Hey, wait a second, those orders don’t say anything about “purging” Helix…!
On a more serious note, this week we are employing a multimedia
approach to telling our story. In addition to the traditional comic
format we also plan on using journals, letters, newspaper articles,
postcards, train tickets, tarot cards, magazine advertisements and (if
I can convince Meggie to do it) even stereoscope cards. One of the
things that we both find very interesting about real Victorian and
Edwardian literature is an increased awareness of the sorts of
information that surrounds us all the time in an increasingly “modern”
world. These “artifacts” help the reader to see the story form
another angle. Hopefully they will also make our world just a little
Trithemius on May 11th, 2012, 12:57 am
Advertisement on September 20th, 2017, 3:01 pm
Cross. What a fitting name. I wonder if this is her doing or is Galen putting her up to it? From the letters, things are gonna get shut down if he doesn't show results... soon.
Good think Helix was passing by when he did...
Also, I like the use of historical media in the story-telling! Gives it a time-travel effect as if I'm currently back in that era. The research you all must have done to make this possible is very commendable! Thanks for the experience :)
TRUTHORDARE on May 14th, 2014, 11:13 am