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Messages - Celtic Minstrel

I agree that, in general, it's not necessary to know the identity of a cameo — if you don't know who they are, then they simply seem like one of the "extras", ie characters who appear once (often in the background, or in a crowd) and are never seen again. Even without cameos, such characters exist.
Quote from: fesworks on May 12, 2009, 08:46:35 PM
as well as working on some old "IOU" arts.
I recall a while ago you were offering to draw people's characters for BSDF... which seems to have died, but whatever. I suppose that offer is probably dropped by now?
I dunno if the cameos would really be a legal nightmare... at worst you'd need explicit permission from every cameo's creator to include the character in the print comic.
Quote from: fesworks on March 23, 2009, 12:24:34 AM
New idea. Extension of #2 and #3: Make a "new" character to be the Reaper... though, in story, this would be the REAL reaper, and this Reaper had Jack help him out for this particular instance....? That would logically work, and TOTALLY play into this character's... um... character.
This sounds like a reasonable idea.

Switching to Steve could work too, and perhaps you could even use the same explanation of why Jack appeared that one time. Or, you could always do a retcon I suppose...
Why don't you just make your own Reaper? I'm not sure how to deal with the appearance of Jack earlier on, but it seems to me that using a new character would be better than using someone else's character. Cameos are one thing; integrating someone else's character into your comic as a canon character is quite another, and I don't think it would be a good idea to do something like that without permission from the character's owner.