In order to make good comics, I truly believe you have to already love comics. First and foremost, I would suggest identifying what kind of book best fits your idea.
It can be hard though for some and you might need a boost. This list is meant as a starting point. You can use these as a springboard to come up with your own concepts and twists. Ready to see the list? Okay — here it comes. Thieves steal a valuable antique. The statue in the town square has a mysterious riddle carved into it.
Miners uncover something while digging. Someone in town is a thief. An energy based creature runs amok, wrecking machinery and gadgets.
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A diplomat has to take a dangerous journey to a hostile area. A haunted house is said to have valuable treasure inside.
Merchants show up, claiming to sell the finest merchandise. A child wanders out deep into the woods and night is quickly approaching.
Strange noises are coming from the forest late at night. An innocent man, imprisoned or awaiting execution, pleads for help. On the opening day of a new business, nothing goes right.
An elderly man recounts his adventures in the days of yore.
Lovers are about to get married — until a long-lost suitor suddenly shows up. A hero goes on a quest for an ancient artifact. A suitor gets humiliated in front of a crush. A young student has to pass a class — or risk dire punishment.
A group of eccentric amateurs enter a local talent contest. A couple has to deal with sudden or pending arrival of a child.Outlining Your Comic Script: Do not start writing a script for your comic without a rock-solid outline. A rock-solid outline includes a clear plan for the beginning, middle and end of your story.
To learn more about this, listen to Lora and I talk about The Ocean and Story Structure. Short comic stories, just like prose, take a very particular set of skills, but getting a publisher to take a chance on you for one short piece (a short story could range anywhere from one page to more than a dozen) can be easier since they're risking less page space (and money) on an unknown.
Short stories are, as their name implies, short, concise and end within about 7, to 10, words -- though many are much shorter. You don't have a lot of room for backstory, so you need to jump right into the plot and drag the reader with you. A great comic strip, especially for the unemployed people, like me.
I am trying to find a job everyday, and to be honest, it is really upset when you receive a rejection letter in the mail box.
Luckly, I was inspired to a brighter future, . Write Comics – How to write your own comic There are many books on how to write comics, like the ever popular “ How to draw comics the Marvel way “, but most of these books tend to skip over the most important part – coming up with a story!
CREATING A HERO If you have read many comic books, particularly Marvel, you know that the majority of superheroes gain their powers in a way that also defines the power itself. Therefore, if you want your hero to shoot lightning from it's body, have him get caught in a power plant accident.