I am Kyuubi16. I really love the art you do and I was wondering if I could use your art as cover images for my stories? I'll credit you in the summary.
Also if you have to know anyone who wouldn't mind doing free requests I would like to know. I would to find someone who has a fondness for Naruto crossovers and wouldn't mind doing images based off scenes from my stories.
Also if you know anyone with Fanfiction could you please tell them to check out YourFanfiction, and maybe even post their fanfiction there/spread the word so the site gains more popularity.
I know this is asking a lot, but I'm hoping at least maybe one of these requests would be fulfilled.
I personally prefer Kori's comic incarnation. I liked the cartoon. I liked her interpretation in the carton well enough, but...it didn't feel entirely like Kori to me. The lack of Wonder Girl, Donna Troy, Ravager, Superboy, and many other characters also annoyed me.
You might be pleasantly surprised to know that comic books are available for digital purchase. DC has undergone a complete reboot, so it's easy to jump into the new stories if you would like. If you're interested in Starfire, she is currently appearing in Red Hood and the Outlaws.
movieartmanFeatured By OwnerOct 2, 2011Student General Artist
so i would seem acording to the books colorist who has a deviant art himself said that he is curently working on issue 4 witch starts a new saga witch concentrates on starfire and he promises that she will not aways be like she was in the first issue
By then it will be too late. They have in one issue raped this character almost beyond redemption. And I choose that word delivertely. I see little of the original cheerful, intelligent character that George Perez originally drew, or the beauty warrior Princess from a tropical planet who escaped from Gordian slavers. While often portrayed as dumb, she HAD a brain and was no one's play toy. She may have been many things including sensual, but most of her attributed dumbness was poor writers, misrepresenting her not being familiar with humanity's customs, such as nudity taboos.
Four months down the road, outside of illiterate drooling fanboys wanting cheap titillation, no one will be reading this title. As currently presented the characters are 1 dimensional and completly uninteresting. As the original Teen Titans never formed, they're refering to events which never happened in this "NEW 52" universe. After promising a "dynamic" fresh jump start, you don't get 4 issues to rehabilitate a character. You should already be on your game from day 1.
If you want an example go back to the 1980's New Teen Titans #1 which introduced Starfire. Even before you met her and knew what role she would play, Starfire had established herself and her character in just 4 pages thanks to good writing and art. They have done the same here. But where Wolfman/Perez hit a grand slam, this creative team struck out.