7 More Comic Book Scripts by Robert T. Jeschonek

By Robert T. Jeschonek

Comedian ebook and superhero fanatics, celebrate! This quantity contains seven scripts—a mixture of superheroes, mobsters, horror, and humor—from a author whose paintings has been released by means of DC Comics, between others. Robert T. Jeschonek has written lots of scripts in his occupation, and those seven will shine a gentle on his writing approach, his wild imagination…and a few exciting and thought-provoking adventures. the newest in a chain accumulating a few of his top paintings, this action-packed publication comprises seven scripts:

"You're hearing regulate Ego speak Radio 1050": A radio call-in psychiatrist will get his kicks dispensing suggestion to nutty superheroes...until he says the inaccurate factor to a head case with the last word power.

"The chilly Shoulder": How do you deal with the world's mightiest Mafia enforcer long gone rogue? force him to suicide, and desire he doesn't kill you first.

"Redneck Neighbor": What's worse? Having an obnoxious upstairs neighbor who's a vampire, or one who's a rustic song singer? positioned them either jointly, and your existence turns into a residing hell.

"The tremendous Hitman's mystery Power": An F.B.I. agent who's approximately to lose every thing seeks out the only guy with the ability to save lots of him: his previous enemy, the large hitman whose existence he ruined years ago.

"Deadly Standoff": What occurs whilst a superhero unearths himself stuck in a no-win scenario? With a child's existence at stake, can he nonetheless locate the energy to make a distinction?

"Hot Potato": An STD with a brain of its personal seizes keep watch over of its host. Can the "Barnacles" be stopped prior to they force a superb guy to dedicate an unspeakably awful crime?

"Neil Ballantyne, Hellraker: No solid Deed": a clergyman saves souls by means of summoning demons, proving the lifestyles of Heaven and God through demonstrating the effect of Hell. but if his scheme is going horribly mistaken, basically Neil Ballantyne, the supernatural fixer, stands an opportunity of preventing a rash of atrocities.

Don't omit this selection of seven comedian e-book scripts for one low cost. It’s the most recent publication from Booklist seriously acclaimed storyteller Robert T. Jeschonek (My favourite Band doesn't Exist), a grasp of targeted and unforeseen fiction that actually packs a punch.


"No one is familiar with gloriously faulty supermen larger than Jeschonek." - Eric Searleman, Superheronovels.com

"Robert Jeschonek is the literary love baby of Tim Burton and Neil Gaiman…" – Adrian Phoenix, severely acclaimed writer of The Maker's music sequence and Black airborne dirt and dust Mambo

"…Robert Jeschonek is a towering talent..." – Mike Resnick, Hugo and Nebula Award-winning author

"Jeschonek´s tales are delightfully insane, a excitement to read…" – Fábio Fernandes, myth publication Critic


Collection of 7 comedian booklet scripts plus tale previews

About the Author

Robert T. Jeschonek is an award-winning author whose fiction, comics, essays, articles, and podcasts were released all over the world. DC Comics, Simon & Schuster, and DAW have released his paintings. Robert was once nominated for the British fable Award for his tale, "Fear of Rain." His younger grownup city delusion novel, My favourite Band doesn't Exist, is now on hand from Graphia Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt and was once named one in all Booklist’s best Ten First Novels for adolescence. stopover at him on-line at www.thefictioneer.com. it's also possible to locate him on fb and stick with him as @TheFictioneer on Twitter.

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In the process Sim became the ipso facto spokesman of a self-publishers’ movement and of the direct market more generally. Cerebus, a longtime staple of direct-only comic books, stands as a signal example of the medium’s creative growth under direct market conditions. Long promoted as a 300-issue “limited series” designed to span a quarter century of its creator’s life (the final issue appeared in Spring 2004), Cerebus cleaved strictly to the traditional comic book format and a monthly schedule, yet amassed one phonebook-sized compilation after another.

They were scarcely “novels” in any sense that someone approaching them from outside the comics industry might recognize. Given the haphazard use of the term (even Eisner’s seminal Contract was in fact a collection of short stories), Fiore’s objection would seem reasonable. By now, however, the idea of the “graphic novel” has such force that we ignore the term at our peril (again, the currency of the term makes it irresistible). When did the idea of the “graphic novel” move beyond comic shops and into the book trade?

When did the idea of the “graphic novel” move beyond comic shops and into the book trade? That intervention came not with Eisner’s pioneering efforts but with the arrival in the late 1980s of several truly novel-length volumes that had originally been serialized: specifically, the first volume of Spiegelman’s 29 THE RISE OF ALTERNATIVE COMICS Maus (1986); Frank Miller’s darkly satiric superhero adventure The Dark Knight Returns, starring vigilante hero Batman (also 1986); and Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’s magisterial deconstruction of the superhero, Watchmen (1987).

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