Hi bb! Yes, there is. In Islam (because we operate on a lunar calendar), crescent moons are symbolic of new beginnings… And I’ll leave it there for now (though I’ll try to provide more context once I’ve done a few character intros). xoxo
Humanoids has named Eisner award-winning writer Mark Waidas Publisher. In his new role, Waid will lead the content strategy for Humanoids’ LA-based office. In addition to taking the reins as day-to-day creative lead for the company, Waid will be responsible for overseeing editorial, sales and marketing; expanding Humanoids’ relationships within the creative community; and deepening its ties…
Love Me, Love Me Not
Yuna & Akira are complete opposites & have very different opinions when it comes to falling in love. Even though they have different personalities they become friends. Yuna becomes attracted to Rio, who is Akira’s brother & Akira sparks a connection with Kazuomi, who is Yuna’s best friend.
Yuna Ichihara: A bit shy, but has a positive attitude & hopes to have a love like shojo manga.
Akari Yamamoto: Headstrong, down-to-earth & has a realistic view on love.
Rio Yamamoto: Goes with the flow of things, the popular boy in school & wants to date a pretty face.
Kazuomi Inui: Outgoing & friendly, is not shy to speak his mind.
Well, I’ve just written 3000 words worth of text messages between Tameez and the mystery woman in the security cam screencap (with plenty more waiting in the wings)… So I guess it’s fair to say that Badtameez is thus far going swimmingly! Here’s hoping it stays that way, though I’m very pleasantly surprised by how rewarding (albeit challenging) the graphic novel development process has been already. 🤞🏾
New graphic novel coming out later this later! I wonder what the comics will be about.
Happy President’s Day!
The moments people remember from childhood are the small, precious ones. Isabelle Bridges-Boesch and her father Jeff Bridges bring those small moments to life in their new children’s book Daddy Daughter Day.
Written by Isabelle Bridges-Boesch, with illustrations by Jeff Bridges himself, Daddy Daughter Day is the story of a simple, fun day from Isabelle’s youth when one morning, Belle wakes up…
I’m currently looking over Image Comics and they seem to have a very good history with successful works, having garnered many award nominations. I might submit to them when I feel ready, but I’ll address a present issue.
It’s about whether or not I draw my book or have another artist do it.
As much as I want to draw it, I don’t feel confident in my artistic abilities, and I cannot draw everything that aren’t animals (buildings, cars, humans, weapons, etc). And I end up hating everything I draw, which will only make me feel worse.
I REALLY want to get this thing written and published but I don’t want to delay it by spending another 5 or 10 years struggling to draw humans and other things to make it happen. I think I can just draw the characters, but have another artist do the backgrounds and other elements…?
I don’t know what to do…
Should I just draw the comic myself or hire a professional illustrator???
I suffer from horrible perfectionism. It really makes me feel insecure. The idea seeing heavily flawed art immortalized on a shelf is a nightmare for me…
Tom Taylor is a multi-award winning comic book writer who has created DC’s Injustice: gods among us. The art of the front cover of this Graphic novel looks amazing. It has lighting that makes the characters look realistic, and the shading on the bodies has me thinking about how serious the front cover looks.
However, the art in the pages don’t look as epic as the front cover. Instead, the look colourful and brighter than the front cover. That is what I like about that, because it helps me see the world as a bright place. In my eyes, I like images that show bright colours, because bright colours symbolizes joy in the world.
Tom Taylor is not only a writer, but a play-writer and a screenwriter. He was also involved in other projects too, such as Darth Maul: Death Sentence And Star Wars: Blood Ties. After writing for the star wars series, he has moved onto the DC comics to write his own dc superhero stories.
Sharkey’s got gambling debts and a soft spot for sad case kids. He’s more bluster than he is hardcase and that’s how he won me over. When the universe’s largest bounty falls in his lap as he’s transporting a tag along soon to be adolescent side kick, Sharkey’s got to out: wit, shoot, fight, fly, and trash talk the competition and the bad guys to survive. Sumptuous art throughout.
BOOM! Studios has revealed a first look at the new original graphic novel The Lost City of Heracleon, written by Bruce Livingstone and illustrated by Mike Willcox, about two boys who embark on an impossible journey through time and space in order to save the universe, available in June 2020.
Called to adventure, young boys Lou and Shiro find themselves on an inter-dimensional submarine…