Gummi Hendrixx, Ep. 2THE GROOVY ADVENTURES OF GUMMI HENDRIXX: EPISODE TWO
GUMMI and ARTIE (the kid with the iPod in page 2 of episode one) sitting in an enchanted forest. GUMMI is helping ARTIE practice his guitar-playing. The EMO EMU stands nearby, chilling or whatever. Melody comes from ARTIE's guitar as he plays.
GUMMI: "Hey, there, Artie! That tune's really groovin'!"
ARTIE (flattered): "Heh, thanks."
GUMMI: "Now why dontcha try one o' them crazy riffs I was tellin' ya 'bout."
ARTIE: "A riff? Well, okay... I guess I could try."
GUMMI: "Yeah, man! That's tha spirit!!"
ARTIE plays his guitar, but the music is visibly broken and awkward. Comics don't have audio so be creative.
GUMMI: "Now, hold on, brother. Yer fingers are all in tha right places, but your heart ain't."
ARTIE: "My... heart?"
GUMMI: "Yeah! If you wanna riff, you gotta learn ta move the strings wit' yer heart 'n' soul."
ARTIE starts plucking the strings.
ARTIE: "...with heart and soul.
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Ron is a young, white, American male adult. Jet black hair, some facial hair, average size and clothes... pretty average, really, besides that he's sort of a loser. He's reclining on a couch, slouching, bored out of his mind. He's in his house, or what would constitute the bare minimum of a house. It's a place to call home, but not much more than that. The walls are bare aside from their gruesome battle-scars caused by the previous owners doing who-knows-what. The couch isn't in much better shape. This is what it's like to be enough of a failure that an incredible and miraculous event can turn Ron's life completely around.
1, front-view: Ron gazes sleepily at the TV screen, remote in hand.
A voice beams from the television set:
"And now, it'sa time to choppa the tomato!!"
2, profile: Uninterested, he presses a button, changing the channel and making a little clicking noise.
3, front view: same as before.
"That's right, *BEEP*, you stole my *BEEP* lawn
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1.1: Television-shaped panel.
A busy, cluttered, and homogenous array of Skippy embryos in bottles moving up, down, and around through a series of conveyor belts.
1.2: Four televisions, arranged 2x2.
Each television has similar content to the television in 1.1.
Front-view of a Skippy sitting and watching the monitors, sleepy and completely bored out of his mind.
Large panel. Wide-view, rear, showing the Skippy sitting in front of a large wall completely covered in television screens, each showing various similar sections of the embryonic belts.
Skippy (front view, excited): "Oh, snap! Flying Pigs is starting soon!!"
Group of TV's on the wall. All are of more embryonic belts, while one is displaying the Flying Pig Show, which is basically just two flying pigs being goofy.
Pig 1: "Oink!"
Pig 2: "Hey! You sound just like a pig!!"
Skippy (amused): "It's funny because it's really a pig saying it!! I love it!!"
2.3: Another shot of
Orange Revolution, Ch. 2: BurnPage 22>>
Where Ch1 took place at night, Ch2 takes place during the day. As such, the lighting should generally be brighter. Not exactly sunshine-y, but there's so much pollution in the world of OR that the sky is never more than a dismal gray.
Orangenius has a pretty sadistic, almost demonic, mood here. Probably some of it (or a lot of it) is him taking his anger at losing to Limeboy out on the defenseless Skippies.
1: Orangenius holding up a car over his head, obscured by its shadow, perhaps in an exaggerated way. A Skippy cowers in fear in the foreground.
[This world rejects me.]
[This world threw me away.]
2: He violently hurls the car, crushing the cowering Skippy and revealing the horrified Skippy passengers inside as they're also killed by the impact.
[This world NEVER GAVE ME A CHANCE.] [[note: all capitalized narration indicated an increasing text size, which you won't have to worry about since you don't do the lettering. I just like to be thorough.]
[This world's gonna hafta