see out of? Or is there supposedly a monitor in the direct front and the side panes are for peripheral vision?
Myself I'm not sure it's anatomically possible to fit the operator legs in it.
Any time I see power armor where it's anatomically impossible, I always assume that the operator's limbs are all in the torso area or he's using limb extenders (e.g., his hands only reach out to the elbow and everything in front of that is all mechanical, or the legs are still in the torso)
I never really liked the marine armor in SC1, the second game did it much better. When you consider this suit is worn by one of the game's weakest units you realize just how much firepower is being thrown around.
I was thinking the same thing, he's curled up on a little seat inside the chest with a wee control panel infront of him.
Eh I like the classic style, but then again there isn't much about SC2 that I do like.
I think the Terrans themselves are what Starcraft did right, really. The Zerg and Protoss were just ripoffs of the Tyranids and Eldar from 40k, but the Terrans managed to differentiate themselves from the Imperium through the whole "hillbillies in space" thing. Nobody'd really done that before, IIRC, though Serenity/Firefly had some of that later.
I'd like to see both good writing and good art. I have pretty powerful doubts you can deliver on either of these things though, otherwise you wouldn't be on 4chan asking for suggestions.