Category Archives: Writing a Comic Book Poem

Writing a Comic Book Poem – The Good One

Imagination and looking to the future. This is what I was looking to convey with this Comic Book Poem. It feels like a nice conclusion to this series. It is optimistic and passionate without being trite or didactic. It is … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – How Can I Depend On You

From a writing point of view this is fairly straight forward. It is about leaving and going somewhere new. It is about trying new things and going away without leaving a trace. The difficulty is conveying this visually without appearing … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – A Brilliant Career

Time and anticipation are the themes of this Comic Book Poem. This is obvious in the text and is expressed quite succinctly. The title is more of a reference to the visuals which will be explained in the ‘Illustrating a … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Stuff To Do

Repetition and strong, harsh imagery are what make up the writing of this Comic Book Poem. The title – Stuff To Do – is very negative and makes the reader think that the victim of the Comic Book Poem was … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Infront

The text of Infront is fairly bleak. We paint a dismal picture but turn it around in the last line and offer hope and beauty. I think this is one of the creative things you can do with short Comic … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Just Like

El Topo is a film by director Alejandro Jodorowsky. I wanted to briefly convey what this movie entails through the short haiku like Comic Book Poem. I think the text conveys a confident and proud character without being too descriptive … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Out Come The Wolves

This Comic Book Poem is fairly obscure and only really works in tandem with the visuals. The text gives little away, but it does show the we are dealing with communication and how people interact verbally. Give the text a … Continue reading

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