The ultimate guide for anyone who wants to write dynamic comics, "Writing For Comics With Peter David" teaches readers how to create comics from start to finish. This essential guide: provides easy-to-understand guidance for beginners, as well as seasoned advice for intermediate comic writers; features the expert instruction of highly successful "Marvel and DC" writer Peter David, whose credits include "Spider-Man", "Wolverine" and the "Hulk"; and includes illustrations throughout from major comic publishers, showing readers the creation process from start to finish. With eye-catching package and superior advice, this book is a must have for anyone who wants to write comics or graphic novels.
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Peter David has sold millions of comics and novels. He is well known for his writing on Spider-Man, X-Factor, Wolverine, Supergirl, Captain Marvel, Hulk, Star Trek, Baylon 5 and more. He works with DC, Marvel and Tor Books.From School Library Journal:
Adult/High School–Explaining that ideas are often not as important as their execution, David states, all stories can be boiled down to three fundamental conflicts: Man vs. Man; Man vs. Himself; and Man vs. Environment. He handles each aspect of the topic in a separate chapter that includes exercises. For example, Where Do They Get Those Crazy Ideas? has an exercise called What If? in which the author challenges budding writers to observe people in a public place and make up stories about them based on those observations. The exercise for Dialogue is Character Exploration, in which readers are invited to write diaries or correspondence in their characters' voices. The lessons are easy to digest and can be applied to any kind of writing. The book may not turn all readers into successful comic-book writers, but it will help them improve their work. Illustrations drawn from a variety of familiar comics maintain the mood and, for many readers, are the impetus for taking up the craft.–Dana Cobern-Kullman, Luther Burbank Middle School, Burbank, CA
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