Writing Villains: PoV - or - How to engage readers by questioning their safe perspectives and letting them draw their own (villainous) presumptions.
Comic book creation explores our entrepreneurial spirit. Most of us self-publish; our products rise from inner-passions and expressions. Above any supportive networks, like family and friends, we need to elevate our own self-image. I would like to examine how comic book creators forge ahead with their craft and creator identity. Envision a perfect mouse-trap. For …
Abandoning the Comics Code Authority, or, How to Consider A Comic Book Audience and Writing Purpose
Neurotypical Buzzkill: Show me - don't tell me - how we accept ourselves post-April. #autism
Blame fans for recently-declining comic book sales, but lazy and unimaginative writers share more culpability.
(Costs of Changing the World) What to do when many eyes watch you try to do good? Is it ever enough? What's next? Don't break.
Accepting our mortal lot, we pine for someone or something greater than ourselves. Many use their love of family as a comfort. Others gain faith through religious or spiritual practices. Children have numerous bedtime stories and books from which to draw good examples. Regarding autism, we lack definitive representation. No openly autistic government official steps …