Teens! Comic Book Workshop

WANTED: TEEN COMIC BOOK CREATORS!!

On two dates in October — the 10th and 17th — local artist Mike Jordan will be returning to the Auburn Public Library to present another two-part comic book workshop. On both days, Mr. Jordan, the creator of the online comic the Parverian Tales, will be offering the chance for qualified teens at APL to be part of the staff that writes and illustrates the next “APL Presents” comic book. Teens will learn how to script, draw, letter, and ink their own page(s) and with their own character; and all equipment to do so will be provided. In the end, teens will receive a copy of the book they helped to create, and there will be a mini premiere party with prizes.

Teens wishing to participate should note the following requirements:

Before the show, the prospective staff members need to create a character sheet. A clear drawing of their character from the front and from the side view (and from feet to head) with any specific (small or intricate) details shown larger off to the side.
Their name and their abilities should be listed out (on the front, or if there’s no room, on the back is fine), as well as drawing any special effects necessary to represent their powers. (A back story and origin would be suggested but isn’t necessary here).
Characters CANNOT be borrowed from any other existing character other than their own, and cannot even closely resemble an existing character by anyone else. Any of their own characters are fine, even if reprising their past characters from previous issues.
Teens having difficulty coming up with a character should draw themselves as whatever they like to draw. For example, if you like to draw horses, or cars, or whatever, draw yourself as you might appear as a horse or a car or whatever.
Teens must be available for both sessions.
For more information or to sign up (required, as attendance is limited), please contact Donna Wallace at 333-6640, ext. 4. Teens may also sign up by clicking here.

To see what some of the past staff members have produced, or to read Mr. Jordan’s comic, please visit his website at: www.bigredapress.com.