I loved the people. I loved the community and Subsequently, disliking school and having "no interest in academic study", he believed that there was a "covert curriculum" being taught that was designed to indoctrinate children with "punctuality, obedience and the acceptance of monotony".
In fact, it all came from a conversation with an artist who loved comics and wanted to get back into drawing again. I was telling him of my experience at comic con when the British Web series team invited us to be on a panel and how I would have loved to have been an even bigger part of it.
The idea of making my own graphic novel was born! I heard Tim Kring speak at SXSW in and he talked about multiplatform storytelling which is what led me down the rabbit hole.
When one of the actresses on season 4 of Heroes was shooting a movie, he made her character go on a mission and she continued that in an online comic where the writers introduced the carnival that became part of the main storyline in season.
If Tim Kring could do it… So I embarked on my current 7 month journey. But how do I show what happened in New York from day one?
A series of comics! Two 24 page comics in fact. So I reached out to an artist I love the work of to try to create a comic starting on the first day of the Rapture with the New York characters who will be in the filmed series and how they deal with it, how the government cracks down, the fear, the problems, etc.
In that world, America is scary — at first it seems fun and exciting and bewildering — but then it turns sinister as the government starts rounding up anyone who can Rapture for experiments.
This would lead up to where the filmed show will continue. And if there is interest in the comic itself, then hopefully the partnership could continue following some of the side characters as they live in a post-apocalyptic world of love, sex, danger, mystery, and a bit of sci-fi.
Comixology often has free comics on offer and you can get previews of comics you may want to look at and for the most part you can get a good feel of it straight away. DO NOT embark down this road if you have not done this. Have they done it better?
You want to stand out from the hundreds and thousands of graphic novels out there. Why put in all your time, effort and money into something that no one will look at? So my first artist and I made an agreement for him to work at a reduced rate for me.
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I knew he was busy but thought we could balance it OK. Turns out his other work took all of his time and I only got one initial page after 4 months of back and forth.
At the same time, I was at the London Screenwriters Conference and heard Tony Lee speak and he encouraged anyone who wanted to create indie comics to look for a partner. Then you were in it together.
And you both worked hard to create the vision. The problem with working on an indie comic is that both parties are doing it for potential gain so it gets put on the back burner.
And have the time for it. This helps determine what kind of artist you want and how you want to script. Warren Ellis has put together a post outlining a few cool comics that were made just for the web and what you have to think about in terms of web.
But you have to also think, do you want to print this? Print comics always have reveals on the even number pages as you build up on the odd number of pages and make them flip the page for the reveal. Originally I thought about doing a single page but then people who have to scroll could find this annoying as that format is not built well for tablets, etc.
I so wanted to do this but a shorter version of it so maybe 4 official pages but there would be movement between them.
I loved it as it reminds me of a flip book.
Think — can I tell it in 7 panels, in 4, in 3, in 1? You have to motor through and make people want to flip through the pages. This is a great blog post about different script formats and is a must read.
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