GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby Ross SC » 08 Oct 2009 21:36

it's aimed @ kids..........
tiny heads.
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby gung-hoeddie » 08 Oct 2009 21:40

well it's on now.. so not to worry.
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby Red Laser » 08 Oct 2009 21:49

Are you close to blacking out yet eddie? or is it on your other head?
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby jamarmiller » 09 Oct 2009 07:43

we really should organize some sort of writing campaign or petition to get the Red Shadows back particularly aimed at Panini
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby Sundance » 09 Oct 2009 10:43

i suggested that months ago.

i also planned to write a story featuring them and everyone told me it was a waste of time.
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby Double-Tap » 09 Oct 2009 13:12

Sundance wrote:i suggested that months ago.

i also planned to write a story featuring them and everyone told me it was a waste of time.



not a waste of time just too soon.
get established first with some roc style stories..then release the Shadows.
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby Red Laser » 09 Oct 2009 13:25

They are doing a long story anyway at the moment so it may take awhile to unfold. They did however say to submit your bases to their website. I would submit mine except I haven't yet got any ladders for it.
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby The Baron » 09 Oct 2009 13:26

Exactly what Double-Tap said. When IDW took over the reins of the GI Joe comics, Jamar and I and several others started posting about Red Shadows on their forums and it got a very mixed response. The moment was too soon and we did ourselves no favours by pushing for a different direction during an uncertain time. Whereas DDP had listened and welcomed our input, IDW were still establishing a footing.

I am optimistic that we can work with Panini, I particuarly want to have a creators Q&A panel at the proposed BFRB convention.
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby Double-Tap » 09 Oct 2009 13:46

its also essential to find out what their submission guide is.

i would also try and contact an assistant editor rather than the main editor.
generally editors are busy people who may not have the time to assess every script proposal but assistants are generally more receptive to up and coming writers/artists.

would also really advise you to team up with an artist to breakdown/story board anything you come up with.
personally i hate reading scripts and its easier to read/scan a story thats already been broken down even if the art is pretty basic
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Re: GI JOE - Rise of Cobra #3

Postby jeffbohn » 09 Oct 2009 19:49

What's the gift for issue #4?

I have a feeling my daughter will be stealing my wristband from issue 3!

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