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Old 02-03-2019, 11:50 PM   #61
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No one else does.
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Old 02-04-2019, 01:05 PM   #62
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I'm glad you guys are piping in and it looks like you want self-containment, I mean self-contained stories. So let's do it. I'd be perfectly willing to create a sub-section off the main site to showcase online strips you can own and promote your own characters and ideas.

The only thing I'd like to do is serialize them, think like a newspaper as opposed to comic books. I know some of you will want to repurpose for the printed form, that's fine. Just do your pages like normal and just reformat to showcase on the side. I did this with Fist of Justice and turned them into daily comic strips with a little Photoshop tweaking. If you need to see examples, let me know.
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Old 02-04-2019, 05:04 PM   #63
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eDuke - If the characters created are suitable to serials, then sure thing. That sounds like a good idea. But short, stand alone stories will be great too.

Bishop - hahaha, cheers.
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A serial is something I can't afford to do. It takes continuity in time.
Therefore, it becomes a job. And time for long lasting unpaid projects I don't have.
Working for free, a self contained, short story, 3 to 6 pages long, can be made all at once.
A couple of days or few weekends and that's it. Is done.
We all can see and enjoy the results. IMHO.
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A serial is something I can't afford to do. It takes continuity in time.
Therefore, it becomes a job. And time for long lasting unpaid projects I don't have.
Working for free, a self contained, short story, 3 to 6 pages long, can be made all at once.
A couple of days or few weekends and that's it. Is done.
We all can see and enjoy the results. IMHO.
this I also agree with.
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I agree with sevans, Scribbly and 12013. Let's create self-contained shorts and populate the sub-section Eduke mentioned!
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Self-contained shorts are the way to go, specially in this South American heat...
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Y si..lo que mata es la humedad Don Facundo.

Self-contained shorts are the way to go!
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Where do I have to look for activities like this?
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So, lets try and get this thing started.
What will the first theme or style be? Sci-fi, Horror, Bad Superheroes, Comedy
And when will the deadline be?

Then we get all the people who want to be involved, and how.

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Ok. I have a suggestion about the theme for the group project.
What about the American Federal Holidays for theme? Remember? These special days when we don't go to work and we all are celebrating or commemorating some important social event? These are:

1-New Year's Day

2-Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

3-George Washington’s Birthday

4-Memorial Day

5-Independence Day

6-Labor Day

7-Columbus Day

8-Veterans Day

9-Thanksgiving Day

10-Christmas Day

So, each author- participant can pick a Holiday and work his own take/ story around it. Go wherever you want with this. Three to six pages long. How do you like it?
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As a non-american...this doesn't appeal to me.
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As a non-american...this doesn't appeal to me.
OK. Fair enough. What about comics? Do American comics appeal to you... being non-American?
What about Christmas or New Year's day, these dates aren't appealing at all?
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You should do a comic about various people with spider like abilities from across the multiverse and call it, Digital Webbing Verse!

My character Clem Fandango has Spider powers and is the first gay Palestinian super hero, analytics and demographics will prove beyond a shadow of a doubt this concept will be a complete hit among the average comic book readers.
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Good Luck Morganza.

Scribbly: I like any comic that appeals to me. Mostly American stuff, but Tintin, Asterix, Valerian, 2000ad virtually anything.
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