Category Archives: Writing a Comic Book Poem

Writing a Comic Book Poem – A Film

This Comic Book Poem looks to present what a camera could capture. Not necessarily from a visual point of view but from an emotional perspective. The words are very much explicit in their approach, but this honesty and precision presents … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Be My Little Pony

Short funny and meets the criteria of a miniature Comic Book Poem. Not much else to say really. I was trying ways to convey humour in a succinct and precise manner. I wouldn’t say this Comic Book Poem has no … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Retina Scan

This is another short Comic Book Poem where we deal with insomnia and the inability to sleep. Various factors can cause different people to stay awake. Sex, too much of it or even a lack of it can very much … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Blind Shame

The text for this Comic Book Poem comes from a real life scene I witnessed of a woman attached to a drip, smoking cigarettes in a no smoking zone outside of a hospital. I formed the scene as a short … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Wherever You Are

Wherever You Are is a self explanatory Comic Book Poem. There are few words and the story involves two characters coming together. I wanted to develop a short and succinct Comic Book Poem in keeping with others in the Series. … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Faces – 5

Faces – 5 is a fractured Comic Book Poem. The words stop and start and don’t follow a cohesive structure. The style is very much antagonistic and is there to challenge the reader and make them consider what a Comic … Continue reading

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Writing a Comic Book Poem – Jarman

Derek Jarman was an English filmmaker, artist, diarist and writer. He is a major inspiration for my work, even though he never worked in illustration and comic books. As he was an experimental artist it is hoped that he would … Continue reading

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