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Celtx: Open Source Screenwriting Beginner's guide by Ralph Roberts

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Chapter 11. WAP! POW! BANG! Writing Comic Books with a Punch

Comic books, graphic novels, comic strips, and so on are modes of widely popular method of storytelling.

We, comic fans, know that writing for comic books is very close to writing for the movies. In fact, for a writer, marketing scripts for the comics is easier and has less competition than trying to sell a script.

In this chapter, the following topics will be covered:

  • Banging out a Comic Book script: How to write scripts with Celtx's Comic Book editor.
  • Comic Book elements: Page, Panel, Caption, Character, Balloon Type, Balloon—how to use, when to use.
  • Navigating, deleting, and reordering pages: How to move around, delete, or reorder pages.

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