Compared to the art in the DC books a good bit of those examples are pretty weak. I hope those are as unfinished as they look to be and improve a lot when done.
Jon Leitheusser. I'm very excited that they brought him in as the lead designer... I think he'll do a fine job. Disclaimer: I knew him in college and we did a lot of gaming together, so I'm biased.He's not the developer; Jon L. is (I can never spell his name right from memory). SK stepped down as dev, IIRC. Maybe he got tired of doing it, or needed/wanted more time to write games & books rather than just develop others' work.
I'm glad they're expanding the FC universe; I'm going to have to pick up M&M 3e, even though I'm fairly certain we won't be leaving 2e.
Writing and Design: Steve Kenson.Jon Leitheusser. I'm very excited that they brought him in as the lead designer...
Writing and Design: Steve Kenson.
Even looked it up, just to make sure I wasn't totally off there.
Developer != Designer.
And personally, I'm exceedingly glad it's Steven Kenson doing the majority of the game design work. No-one else has what it takes, IMO. YMMV, etc.
Oh no, that's not what I meant at all. Actually, I just have a lot of respect for him as a game designer. Therefore, I think it's in good hands. Not familiar with Jon Leitheusser (previously, anyhow) for example.as you say: keeping the same name on a new edition is a good thing!
Eh. Doubt it'll worry anyone, if I'm anything to go by. The only reason I might've seemed a bit exasperated, is because I posted basically the same thing only a few posts back.Sorry for the confusion.