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Story Assignments:

After much consideration, balancing out artists’ and writers’ preferences, and the running order of the stories- this is our (99% written in stone) assignment list.

The assignments are as follows (and the likely order for the stories as well, unless we split this up into two volumes)…

writers will be found in blue type

artists are found in red

writer/artists are purple

Titles are obviously not final titles, just descriptive ones to make it clear which is which.

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1)  The Collector (the Stolen Spyglass and the Genius Machine)  -written by James Cooper – illustrated by Daniel Wong.

2)  Holmes Inc. Vs. Igopogo. -written by Dino Caruso -illustrated by Pierce Derochers-O’Sullivan

3)  Trey Holmes and the Argentine (formerly called “Trey’s Catwoman”) -story by Darius Fox – art by Christopher Yao

4) From Each According their Own…Story and art by RAIN. (five pages)

5) The Moriarty Computer Intelligence – story by Mike Marano, art by Grant Howarth

6) The Mind-Spiders of Madagascar – Story by Rob Pincombe, art by Dawnson Chen

7) Undersea Pirates of the Lost Reef -story and art by Yolanda Cheung (five pages)

8 ) The Rodeo of Terror – story by Kathleen Gallagher, art by Danny Setna

9)  The Bullet-Time Matrix Genius Pill -story and art by Vince Tourangeau (five pages)

10) Emotion Parasites at the South Pole – Story by Sam Ruano, art by Gibon Quarter

11) The Green Blooded Mystery (or White Blooded Mystery) -story and art by Marshall Geddes.  (five pages)

12) Elizabeth Survives…and KILLS! -story by Aaron Feldman, art by Rachel Wells.

13)  Trey’s Dream Encounter with Uncle Thomas -story and art by Derek Herd.  (five pages)

We’ll figure out who will be designing what for the shared equipment (which includes the exo-skeleton used in the SOUTH POLE and MORIARTY COMPUTER stories, as well as undersea equipment that will be common to the Igopogo and Underwater Pirates stories) in the next day or so.

In the meantime, your artists and your writers can start working on story bibles for the ultimate versions of their stories.  I don’t mind you guys getting in touch with each other individually, not everything must go through us at TCW, but if you make any radical new ideas happen, do check with us for that.

Start your engines, ladies and gentlemen…we’re UNDERWAY.

Ty the Guy.  Slightly exhausted from all the editing…who knew it took work?

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  1. Rae Wells
    March 12, 2011 at 1:13 am

    Sweet!

    Aaron, I picked yours based on the writeup on the pitch wall and the characters involved, but I missed both the pitch meeting and your presentation this week. Do you have anything you can send me to read over so I can get started on some visual research?

  2. March 12, 2011 at 1:31 am

    Hey guys,
    This is going to be lots of fun!
    Pierce, here’s my email: dino@carusocomics.com

  3. Dawnson
    March 12, 2011 at 1:52 am

    Yay! Can’t wait to start working.

  4. James Cooper
    March 12, 2011 at 2:37 am

    Cannot wait to see this issue start to take shape. Very exciting!

  5. Rain
    March 12, 2011 at 8:19 pm

    Looking good! This is gonna be so fun my toes are all tingly! Very tingly! And why do I smell burnt toast? Oh never mind! Creative Powers… ACTIVATE!

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