Veteran comic and video game writer Jon Lock has just launched The Comic Writer’s Journal, to provide creators a simple framework for bringing their comic stories to life. In this session, Jon and Tyler will discuss some of the key elements comic writers should have in place before sitting down to write their scripts, and tools that help enable more effective comic creation.
Highlights of This Session Include:
- Why Jon created The Comic Writer’s journal?
- Unique challenges comic book creators specifically face, and how The Comics Journal helps tackle them.
- Jon’s reflections on spending more than a decade on his magnum opus comic, The Afterlife.
- Plus: Tyler celebrates a new personal best on Kickstarter.
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Today’s Featured Guest:
Jon Lock is the writer and creator of Afterlife Inc. and numerous other comics. He’s the cofounder of Big Punch Studios. He also writes video games, including the upcoming Toxic Crusaders for Retroware.
Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:
The Comic Writer’s Journal Kickstarter
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What would the must have elements be in your own comics writing journal? How does Jon’s journal stack up?