Comic Books and Graphic Novels

Comic books and graphic novels are a natural progression for screenwriters to branch out into. Writing a comic book or graphic novel is similar to storyboarding a script. A graphic novel is nothing more than a story told in comic book form. Once you take a script and turn it into storyboards, you can weave them together to tell a compelling story in a different way than just writing a screenplay.

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Meet the Reader: Comic(s) Book

I was recently given a copy of a very interesting new book called Stan Lee’s How to Write Comics by Stan Lee and Bob Greenberger, a step-by-step guide to crafting scripts for comic books, co-authored by the legendary comics writer, editor, and publisher and co-creator of many of the medium’s most...

Meet the Reader: Celluloid Heroes

At the Second Annual Hero Complex Film Festival, Warren Beatty, John Favreau, Nicholas Meyer, Roberto Orci, Alex Kurtzman, Damon Lindelof, Mike Mignola, and Richard Donner gathered to celebrate filmic (Wrath of Khan), comic (Superman), and screenwriting (Tom Mankiewicz) heroes. Ray Morton was there.