Wolf Story : BLANK

BLANK is a 100 page graphic novel made between 2011 and 2012, although the story itself was in development for six years.

The comic’s purpose was, mainly, to prove to myself that I could both start and finish a project of this size and scope within a reasonable amount of time, while using the same processes as used by other professionals.

It was a great learning experience that taught me how to letter comic pages, prep the completed pages for print, and how to make my personal process more efficient.

Premise:
Special Agent Dean Lancaster and Paul Storrie don’t work for the FBI, the CIA, or the Department of Defense. They’re a part of a very new branch of the government, the one that’s all about finding and registering American citizens who have super-powers. The D.S.R. (Department of Special Relations) exists to control any negative public response to these Special people, and make sure there’s no one who will use their powers dangerously or selfishly.

But when they investigate the suspicious suicide of a young woman in New Orleans, the last thing they expect to find is evidence of a Special serial killer, the involvement of local organized crime, or illegal genetic experimentation. And yet, that’s exactly what they get.

This is the story of one of the earliest cases in the D.S.R. that also made its history books.

 

Details

10.25 in x 6.5 in

Client: none

Materials Used: 11 x 14 in Bristol Board, Micron Pens, Sharpie, Adobe Photoshop CS3, Adobe Illustrator CS3

Printed through Ka-Blam Publishing

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