Friday, September 04, 2009


Dean Trippe's LoComicMotion

As I've mentioned before, I'm a huge fan of Dean Trippe's Butterfly webcomic. (Imagine Robin deciding that, since Batman has a sidekick, why can't he? The sidekick of the sidekick is the star of the strip.)

I don't think I've mentioned here, but posted on twitter or somewhere recently that I recently checked out a much-talked-about "motion comic" online the other day, and was less than impressed. It seemed to me no different than the old Marvel heroes cartoons of the 60s where they would take comic panels and add slight animation and voice-overs.

Well, Dean Trippe has introduced some motion comics of his own.
Utilizing proprietary LoComicMotion Technology, the Butterfly comic, "Burger Night," by writer John Campbell and artist Dean Trippe has been elevated from static line-drawings to the height of cutting-edge motion comic animation, complete with top tier voice acting and a kickin' soundtrack!
Now, behold!

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