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 18, 2009 - 15:22
Iâ€™d like to remind everyone that Benita and I will be attending the Woodcarver Retreat this weekend, hosted by noted horror writer and supernaturalist Bob Freeman.Â Many of you might remember Bob as the writer for the â€œJohnny Saturn: Synns Of The Fatherâ€ forward, and an old hand in the indie comic world himself.Â Benita and I will speaking about the differences of writing for comics, as opposed to writing for prose.Â We wonâ€™t be covering many of the fundamentals of storytelling and writing, because those in attendance are skilled prose writers in their own right.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 15, 2009 - 00:13
Here is a new drawing of our Staff of Life, this time by Amy Letts of the webcomic Epic Fail.Â By all means, check this comic out!
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.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 7, 2009 - 04:01
Death on the Docks by Scott Story - Part VI - Copyright 2008 Story Studios LLC.Â All rights reserved.
Submitted by Scott Story on February 6, 2009 - 11:05
Submitted by Scott Story on February 5, 2009 - 04:03
This piece was a proposed cover for Johnny Saturn no. 1, the black & white edition. It’s drawn entirely in design marker, and it uses the collage method of cover composition I’ve used so many times.
I loved those collage covers, because so many Marvel Comics, especially those drawn by Gil Kane, were composed this way when I was a kid.