Welcome to the supplemental page to "the Working Writer's Guide to Comics and Graphic Novels" and "Storycraft for Comics: Story Discovery and Structure for Building a Bigger Fan Base"

This page showcases various tips and insights into writing comic book scripts (though a lot of the lessons learned can be applied to all story-craft, including novel fiction and screenplays).

Whether you're an aspiring writer looking to learn how to write comics for the first time, or a seasoned veteran, looking to sharpen your skills, there's something on this page for you.

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Writing Craft Tips, Techniques and Discussion

Discovery and Structure

Advice on beginning your journey.

Story Elements

Discussing the cornerstones of story.

Story Mechanics

How the story elements work.

Writing Technique

Specific methods on working with story elements and mechanics.

Process

Broader discussion of technique.

Tips

Shorter but no less important bits of "across the board" advice.

Economics of Comics

The business and financial side of comics (and writing).

Miscellaneous

Everything else.

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