Itís not entirely certain that this will be used in a web comic, so for now I intend to stockpile a bunch of strips and see if they work best in web-comic format or in another. As an example, it may instead be published as a one-time comic book if I think I cannot keep up with a web comic over a long period.
Regardless of where they will be ultimately used, I am ready to commission a bunch of comic strips about failed/failure super heroes.
A minimum of 4 strips are guaranteed, but work could continue long-term once the strips start being published, and I may want to stockpile 50 or so strips before publishing begins to have a nice cushion for scheduling delays, so more strips than just 4 are likely to be commissioned even if no site exists (the job does not depend on a bunch of moving parts).
In general I am not picky about your country of origin, but itís best if the artist understands the humor in the strips, which may rely heavily on knowledge of American culture. English wordplay and vague references can be expected.
The art style doesnít need to be Marvel or DC, or traditional American superhero styles. It could be more like anime, or more modern superhero styles such as those done by Sean Galloway (cheeks-74.deviantart.com/
). I am open to a variety of styles for this, but not overly cute styles with crazy proportions. The series focuses more on comedy, but needs to appear suitable for action sequences.
Please reply with example material. I will send notes to interesting parties to get details on pricing etc.