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Have You Tried Comics Experience’s Free Resources?

Regardless of whether or not you sign up for our Creators Workshop, we at Comics Experience want any and all aspiring comics creators to enjoy access to information that will help them develop their skills and achieve their goals. That’s why we offer a range of completely free learning tools. We hope they’ll provide you…


Comic Book Script Archive Adds New Script From Kelly Sue DeConnick!

A new script has been added to the Comic Book Script Archive, presented by Comics Experience– Bitch Planet #1 by writer Kelly Sue DeConnick The brutal, unapologetic Image Comics sensation, featuring art by Valentine De Landro and Robert Wilson IV, colors by Cris Peter, and letters by Clayton Cowles is only six issues into its…


Comic Book Script Archive Adds New Script From David Gallaher!

A new script has been added to the Comic Book Script Archive, presented by Comics Experience– • Johnny Dollar: The Brief Candle Matter by David Gallaher Johnny Dollar: The Brief Candle Matter is David Gallaher’s first professional, full-length script. The series is based on the old-time radio detective show of the same name, and this…


Comics Experience in the New York Times!

Comics Experience and its founder Andy Schmidt feature prominently in the March 20, 2015 New York Times article “More Options for Comics Artists”! (Print edition title: “You Too Can Learn to Draw, Online.”) The story focuses on the changing landscape of the comics industry, and how education for comic artists and writers is growing along with…


Comic Book Script Archive adds new scripts from Alan Moore, D.J. Kirkbride & Adam Knave!

New scripts have been added to the Comic Book Script Archive, presented by Comics Experience– Multiple Youngblood scripts by Alan Moore Amelia Cole #7 script by D.J. Kirkbride and Adam Knave The Youngblood series has seen various incarnations since the 1990s, with Moore’s run beginning in 1997. We’re pleased to have this collection of scripts…


Looking for a comic book script format? Check out the Comics Experience template…

Unlike the film industry, there is no one accepted format for comic book scripts. Formatting varies by creator, publisher, and editor preference. Recently, writer Matt O’Keefe wrote an article on The Beat on this topic, and he mentioned that Comics Experience does offer a suggested format for comic book scripts. The Comics Experience Script Template…