Midwest Book Review: Stan Lee How To Write Comics

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How to Write Comics
Stan Lee
Watson Guptill Publications
c/o The Crown Publishing Group
1745 Broadway, 17th floor, New York, NY 10019
9780823007097, $45.00, www.watsonguptill.com

HOW TO WRITE COMICS comes from a legendary successful comic writer who was the co-creator of Spiderman, The Incredible Hulk and other classics. His coverage features the works of other major comics artists, from Jack Kirby to Alex Ross, as it provides both a history of modern comic books and a projection of their future. Chapters cover the basics of how to create meaningful characters and plots, discuss script challenges and different comic book styles, and shares the basic tips on breaking into the comic writing industry, making this a ‘must’ for any serious, aspiring comic writer.


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