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SYNOPSIS: "Chris Ellis is a comic book writer/artist who is on the verge of what he thinks will be mainstream success with a self-published comic project he's created. He's got a trip planned to a major comic convention in California where he'll be meeting with a important talent agent in hopes of expanding his project to the next level.
Leaving his beloved wife and son behind, he sets off for a plane trip to California. On the way, however, his plane drifts into a mysterious storm. An errant bolt of lightning destroys the plane and sends Chris into the abyss. He crashes down into an ocean below and is rescued by a band of sea-faring nomads, brought on-board a strange, hovering sail-ship that is moving towards a vast alien metropolis in the distance. He's not on Earth anymore.
The question is: How did he get here and how can he get back home?"
The script is written largely in screenplay format. I hope you guys dig it, as it'll give an idea of what to expect from the art.
There may be some typos here and there. If you find any, I apologize.
The shots at the end are really interesting and effective teasers.
Kinda surprising you haven't already worked for the larger comic companies or published your own stuff(well, not that i'm aware of, at least). Considering the mainstream, you're easily and by far a better artist and writer than most.
It'd also be nice to see something written more in a comic book script style.
I've never written anything in comic script style. I've written 4-5 screenplays and I kind of like the format so I've been using that.
I have been putting together a X-rated comic art pay site, though, and that will also eat up a bit of my time to put out weekly content consistently(at least two fully-colored pinups per week) and then on top of doing the PFIC webcomic would leave me little time to do commissions. To be honest, I hope the upcoming conventions go well enough to where I can finish up my current commissions and then stop taking new ones for awhile so I can focus both on the paysite content and the PFIC comic.
Whatever the case, putting it online is always an option. The website needs not be exclusively about X-rated material. It could simply be all-around about your stuff(art/writing/etc.); PFIC, and potentially other stories, may well end up being just as much of an attraction.