I'm working up a comics idea. Imagine, no need for a venue. My character shows up the Quebec northwoods. And heads for a city. No problem. Meets characters both human and nonhuman. Equally easy to draw. (Actually, the nonhumans are probably easier because we have no reference for them.) Time rolls at different speeds from panel to panel. A torrential downpour, no problem. Fog, no problem. Interior monolog, no problem.
And no need for a template. I'm telling a sequential story, which is a no-no for many networks here. (I know, Lost
. Here those pitches would get nowhere.) I can have a big story one issue and a small story next issue. Just look at Hellblazer
where one minute John Constantine is dealing with demons and the next he's chatting interminably with his mates. (Okay, I tend to skip the blocks of chat. But Garth Ennis gets to write'em.)
This is fun. I have no idea if it will result in anything. But I'm digging it.