WHAT THE **** did you do the New Waves?
Real Question would be different of course. If I had sit down time with him. I would first explain what it is that I see happens often in writers and then ask the question.
Real :So basically I personally really liked the first Breaker, but the amount of WTF in New Waves is too much. Events, are happening here and there, you are blowing up the circle of characters and creating relationships and events that are just so extravagent. I've noticed that once something gets success, the author will usuaully through literature analysis, spending time thinking on themes, and character maps, overall in the end create something terrible. Great stories in my opinion aren't developed from meticulous over planning and blowing up of themes and build up. They are rather smooth transitions and events that tie into the series itself and help it as naturallly as possible. I feel like New Waves is suffering from the robotic planup that many authors have after a first successful series. Do you agree, not agree? what are your thoughts about this process that authors go through, and what did you do in New Waves as for planning?
Wow, quite a long, a bit negative question. Sure, I'll try to rephrase it to sound a bit more neutral and I will probably ask them. I hope they can speak English or at least have a translator. I also want to ask them what made them change the art style. The Breaker art style was page one, chapter one in the manwha guide to art but in New Waves it feels a bit shounen like.