PITCH 2018

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10 thoughts on “PITCH 2018

  1. Alex says:

    The concept of Osaka Mime feels like the Japanese version of the film Bright, starring Will Smith. I wouldn’t mind reading that but I would like to see what the creators do in an east-asian context.

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  2. Barry says:

    While I found each story interesting and creative, “Osaka Mime” really left me craving more, is this how the mimes feel? The “Unknown enemy” aspect is a personal favourite of mine and really harps back to “It follows” and “The thing” presenting an uneasy element of “You cant trust anyone”!

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  3. Bart says:

    Pantheon’s End left me with am unsatiable appetite of where we are, what we are doing, and where we are going. It builds itself great for a short 60pg comic. Great dialogue and pace too. I would love to see it made into a graphic novel. I can’t really compare it to anything because its unique. That would be why i like it then The Goodes a bit more then then osaka mime.

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  4. Z says:

    Osaka mime. A interesting concept that I havent seen in a way like this before. I would FOR SURE get if published!!! I rate it a Solid 8/7.9!

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  5. Hannah says:

    The Goodes is original and fresh — multilayered in themes and plot, with intriguing characters and a wry wit. A substantial — but also fun and exciting — story. More, please!

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