Submitted by Scott Story on July 15, 2009 - 11:04
Can you believe itâ€™s already Wednesday?Â Where the heck did the week go!Â Sheesh.
We got in a fresh new shipment of our trade-paperback, â€œJohnny Saturn: Synns of the Father,â€ today.Â We are expecting our shipment of Johnny Saturn no. 9 any day now, but very likely this week.Â This gives me a warm heart.
Submitted by Scott Story on April 27, 2009 - 11:02
A Conversation with Benita Story, Co-Writer on Johnny Saturn, by Scott Story
Most of you know it by now, but Benita Story is an integral part of the team that creates Johnny Saturn. She is also my wife. What follows is a casual conversation about what she does, and her views on it.
Scott: Benita, how did your role as a co-writer on â€œJohnny Saturnâ€ come about?
Submitted by Scott Story on April 15, 2009 - 20:42
Benita and I have a deal: Iâ€™m the guy who gets out in public and pushes our comic, and she keeps a low profile, keeping our privacy safe.Â Itâ€™s worked well.Â With that in mind, and in the spirit of being a typically self-centered artist, here are some things about me:
Submitted by Scott Story on March 14, 2009 - 04:01
Death on the Docks by Scott Story - Part XI - Copyright 2008 Story Studios LLC.Â All rights reserved.
Manny Calabria wondered just how far he would have to hike along the interstate before someone gave him ride.Â Probably all the way to Indianapolis, he thought wryly.Â Dirty, tattered and bloody as he was, everyone probably assumed he was dangerous and passed him by.Â Normally, he was dangerous, but not tonight.
Submitted by Scott Story on March 7, 2009 - 04:01
Death on the Docks by Scott Story - Part X - Copyright 2008 Story Studios LLC.Â All rights reserved.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 28, 2009 - 04:01
Death on the Docks by Scott Story - Part IX - Copyright 2008 Story Studios LLC.Â All rights reserved.
Decorum did not see the bomb coming.Â Rather, she saw Detective Buchanan and his remaining two men leap from their cover behind the crates and run, hell-bent for leather.Â When she turned to see what had spurred them to flight, the silver ball that had so recently mounted Dr. Synnâ€™s cane rolled under Bombastic and Shadowcowl.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 24, 2009 - 00:02
This is from the blog Topics For All, posted on February 10, 2009.Â Unfortunately, I couldnâ€™t find the authorâ€™s name, even if I like what he says:
Designed by Benita and Scott Story, Johnny Saturn gave a new definition to the concept of web comic. There is a main super-hero tale at the core with a mystery man thatâ€™s been through lots of challenges in a life where there is an eternal battle between the forces of good and evil.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 22, 2009 - 21:45
This is a short presentation Benita and I brainstormed to be delivered at a recent Writerâ€™s Retreat. This might be of some assistance to those prose writers who are looking to break into the graphic novel or webcomic scene.
Writing for Comics:
By Scott Story and Benita Story, Â© 2009
DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PROSE AND COMICS WRITING
Whereas prose is very descriptive, establishing the narrative through words and the theater of the mind, comics are primarily a visually based.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 21, 2009 - 04:01
Death on the Docks by Scott Story - Part VIII - Copyright 2008 Story Studios LLC.Â All rights reserved.
Dr. Horatio Synn climbed down from the semi truckâ€™s cab, surveyed the scene, and clucked in disapprovalâ€”these meddlesome meta-heroes had made a real mess of things!Â It had taken a mere forty-five seconds for the mercenaries, who had dominated the police, to fall before the two vigilantes.Â This would not do.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 14, 2009 - 04:01
Death on the Docks by Scott Story - Part VII - Copyright 2008 Story Studios LLC.Â All rights reserved.