Modern Colossi, Issue 1 draftModern Colossi
Issue 1 Script
By Daniel Kalban
Story and characters copyright Daniel Kalban ©2016
NOTE: While historical characters appear throughout this series, this is wholly a work of fiction.
Splash Page. The Lower East Side of New York City, in the year 1900. Tenements stretch to the East River. Laundry lines criss cross alleyways and over streets. Shops can be seen in the distance. In the foreground stands a strapping young man, late teens/early 20s, with sandy blond hair. He’s wearing a tanktop, suspenders, pants, socks, shoes, and a newsie hat. He’s sketching what he sees on a piece of scrap paper with a cheap pencil.
CAP: Lower East Side.
CAP: New York City.
CAP: A bustling city full of possibilities in a bright and shiny 20th century.
Jake Gold, the young man we see drawing on page 1, turns from his reverie at the sound of a voice.
Eli Gold: *off panel* Jake! Aren’t you coming
I am currently in the process of writing and creating a comic book graphic novel. I am posting characters and their bios. I am always looking for inspiration for the story. Right now I have all the characters set up. I have character arcs in mind and the basis of the full story arc. Many characters will be modeled after my self and my friends as well as certain established characters of several companies. I'll let you speculate on what that means specifically. There will be a lot of political incorrectness in the series. That's the way it should be, because it's 2016, not 1952. You have been warned.
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