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  • hello,i new mamber in this group.Maybe i will ask many question.Thanks u

  • Seeking comic reviewers.  I am the comics editor at hollywoodjesus.com. Presently, I get comics from Image/Top Cow, Red 5, TopShelf, and occasionally Boom Studios.  You also have free reign to submit reviews of any comics not on the list.  The reviews is looking at the mainstream with a spiritual point of view.

     

    If you love comics, and would like to review, you can contact me at domininaldo1981@gmail.com

  • Thanks, I appreciate it man!
  • That goes both ways bro, if you ever need help with something let me know.
  • No prob! I'm glad it was helpful. Hopefully by year's out I'll be able to send out a script of a mini-comic and get some feedback myself. If I can help support in any other way, let me know.
  • Hey Justin,

    Thanks For Reading LOL! Thanks for your constructive comments, they really helped and I'll look into the things you pointed out. I gave comix tribe a quick glance and I have to thank you for showing me such a useful website ( I subscribed and everything lol ). Again thanks a lot man. :)

  • Hey Josue,

     

    Thanks for sharing your work! I'll preface this by saying that I'm new to scripting as well, and trying to learn the ropes as I work on my first comic. Here's a few general thoughts on the script:

     

    (1) Overall I think you're off to a good start. I think your scripting format works well, and you give good information in your panel descriptions.I'm interested in what's going on, and where you're taking the characters.

     

    (2) In terms of the dialogue, I would suggest maybe breaking up some of the characters' speaking parts. I think some places you may want to consider doing this is with the kid's words in panel 2 of the first page, and some of Derek and Bret's speaking parts.

     

    (3) Make sure to edit the scripts for spelling and grammatical errors. Aside from the few spelling and punctuation issues, It seems like the word "not" may be missing from the panel 5 description on page 1 (i.e., should it read "trying not to get dragged by the monster?").

     

    Just a few thoughts. God's blessings on your comic, and I hope this helps.

     

    P.S. I find this very helpful when working on my scripts. I'm sure you will as well:

     

    http://www.comixtribe.com/category/the-proving-grounds/

    The Proving Grounds : ComixTribe
  • http://marinesofchristcomics.blogspot.com/2011/09/real-life-real-ho... Writing this comic and would love to share it with you guys, read it and tell me what you think. :)
    Real Life/ Real Horror # 1 Excerpt
    Hello and God Bless, I'm writing a new comic, REAL life/REAL horror. Right now I'm still in a development stage, barely writing my first d...
  • Right now i am trying to get all of my stories in a "Treatment" type of organization.  That includes gathering all my notes out of my various writing journals, and all the stuff I have on my laptop, and get my stories together.  I like to cross genre's in my stories.  Usually, I like to have a secondary character be a Christian and have him/her lead by example and lead the main character to Christ or conversion--or even towards serious contemplation on why become a Christian.  They find out that the prayer, or life example of their friend, convinces them to either convert or not.  That is usually the secondary story line.  God is always the solution, but not everybody comes to the same conclusion.
  • Hello Paul, it's nice to meet you! What are you working on?
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