Moodus, CT, November 05, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- In June 2009, the Comicbook Artists Guild debuted the first issue of the recurring graphic novel anthology, Iconic. This project is a collection of short stories based on old tales that are taught in schools all over the world, but each one has a twist.
In the second issue of Iconic, the Guild is seeking pencilers, inkers, colorists/toners and letterers to help make this project a reality. Interested pencilers and inkers are invited to forward three (3) examples of their best sequential work to the project’s editor, Chris Buchner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Potential colorists and letterers are also invited to submit three (3) examples of their best work to Mr. Buchner. Once candidates are selected, they will be paired with stories that best match their styles. Candidates should be prepared to, and have availability to work on stories 8 to 15 pages in length. All submissions are due by December 3, 2009.
Artists submitting to Iconic 2 should be aware that there is no financial compensation for submitted work.
The Comicbook Artists Guild, founded in 2000, is an organization dedicated to the networking, education and support of comic book creators, writers and artists alike, regardless of amateur or professional status, skill levels or talent divisions. CAG operates membership chapters in the New York Metro and New England areas, with interest in opening more chapters and continuing to grow. CAG’s goal is to advance the medium of comics through the creative experiences of its members. By bringing them together on projects of their choosing, the Guild perpetuates the positive aspects of the comics industry and its continuing contribution to popular culture.