This is my attempt at what is called a "24-Hour
Comic". It was
invented by Scott McCloud, and the link above will take you to his page in
which he explains what it is, how it came about, and talks about a bunch of
the ones that have been made.
The basic gist of it is that you create a 24 page comic from scratch in 24
consecutive hours. This includes writing, penciling, inking, lettering, coloring
(if you do it- I didn't)... everything. So basically, you need to do a complete
page an hour. I did this one with my pal's Nic Olivieri and J Marks. J did
24 pages in 15 hours, Nic did 18 pages in 24 hours, and I did these 24 in
This comic was brought to you by Pleasantville, Being John Malkovich, The
Game, Clue, Bowfinger, The Matrix, Seven, South Park: Bigger, Longer, & Uncut,
Army of Darkness, Chasing Amy, and A Nightmare on Elm Street- the films we
watched as we drew, in that order, as we drew. I'm sure you won't see the
influence, but the pages are now inextricably linked with the movies that
were on while I made them.
I did the cover later, but that's a 25th page, so I guess that's ok.
I would like to dedicate this comic to my cat, Scape, who we drove insane
that day by keeping all the lights on and never sleeping. By the end he was
so wired... heh heh.
here to read "A Falling Out" (24