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jonwes
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Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella PART ONE AVAILABLE!

on Monday, December, 27, 2010 2:31 PM


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CaptainCR
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Monday, December, 27, 2010 4:51 PM
jonwes Wrote:Hey everyone, I just wanted to announce my upcoming novella called Tron: Redemption! It's a fan project I'm embarking on that pics up Tron's story right after Legacy. Part One will be coming up soon, I'm still currently working on it. But I can share the cover painting which I recently finished. I'll keep this thread updated with the latest news.

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pretty awesome poster

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CB2001
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on Monday, December, 27, 2010 5:00 PM
Sweet!


 
TronGate
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Monday, December, 27, 2010 9:25 PM
Nice poster... I'm guessing it is Tron coming out of the Sea of Simulation?


 
jonwes
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Monday, December, 27, 2010 10:15 PM
Thanks everyone!

And yep, that's what it is.


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Tron Unit
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 12:49 AM
Only problem is Rinzler lost both of his disks way back before he fell into the Sea of Simulation.


 
jonwes
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on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 12:56 AM
It's really just more of a dramatic image. I don't know that it has to perfectly relate to the content of the story. It would have been kind of lame just to have his fist coming out of the water. Although it does give me an interesting idea...

When DID Rinzler lose his discs, btw? I didn't even notice. Was it when he fell off the ledge of the Throne Ship as Sam rescues Quorra? Do we see them fall or just that he doesn't seem to have them on his back?


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Tron Unit
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on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:02 AM
Yes, when he falls from ledge the throne ship he loses both discs. They are not seen again. When he jumps through the window with Clu and the Black Guards you can clearly see he has no discs on his back.



 
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:03 AM
jonwes Wrote:It's really just more of a dramatic image. I don't know that it has to perfectly relate to the content of the story. It would have been kind of lame just to have his fist coming out of the water. Although it does give me an interesting idea...

When DID Rinzler lose his discs, btw? I didn't even notice. Was it when he fell off the ledge of the Throne Ship as Sam rescues Quorra? Do we see them fall or just that he doesn't seem to have them on his back?
It was when Sam rescues Quorra. Quorra kicks him he loses his discs and falls over the edge. Later on when he flips back up he doesn't seem to have the discs, and when Rinzler is falling in the sea of simulation he seems to be discless.


 
jonwes
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:03 AM
Good, that works well. I'll have to adjust things slightly but that actually gives me a good idea.


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Tron Unit
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:05 AM
What I don't understand is why the discs didn't return to him like they did in the first film.


 
typicaltronname
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:10 AM
It seems they only return when they are thrown, not when they fall.

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Tron Unit
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:14 AM
So how'd Tron get his disc back in the first film when Giant Sark deflected it and it went spinning off away from Tron? He has it after the MCP is destroyed.


 
typicaltronname
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:16 AM
From what I remember, discs in the first movie return to the program, despite being deflected.

Remember when Tron is trying to hit the base of the MCP, but those "shields" kept his disc from entering the MCP's base? His disc throws were deflected, but they still returned.

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Tron Unit
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:21 AM
Yeah but when Sark deflected it it went spinning off into infinity. We never saw it return.


 
typicaltronname
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 1:24 AM
That true. Well, since the scene cuts away at that point and the MCP is destroyed, after all, I figure it returned somehow, just how is a mystery



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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 2:12 AM
jonwes Wrote:Good, that works well. I'll have to adjust things slightly but that actually gives me a good idea.

Can I help with the writing, Jon?

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typicaltronname
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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 2:26 AM
Didn't say anything before, but the poster looks awesome and I'm looking forward to the story.

Been trying to start a fan-piece myself for the last week or so, but the creative juices are plugged.

At least I have a tag-line for it already.

"A long time ago, in a server far far away..."

I want it to take place in modern day, but in a different server and everything. This way I can incorporate the suits from Tron and have it slowly evolve into the suits from Legacy, just with a classic twist.

For now it's in the old noggin, really looking forward to yours, though. Have you started writing part 1, yet?


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Traahn
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on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 4:07 AM
^-- lol!

You're being funny, right? Hard to tell. Seems like you are. That's basically what T:L did. Put stuff on a different server and had stuff evolve like a Galapagos island.

PS (tangent): I hope the next film isn't called Tron: Revolution


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RE: Tron: Redemption - An Illustrated Novella in Three Parts

on Tuesday, December, 28, 2010 11:39 AM
Traahn Wrote:^-- lol!

You're being funny, right? Hard to tell. Seems like you are. That's basically what T:L did. Put stuff on a different server and had stuff evolve like a Galapagos island.

PS (tangent): I hope the next film isn't called Tron: Revolution

Or worse, Tron: Reloaded.


 
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