Pointers on writing a script for comic books.

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Posted by Duo Dreamer at ip68-1-168-186.ri.ri.cox.net on May 04, 2002 at 22:15:21:

In case you read this in the morning, afternoon or evening; good morning, good afternoon and good evening Kevin Smith. I'm a great fan of your work as a director, actor and writer. I really liked the Jay and Silent Bob movies. You and Jason Mewes made a great combination in comedy. I just wish you didn't have to end the Jay and Silent Bob movies, but I guess it was your decision. Well anyway, my reason for writing to you is to ask you for some pointers on being a script writer for comic books. I have alot of ideas for a good comic book for a long time and I've been very eager to get them down on paper and pictures. The thing is that I don't know how to set a script up and I don't know what's average number of pages it should have. So could you please give me some pointers? I really appreciate it if you do. Thank you for reading my letter and I hope you have a nice day.

PS: How's your wife and daugther doing and is Vulgar going to be out on video soon? I didn't get the chance to watch it because the movie is out of state. I live in Rhode Island and I don't have transportation to New York or LA. But I hope it does come out for VHS or DVD really soon.

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