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The DC Comics guide to writing comics

Author: Dennis O'Neil
Publisher: New York : Watson-Guptill, 2001.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Batman" editor and writer Dennis O'Neil provides instruction on writing comics, discussing story structure, drama, subplots, characterization, script preparation, miniseries and maxiseries, graphic novels, ongoing series, story arcs, the Levitz paradigm, megaseries, adaptations, and continuity.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Dennis O'Neil
ISBN: 0823010279 9780823010271
OCLC Number: 46616529
Notes: Includes index.
Description: 128 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm
Contents: Introduction by Stan Lee --
What are comics? --
Full-script versus plot-first --
Story structure --
Creating drama --
Subplots --
Characterization --
Script preparation --
Miniseries --
Graphic novels --
Maxiseries --
Ongoing series --
Story arcs --
Levitz paradigm --
Megaseries --
Adaptations --
Continuity --
Denouement.
Other Titles: Guide to writing comics
Writing comics
Responsibility: by Dennis O'Neil ; introduction by Stan Lee.

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"Batman" editor and writer Dennis O'Neil provides instruction on writing comics, discussing story structure, drama, subplots, characterization, script preparation, miniseries and maxiseries, graphic novels, ongoing series, story arcs, the Levitz paradigm, megaseries, adaptations, and continuity.

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