My submission to Snowstoat's 'blooper' contestThis is my submission to Snowstoat's "blooper" contest. It's very simple, and not terribly imaginative, I'm afraid.My submission to Snowstoat's 'blooper' contest by ~MarkWilder
The Story of Puck or Peter Maelwine, page 61
Characters: Bonny, and the Boss.
The Boss: "Oh, and also, you're fired. You get much too attached to those children."
(Angrily, Bonny raises her hand, swings at the Boss, and misses. The force of the swing causes Bonny to lose balance and fall headfirst into The Boss. Her momentum carries both of them off-panel)
(The Boss quickly walks back on-panel, smiles nervously at the camera, and tugs the wrinkles out of his suit. His fur is standing on end.)
The Boss: "Ahem."
(The Boss looks down at Bonny.)
The Boss: "...Are you alright?"
Bonny: "Yes... stop the camera."
Antagonist over ProtagonistI'd like to take this time to talk about events that happen to a protagonistAntagonist over Protagonist by *Skythehedgehog47
In my previous topic where I mention how bad stuff was happening to blaze and amy always having to save her,
" blaze is a protagonist so bad stuff is going to happen to her"
This statement is very vague and stupid on two levels, one just because your the protagonist of the story doesn't mean bad stuff has to happen to you specifically, and two it strictly matters on what type of character your using for each character has different situations and they respond to them differently. For one thing blaze is a strong, gun-oh, short tempered fighter type , I actually put her on the same level as knuckles and no I don't believe knuckles is stupid. so any type of trouble she would get in she would get herself out of it, however the comics do not express her in this manner they let her get captured repeatedly for amy to save her and cheaply at that, when we all know blaze isn't the t