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Writers on Comics Scriptwriting Mark Salisbury

Writers on Comics Scriptwriting By Mark Salisbury

Writers on Comics Scriptwriting by Mark Salisbury


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Summary

Through a series of interviews, notable names in comics scriptwriting talk candidly about their profession and reveal the mechanics of their work. This guide is aimed at fans, professionals, would-be writers and anyone who wonders exactly how the writer's mind works.

Writers on Comics Scriptwriting Summary

Writers on Comics Scriptwriting by Mark Salisbury

The biggest names in comics scriptwriting talk candidly and frankly about their profession, their approach to writing and the comics industry as a whole. Through a series of interviews, these luminaries in the comics field reveal the mechanics of writing for comics and, in the process, a great deal about themselves. Packed with personal information, contentious views and humorous anecdotes, this is both an exploration of the writer's craft and a who's who of the hottest comics' talent around today, for fans, professionals, would-be writers and for anyone who's ever wondered exactly how the writer's mind works. Gathers together the best writers working in comics today, including Todd McFarlane (Spawn), Garth Ennis (Preacher), Frank Miller (Dark Knight Returns, Sin City), Grant Morrison (Invisibles, JLA) and Neil Gaiman (Sandman), with extracts from the writers' original scripts.

Additional information

GOR001612210
9781840230697
184023069X
Writers on Comics Scriptwriting by Mark Salisbury
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Titan Books Ltd
1999-05-14
256
N/A
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