The comics we help create today are often found going viral on social media, being reshared around the web, and featured in magazines, journals and leading forums.
Have you ever daydreamed about what would happen if something was different in your favourite childhood comic book? Imagine if iron-man was a Latina woman raised by an abusive, alcoholic father. How differently would this make-belief iron-woman act in the same situations? What if you have an even better idea for a comic book that can potentially even beat marvel comic book writers. The world of imagination is free from constraints. There are no limits.
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Comic book writing is not the same as screenplay writing or writing a graphic novel. It involves a totally different structure and elements of composition. Directions of a comic script are very detailed.
They are sent to an artist who draws illustrations accordingly and turns the script into what readers recognize as a comic book.
To write a captivating comic, a writer must be well-versed and experienced in the structure, formatting practices and jargons used in the industry by comic book artists.
As veterans in the comic coterie, our writers have worked with passionate beginners and maestros of comic book artwork alike. So you do not have to study the functions and locations of every single item in a panel. Our writers will skillfully write scripts that will create an immaculate representation of your ideas.
Reserve your spot by filling a simple brief form, and be instantly welcomed by one of our cordial project managers, who will take in all the information you have to share about your book.
According to the skills required for your book, the best candidate is selected. The writer thoroughly studies the concept from available information and crafts out of it an outline for your comic for you to approve.
The writer then begins crafting unique, realistic, and lovable characters keeping in view the approved outline. The provided ideas of the author (i.e. client) are held paramount throughout the process. Detailed background, appearance, weaknesses, strengths, powers and other attributes of each character are defined.
The final characters approved in the previous step are set into motion. The writer writes the complete comic’s story as a draft focusing on the story more than the directions. This makes it easier for the client to oversee story development.
If the story draft is approved, the writer converts it into a formal comic book script by rewriting it in the comic script format, adding directions for the artist and all the other essential elements of a comic.
The formal comic script’s final version is sent to the client for approval, and complete satisfaction. We aim to exceed expectations of the client and continue to revise innumerable times until the ideal comic book script is accomplished and the client is contented with the final results.
Comic book writing is like screenplay writing in the sense that it is also a script – although a very different type of script. In screenplay, a considerable chunk of details is left for the liberty of the director. In comic books, the only two major entities involved in the production are the writer and the artist.
The comic book writer has to be more precise in their intentions, descriptions, details and all the little elements of a scene compared to a screenplay writer. All of the information provided by the writer is employed by the artist to draw panels just like the writer intends them to be.
Hence, comic book writing is not just dialogues and basic direction. It is the detailed description of scenes and panels which are turned into drawings by the artist.
Comic book writers can be hired on freelancer platforms like fiverr, upwork, guru etc, as well as dedicated websites for professional groups of writers like Ghostbookwriters. Ideally, it would be best if you research first, then shortlist candidates who fulfill your requirements and only select the one who fits your needs best and has a professional outlook and considerable writing expertise.
Before pouring your hard-earned money on a comic book writer, you need to spend some time examining your potential candidates. Following are the primary criteria that a good comic book writer should be able to fulfill:
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