Anyway, tonight I will be attending with three samples.
1. The first one is the first six pages from my first comic script ever, entitled Scrappers. This is the story of a trio of thieves attempting to steal unexploded ordinance and scrap metal from a military live fire range in a dystopian future.
This is also, of course, the script that a sample page of which had been previously submitted to a, as of yet, unknown member of this very same group, and which then resulted in a visual abortion, a literal black hole of artistic skill, that I carry with me to this very day. As Green Arrow once said: "It still hurts when it rains." Ever hopeful for a better result and well known for having possession of a soaring sense of optimism as I am, I will not be daunted nor dissuaded and therefore I return again, ready to re-submit.
2. My second sample is the first three pages of a story called The Basement Monster, which is the story of a little girl and her two cats versus... well... the Basement Monster.
It's supposed to be a horror type thing, but really, I'm more interested in a skewed version of the secret world of children, the thrills and terrors they experience while the adults are doing the dishes or watching their stories or gathered on a porch sipping beers and BBQing. I imagine there will be a lot of found magic and wish-luck, not to mention the use of baseball bats as impromptu weapons.
3. Finally, the third and final submission this week is the first three pages of a Dragon apocalypse in the modern world story I have dubbed WyrmWorld. And that sentence pretty much sums it all up.
Humans versus Dragons. This will most likely concern all the things I wanted to happen in the movie Reign of Fire, but was denied. Also, it so cool looking visually and, God knows, I love a good Apocalypse.
So, I think there's a decent sample here and I'm pretty happy with the scripts, who knows, maybe something good will come out of it.
We'll see, stay tuned, Gentle Reader.