1. rbruning

    Well, Jason, for one thing, I can tell you that it was NOT easy it was to take the static images of the comic page and convert them to even simple motion. Frankly it was a lot more work than anyone anticipated. The ideal way to do something like this is to create art that’s layered and intended to be animated, including storyboards.
    Of course, that eliminates bringing classic comics “alive” so…

    It’s also expensive to create these and time-consuming. We have yet to see if there’s a market for these yet.

    Great care and attention were paid in the creation of these but compromises had to be made. Is it a success? That’s up to the viewer to determine. Some people really like these, others – eh, not so much.

  2. Richard, the best always make it LOOK easy. Having done a bit of digital manipulation myself, I know that this was difficult, time-consuming, and expensive. I hope it is successful, though, and that the price of production will come down.