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Nick has asked me :icontadpole7: to give a shout out about his new book.  I recommend checking out his
informative site at     Facebook
He works as a story consultant, editor, and writer with the bulk of his work being in the indie comic and video game market.
You can checkout his work on Ironclad Ned Kelly Alien Killer…

The following description is from Nick Macari's website.


Towards the end of 2015 I was inspired to write a book on “How to write comics and Graphic Novels.”
This came about for two reasons.

Firstly, as a writer I’m always reading, looking to improve my craft and ability.

Although I’m a seasoned writer, I often buy new “how to write books” looking for that one nugget or insight that makes the purchase and time spent reading worthwhile.

I noticed with many of the comic writing books, they focused as much–if not more–on other aspects of comic production besides the writing. To be honest, I’ve already had a publishing company and I don’t really care what Stan Lee was up to in the 70’s. I mean sure,  that stuff is interesting, but when I want to read about writing craft–well, I want to be reading about writing craft.

Secondly, I work with a lot of new talent, self publishers and aspiring writers. Many of them are so passionate about writing in the comic medium, they don’t really spend a lot of time learning about the craft. Armed with a generalized writing comprehension, they simply push the world out of the way and jump into writing comics feet first.

Passion is required.

But passion tempered with knowledge and a strategy, attracts success.

So for these two primary reasons, I decided to sit down and put together a small (90 page), but informative guide.

A go-to bible if you will on writing comics and graphic novels.

And so, “The Working Writer’s Guide to Comics and Graphic Novels” was born.

Like I said, I spend a good amount of money myself buying books to hone my own skills. I’ve bought plenty of books for $25… $35… $40. Books that really didn’t bring much to the table other than great eye candy.

Ultimately, with this guide, I wanted to produce something that would come across as a huge value. Something I myself would buy and say, “that was money well spent.”
Buy it Now:
Order directly from me for $20. Just shoot me an email, – I eat the $6 shipping cost.

If you’re more comfortable ordering through a vendor, you can grab one on Amazon for a few dollars more on the shipping, or get it for the same $20 cost if you’re one of those fancy pants prime members. Here’s the Amazon…

the Working Writer’s Guide to Comics and Graphic Novels

If you buy the book and have any questions on the material presented or on some other aspect of comic writing, please drop me a line.

I wrote this book to help folks.

Whenever I have a free minute in-between projects, I’m more than happy to respond to questions, either here on the site in a post or directly in email.
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SkylineStudio4 Featured By Owner Jan 28, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I'm looking for a 2D artist to do a comic book cover for a couple of my work projects. Anyone interested please let me know. 
elgwen Featured By Owner Jan 22, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
69 Thanks A by elgwen 69 Accept by elgwen  
UNtethered-Studios Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
Will you guys do anymore of the contests? 
Tadpole7 Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2016
Yes, I'm planning to kick off a Triple Decker Contest on March 1rst. I'd start it on Feb 1rst but I'm moving about that time.

If you have a particular type of contest let me know.
UNtethered-Studios Featured By Owner Jan 14, 2016  Professional Digital Artist
I would like to try my hand at the inking or color portion
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