Linear. . . My first issue was very linear. However, I believe that is quite alright; just for the first issue of course. I believe a linear approach used primarily to introduce main characters can be beneficial. It really just depends on how long your story is and the format in which it is presented. … More Make It Unconventional!
I had taken a break. . . It seems that I had written myself into a corner; or maybe it was that I had just left my script open to too many possibilities, at which point I became indecisive. But today that is over. I am determined to push forward. Progress does not happen automatically. … More Sneak Peek! Progress On Issue #2.
It gives me great pleasure to have the opportunity to be able to release Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray’s new graphic novel trailer, ABBADON, produced by Adaptive Books. In this American Western style Comic, Palmiotti takes you back to the late 1800’s into the sin shrouded, dystopian city of Abbadon. Although it seems that the … More ABBADON: A Graphic Novel by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray Trailer Release
I hope to make you all proud. I really do. But if I lose a few of you, I will not fret. The only other person aside from myself whom I seek to really keep on my side is Ima Lou Pack; my grandmother. This may not seem to be a surprise that I have the … More Ima Lou’s Spark.
Sometimes I find revelation in the most seemingly illogical platforms. It is not that I read into them as much as it is that I just keep an open mind. To the average person a comic book, film, or a fictitious novel is just a dream or admitted lie that someone sells for entertainment. It … More Read Beneath The Lines.
It hasn’t been an easy venture, but I can finally say that I am finished with issue one of my first comic book script. I have been moonlighting for the last month, trying to balance my day job and piece together a perfect story. I know where I am going. I have planned the beginning, … More THE END. . .FOR NOW! Issue #1 script finished.
I don’t exist. . . At least not to you at this moment, and that’s okay. When you read the book with my name printed at the bottom somewhere, I don’t want you to see me; but I want you to see my world. It’s not a world that I have created more than it … More You Have Rights To My World.