Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Storm- Storm Warning -Dan Hill

PAGE FIVE

Panel 1
Close up on NAMOR.

NAMOR: You came here expecting some playful back and forth.

Panel 2
Fixed panel. Namor, bored.

NAMOR: I’m busy, so I’ll save you the trouble.

NAMOR: I did it.

Panel 3
Wide panel; We’re in a meeting room somewhere in Atlantis. The entire room is made of a strange, see through material. Looking outside it’s apparent we’re somewhere hundreds of feet beneath the ocean.

In the room itself is a table, Namor at one end, STORM at the other. Some ATLANTEAN GUARDS also dot the room. Storm is not in her X-Men uniform, but a functional black suit that would look at home on a Navy Seal.

STORM: I know. But that Roxxon rig was in Genoshan waters.

STORM: We may be broken and battered, but we are rebuilding and we will not tolerate this kind of aggression.

Panel 4
Back on Namor, he gestures his hands to indicate their surroundings.

NAMOR: Look where you are. You do not frighten me Ororo Munroe.

Panel 5
Angle on Storm, not taken in by Namor’s arrogance.

STORM: I could rip the air from your gills right now.



Panel 6
On Storm still, now standing up as if ready to leave.

STORM: I could bring typhoons and disasters down on this kingdom by merely thinking about it.

STORM: So, I advise you to look where you are, Namor McKenzie.

Panel 7
Tight on Namor, not amused.

NO COPY

Panel 8
On Namor, breaking out into a predatory smile.

NAMOR: My mistake Madam President.

3 comments:

  1. HA! And again, I say HA! The political back and forth, the arrogant posturing, the way Storm uses Namor's LAST NAME...I love pages like this. Nice work, Mr. Hill.

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  2. It's kind of fun to see moments like this, where both of us went for different versions of the same basic idea (A Storm/Namor page), and to then compare them and see what direction we each went with it.

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  3. Yeah, having her using Namor's last name to undermine his majesty was a great touch.

    She does have the presence to pull off Presidential.

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