Submitted by Scott Story on September 2, 2010 - 21:33
Hi, Folks! Now it’s time to fill out your trade paperback’s contents. It may seem a little unfair, because you’ve already spent the time to get all those comics created, but these are some of the considerations you need to take into account:
Submitted by Scott Story on September 2, 2010 - 12:35
So, you are ready to collect your comic into a trade paperback.
Submitted by Scott Story on September 1, 2010 - 11:36
Hi, Folks—Scott Story here. I was going to write today about preparing your comics for a trade-paperback collection. Maybe I will tomorrow. Today, I’m going to write about a subject much closer to the heart: Fine Art vs. Illustration.
Submitted by Scott Story on August 31, 2010 - 10:33
When I got into comics, I figured that I knew how to write and draw comics pretty well—I had years of print comics under my belt, after all. But, I was wrong, because presenting a long-form comic on the web calls some special considerations into account.
Submitted by Scott Story on August 30, 2010 - 10:32
Hi, Folks—Scott Story here. You may know my work from “Johnny Saturn,” and if not I invite you to visit and check it out. Before I got into webcomics, I worked for a bunch of different print publishers, such as Amp Comics, Arrow Comics, Blue Line Productions, Digital Webbing Presents, Image Comics, Nifty Comics, Powerful Press, Rogue Wolf Entertainment, and Rorschach Entertainment. "Johnny Saturn" has been used as prop on a Nickelodian show, been reviewed in the "Comics Buyers Guide," and won two awards (1st and 3rd, respectfully) in the Webcomic Readers Choice Awards.
Submitted by Scott Story on November 4, 2009 - 19:15
Iâ€™m quite pleased to announce that â€œJohnny Saturnâ€ is back on Wowio.Â Wowio has a huge readership base, a nice e-reader, and itâ€™s approach is unique in many ways.
Big things are up with our printed books, as well, and Iâ€™ll be thrilled to announce them as soon as the signatures hit paper.Â Weâ€™ve got more exciting news on the digital distribution front, but again I am waiting for that signature ink to flow!
If you havenâ€™t noticed the â€œBuy Johnny Saturn Hereâ€ set of links in the left column, then now is your time to acquaint yourself with them!
Submitted by Scott Story on September 1, 2009 - 12:08
Sorry you haven't heard more from me lately, but I've been pretty darn busy keeping up with the sequential art aspect of Johnny Saturn. No complaints, though, this is what I love to do!
Last night, with the ample assistance of Phil "Frumph" Hofer, we installed Comicpress 2.8 on this site. There are a lot of cool options on the backside of this theme, and that's cool for me, but what does it mean for you, the reader? My favorite new feature is click-thru navigation: when you are done reading a page, click on it and the next page pops up. Couldn't be more simple or convenient!
Submitted by Scott Story on August 18, 2009 - 22:14
Spotlight â€“ Johnny Saturn
What happens to superheroes who are growing past their prime years of fighting crime? Johnny Saturn, the webcomic, explores this theme of a superhero who, although his mind is still willing, his body sometimes protests. After all of the years battling evil, his body is starting to show the signs of wear and now John Underhall must deal with how to adapt if he is to continue fighting the good fight.
Submitted by Scott Story on August 18, 2009 - 22:05
Mysteries of the Arcana:
Johnny Saturn is a member of the Webcomic Planet Collective, a group that includes some very talented cartoonists, writers, and artists. As part of that collective, I take part in something called the â€œplug circleâ€ (yes, I know, a truly unfortunate name). In it, we take turns talking about each otherâ€™s comics, introducing our comics to each otherâ€™s readerships, and the like.
Submitted by Scott Story on August 12, 2009 - 15:19
Iâ€™m proud to announce that the first six issues of Johnny Saturn are available for purchase on ComicsXP!Â This site is well designed, with attractive previews of each comic, available in several formats, and all for .99 cents an issue!
Here is the page associated with Story Studios LLC and our comics.