Wednesday, February 16, 2011

WESTWOOD - PAGES 1 to 20

Writer: TonyDoug Wright


Pencils and Lettering: Victor Pozzi


Seventeen years ago, a college student named Charlie Westwood disappeared while investigating a secret society in his hometown of New Ravenwood, Ohio. A police investigation of Westwood's disappearance led to a dead end but an archivist at a local university later discovered a photograph of Westwood. The photograph pre-dated Westwood's disappearance by nearly sixteen years and the archivist decides to investigate the whereabouts of Westwood and the secret society.


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Westwood by Tony Wright

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

MAGNET HEAD (VIOLENCE)

Writer: TonyDoug Wright

Artist and Letterer: Greg Hiatt

David Bronson is an android bounty hunter that prefers to bring them in dead instead of alive. During a mission, he comes across some information that leads to Zodiac 800, the android that killed his brother.

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Magnet Head

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

GHELDO (ADULT LANGUAGE & VIOLENCE)

Writer & Artist: Giovanni Ballati

Gheldo is a dream-like tale of confusion, loss, fear, and hope.

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Gheldo by Tony Wright

Tuesday, February 1, 2011

SUBMISSIONS

Greetings,

Champion City Comics is currently looking for writers and artists to join our creative team. We are a webcomics community that acts as a proverbial springboard to launch careers. Our webcomics are updated every Wednesday and we are looking for dedicated, motivated, and reliable people to work with on creating amazing titles


If you have a completed webcomic or comic book project then please send it to us for review. Projects we like are posted to the site and those comic books or webcomics remain the property of the creator or creative team. Champion City Comics will not force you to give up the rights to your work.

If you are interested in joining our team please review the guidelines below:


1. Pay: Champion City Comics does not typically pay artists or writers. We generally do not have the resources to pay our artists and writers, but are exploring self-publishing options where profits will be split fairly.  


2.Artists: We are looking for people that can do pencils, inks, colors, and lettering. Can you do it all? Great! If not, then don't worry because we are here to help other artists develop. Please submit your artwork via e-mail and attach samples of your work or provide a link to a site where we can review your work. Any style is accepted and we do our best to respond within 48 hours of submission.


3. Writers: Do you have an idea for a comic book but do not have the skills to be a writer? Please submit a sample of your writing to us via e-mail. Any genre is accepted and we do our best to respond within 48 hours of submission. We DO NOT have artists at this time to pair you with on a project. As a writer, you must assemble your own creative team.

4. Completed Webcomics: Please submit a completed webcomic project to us via e-mail so we can review your work. We only accept original webcomics projects that do not violate any copyright laws. Any style is accepted and we do our best to respond within 48 hours of submission.

We will do our best to answer any questions you have and we are only seeking people who can meet deadlines and work in a team environment. 


Sincerely,


TonyDoug Wright
Founder
Champion City Comics 
E-mail: tonydoug25@msn.com