Over an eighteen-month period, I produced over 300 pages for Zenescope, so I've spent a looooot of time with company. Plus, I'm the type of person who will research things incessantly, so I've read more than my share of their titles-- "for research" of course! I know enough,for example, to dispel notions that Zenescope produces lurid or indecent comics. Beneath the (admittedly cheesecake) covers are stories with rather strong female characters who actually wear pants!
Of course, there are exceptions, but for the most parts, the editorial staff keeps things surprisingly clean.
And yet, the GFT Universe can still surprise me. I recently worke
Quick tip for comic artists -- print out your scripts with a really small font (Calibri 8 works for me), make the margins bigger (I put 2 inches on the right side). I use all that extra space to doodle the lay-outs. Having the entirety of the page script on one sheet of paper really helps in feeling out the "shape" of the page, if that makes sense.
Hey Butch, it's Johnathan Wright. Since I found so many great artists here when I did the first version of the "Mecha vs. Kaiju" role playing game, I figured I'd set myself up here permanently! If you know anyone interested in working on a new RPG book send them my way, would you? Thanks dude.