KLANG! is a writer’s commentary by Christopher James Priest, a critically-acclaimed comics writer for major publishers Marvel and DC Comics (Black Panther, Green Lantern: Sleepers, Quantum & Woody), discussing the hit comic book series, Quantum & Woody, which Priest co-created with artist M.D. Bright. The commentary includes The Apocrypha—the six unpublished “lost” scripts from the critically-laud...
File Size: 3408 KB
Print Length: 615 pages
Publisher: Lamercie Park (August 31, 2015)
Publication Date: August 31, 2015
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Word Wise: Enabled
Lending: Not Enabled
Screen Reader: ::::
Format: PDF ePub fb2 TXT fb2 book
- James Priest pdf
- James Priest ebooks
- August 31, 2015 epub
- Literature and Fiction pdf books
- Amazon Digital Services LLC epub
The joseh communications Courage or beginners by karen harrington The ege chronicles book 1 Here Lost and found bluford high series 1 pdf link All art is propaganda Take a giant lea neil armstrong Emian english Read Mars an venus in the beroom ebook baituwosuin.wordpress.com
If you're interested in collaborative art projects like film, tv, etc, Klang! is a pretty good view into the pitfalls of how all this stuff can go comically off course. By the end of this book, I was pretty much sure everyone was a little bit to blam...
Comics series—as well as the six unpublished original drafts from Q2: The Return of Quantum & Woody, published by Valiant Entertainment. Priest’s commentary examines the origin of the series, its original run and untimely demise at Acclaim Comics, as well as the series’ resurgence under the new Valiant Entertainment imprint and the at-times combative development of Q2, wherein Quantum & Woody (and Priest and Bright) reunite for an all-new adventure after more than a decade. Priest’s sardonic, no-holds-barred narrative also broadly canvasses the creative process in general, including the art of graphic storytelling and the challenges of being creative within the high-pressure and often politicized constraints of commercial publishing environments. 26 Chapters, 89,000 words.