Storytelling Secrets of Comics, Manga and Graphic Novels by Scott Mccloud There are so many types of readable content that people get so into nowadays that it seems like some of the older habits are disappearing such as reading newspapers, novels, and comic books. The Internet is full of entertainment and interactive content to keep people busy for hours and tons of new material surface the following day. With online comic books still reaching their intended audiences and some other comic book series still being released in the print, becoming a comic book writer and writing a comic yourself can still be productive once you know the basics in writing a comic script.
Making a manga requires two things: A good story is heart of manga, your story should have the power to keep people interested in it. In a manga they only way to explain your story to reader is by art so art process is as import as writing a story.
Well then lets start Things you need to write a good story: You concept can come from anywhere like a dream, a person you met, a real life event but mostly concepts come from others concept. Masashi Kishimoto sensei once said in an interview that the concept of Naruto came from concept of Goku from Dragon Ball Z.
So what i am trying to say its complete fine to get inspired by other stories or concept and then create your own be sure not to steal it completely though.
Now decide on your genre its very important. Lets have an example imagine you have a concept of a love story now a good writer can make a love concept in a horror genre like protagonist and heroin face an awful lot of horror stuff but they help each other and in the end they survive and fall in love or a horror concept in love genre.
Even if you cant draw, doodle something on a page because when you start writing story your biggest problem will be a blank page and you wont know where to start. Maintain a notebook or a sketchpad or a binder for each project and keep everything in it like ideas, sketches or doodle, panels, names, schemes etc.
You must be wondering what does B. E stands for, well its simple — Beginning Middle End. You must have heard about the 3 act rule, same thing applies here too.
Think of a story as a music you cant have everything on high note then it will be just noise, u need to have a phasing in a story, ups and downs. What is 3 Act rule? The act 2 can also be called the point of no return, there is so much at stake that there no way the protagonist can turn back.
A really simple chart to understand. This is how I write my stories, I hope this helps you. I myself break the rules of story making many times, you can do it too.
Remember a story will get published if it is good — no other factor is involved.Jun 09, · I'm trying to think of a manga story.
It should include lts of fighting and romance. How many main characters should there be. And if each character has their own style of fighting what would it be for example magician, swordsman, kaja-net.com: Resolved.
Think you've got a manga story in you somewhere? Most of us are capable of coming up with a decent storyline. Most of us are capable of coming up with a decent storyline. It's getting it out on paper that takes some skill.
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