Writing a Comic Book Poem – Last Night

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From a writing perspective, Last a Night focuses on an unnamed character and his torment. This character is finding it hard to deal with the loss of a sibling. Ten years have past and the character finds his senile mother mistaking himself for his deceased brother.
The text is short and succinct and looks to convey this story in only 6 lines. Please view the text below, but as with all the Comic Book Poems, they are best read with the visuals.

Last Night
Last Night I saw you
But it might gave been the mirror.
You were ten years older
And a lonely decade has passed since you were put in the ground.
Our eyes too similar for our old mother to tell the difference anymore.
So was it you? Or the mirror.

 

 

 

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Last Night – Comic Book Poem

The Final Comic Book Poem of Series 4 is Last Night. Please give it a read below.

The individual Pages are below:

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A slideshow of Last Night is below:

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Last Night – Preview – Comic Book Poems

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Here is a teaser/preview for the final Comic Book Poem in Series 4. It is called Last Night and will go live on 30 March 2015. Check back at the blog to see the final Comic Book Poem.

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Illustrating a Comic Book Poem – This Morning

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This Morning is of a style that I am going to follow on in several Comic Book Poems in the future. Possibly for the last one in Series 4 (you’ll have to check next week to see) and definitely for more Comic Book Poems in Series 5. Pen, Ink, Markers and bold, brash character designs.

 

 

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – This Morning

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I’ve stopped adding the text to the ‘Writing a Comic Book Poem’ blog posts. This is mainly because I want readers to experience the text on the page. Sometimes I feel I give too much away with these posts and that I should leave the reader to make their own mind up. In ‘This Morning’ I would like to leave the words open to interpretation. Any readers can leave a comment saying what it means to them below.

 

 

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This Morning – Comic Book Poem

The Ninth Comic Book Poem of Series 4 is This Morning. Please give it a read below.

The individual Pages are below:

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A slideshow of This Morning is below:

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This Morning – Preview – Comic Book Poems

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Here is a teaser/preview for the Ninth Comic Book Poem in Series 4. It is called This Morning and will go live on 23 March 2015. Check back at the blog to see the final Comic Book Poem.

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