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Iron Man

Iron Man
Iron Man is a fictional character, a superhero that appears in comic books published by Marvel Comics. The character was created by writer-editor Stan Lee, developed by scripter Larry Lieber, and designed by artists Don Heck and Jack Kirby. He made his first appearance in Tales of Suspense #39 (March 1963). Publication history[edit] Premiere[edit] Iron Man's Marvel Comics premiere in Tales of Suspense #39 was a collaboration among editor and story-plotter Stan Lee, scripter Larry Lieber, story-artist Don Heck, and cover-artist and character-designer Jack Kirby.[2] In 1963, Lee had been toying with the idea of a businessman superhero.[3] He wanted to create the "quintessential capitalist", a character that would go against the spirit of the times and Marvel's readership.[4] Lee said, I think I gave myself a dare. In his premiere, Iron Man was an anti-communist hero, defeating various Vietnamese agents. Themes[edit] First series[edit] Later volumes[edit] Related:  Comics

Dark Legacy Comics (When you are out of the country and have no Wacom Pad or Photoshop) 1. Obtain a cutout of your favorite character. (Clearly Keydar) 2. Obtain a nice background. 3. 4. 5. And now you have... Fin. Dark Legacy Comics Best Online Comic Book Store Intro to Graphic Novels So you think you’ve got the next WATCHMEN percolating in your brain? Itching to bring your very own X-MEN to life? Or maybe there’s simply a RICHIE RICH story burning a hole in your skull. Well then, it’s GRAPHIC NOVEL TIME! Writing graphic novel scripts is very similar to writing TV and Feature scripts, and in many ways, is a fun mash-up of the two styles. By following these simple rules, you’ll be well on your way to working for Stan Lee, true believers! Here are the basics to get you started: A “Splash Page” is a 1-panel page in a graphic novel (also referred to as a comic book), meaning the art inside the panel takes up the entire page. Now that you have the basics laid out, time to prep for the writing of your script! First and foremost, you will never have "read enough" to prepare for your graphic novel writing career. Also, study how many panels there are per page. So you think you’ve got the next IRON MAN ready to roll off your fingertips and onto the keyboard—great!

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6 Must Read Websites To Go To If You Are A Childhood Fan Of Tintin Comic Books Many in the United States would do a double take. The adventures of Tintin aren’t really popular over there as it is in the rest of the world. Tintin, the boy reporter is an identifiably European hero. Tintin doesn’t need publicizing because he is right up there in comic book folklore. This blog post takes a look at six of the best Tintin related websites and is also a tribute to the wondrous world of Herge and his Tintin. Tintin.com This is the official site leading up to the release of the movie and the one where you can read up on Tintin and his adventures. Tintinologist This is probably the most exhaustive English language resource on Tintin. If you are a Tintin buff and a traveler, the Tintin Gallery could give you a few spots to check out like shops and Tintin themed sites. Tintin Movie News This is where I found the link that took me to the online Tintin Movie Game (screenshot above). This small blog has an interesting collection of Tintin related articles. Tintinblog Tintinology

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