More on the Valkyrie Squadron Reboot

I know. Nobody likes reboots. They’re no fun, but hear me out.

When I started Valkyrie Squadron in 2011, I didn’t have the skills I have now in terms of storytelling, character development, and overall draftsmanship. As a result of that and poor story planning, Valkyrie landed into a ditch. Other creators would pull the plug on such a project, but I still believe in this thing. It deserves a second chance from a bigger, badder Jules, and thankfully, I’m here.

I’ve begun to populate my Twitter, Instagram and Valkyrie Facebook page with artwork from the reboot and I’ve been getting a really positive response. More than that, I’ve begun to feel invigorated by this project again for the first time in a longer time than I would like to admit. Due to my freelance schedule, progress is still going to take a while on the preproduction, but I’ll happily post updates here and on all related Valkyrie Social Media. This is a very exciting time.

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I recently did an interview on TGT Media going over this and the updates in my career trajectory in general. Lots of great stuff on the horizon, guys.

Otherwise, keep your eyes peeled for the incoming art updates!

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4 Replies to “More on the Valkyrie Squadron Reboot”

  1. I honestly wish more comics that run into major plotting issues would consider this, rather than abandoning the story. With an over-time format like webcomics, it’s much more difficult to properly write complex stories. You can’t easily go back and edit chapter 1 when you notice a plot hole in chapter 6 like you could with a book.

  2. Hey,

    Great to hear you are not just dropping off like so many… love the story, and your art is great. Even if you don’t think it is up to what you think it should be.

  3. I am curious as to how the reboot is coming? I love the story so far, and the artwork is fantastic! I can’t wait to see what it looks like after you’re done tuning it.

  4. Woohoo, I was afraid it was dead and buried. Glad I held in there and kept checking 🙂

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