This fall, two of Valiant’s most formidable creative minds unveil a new plane of existence beyond our own and unleash a universe of new worlds, new beings, and new myths… Jump into the year’s most astonishing journey as Abram Adams, the lost cosmonaut known as Divinity, travels beyond the borders of the Valiant Universe to explore the most distant frontier of imagination…to a realm only known as Eternity…
Eternity #1 (of 4) will be in comics shops on October 25th.
Valiant Entertainment’s flagship comic, X-O Manowar is making some dramatic changes in the new year – beginning with a brand new #1 issue that kicks off a an epic new storyline created by Matt Kindt with a rotating cast of amazing artists, including: Tomas Giorello, Doug Braithwaite, Clayton Crain, Ryan Bodenheim, and Mico Suayan.
After finally finding a kind of peace, Aric of Dacia finds himself once again forced to don the X-O suit for another’s cause. They want him to be a soldier but he will become much more than that.
X-O Manowar #1 will be in stores in March. For further details – and a gallery of pencils from the first issue (double click to embiggen), read on.
Ever wanted to write your own movie and didn’t know how to go about getting started? There is a great company called ScriptShark that I had the pleasure of coming across back at the 2008 San Diego Comic Con that offers screen writing seminars in both Los Angeles and New York City for those who are a bit daunted by their lack of movie industry savvy. These interesting and informative seminars allow the aspiring screenwriter to delve deeper into the business demands of a screenwriter’s career, and pursue the practical skills and understanding every aspiring screenwriter needs to know in order to position and promote themselves and their screenplay effectively.
ScriptShark offers information and knowledge about such essential things as:
* Career planning & goal setting * The best ways to secure representation * Understanding your screenplay from a producer’s POV * How to take charge of your career * Defining genre & market breakdown * Creating a catchy, clear, and focused logline * Turning your basic idea into a gripping pitch
If you are seriously interested in getting your screen writing career off the ground, then check out ScriptShark.
Meanwhile let’s take a look at some upcoming projects from some people already established in the entertainment industry.