House of Cards Meets Dexter With SKOTUS | CBR – CBR

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This is "Went to Tell Everybody, " where I spotlighted different cool independent comic book series based on submissions from the indie comic book creators themselves via a set Q & A with the creators themselves. Essentially, the creators speak for their own work and "Went to Tell Everybody" will give them a place to do so! This is a ostensibly an ongoing weekly feature, so if you would like to see your work spotlighted, as well, there's no time limit or anything like that. So you can submit at any time. It's not a first come/first serve thing, ya know? However, sending your comic in isn't a guarantee that I'll run a spotlight on it. I'm not gonna just promote anything on here, ya know? So if we go a while without an edition of this feature, it is because I don't have something that I'm okay with putting my name on a spotlight of it. Click here for the current submission guidelines. Today we look at the political horror comic book, SKOTUS from writer Robert Wolinsky, artist Nicolò Arcuti, colorist Francesco Farabi and letterer Micah Myers. The Kickstarter for the comic book is ....

Our story follows President Voyage as he uses his political power and thirst for blood to get what he wants. Follow the President as he uses his power as SKOTUS in order to gain more political power as POTUS. What made you choose the comic medium for this story? There’s certain stories that just lend themselves to a comic book, because of their intrinsic capacity for conveying a particular sense of rhythm, suspense, and crazy imagery. This is the kind of things that the book needed. Plus both me and writer Rob are determined to make it into the comic book industry as full-time creators, so that was the most natural choice. What aspect of your comic are you the most proud of? As an artist, I’m mostly proud of having been able to do a full book, from characters studies to final ink pages, and having kept a consistent style that I feel conveys the story in the best way possible. This is my first endeavor of this kind of size, and it has felt like a big step. .

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