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  • jholder12

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    June 26, 2021 at 10:51 pm
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    Hey Ari, I think you posted this three times.

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    June 21, 2021 at 6:29 am
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    Thank you!

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    May 10, 2021 at 7:36 pm
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    I would add that Toxic Hustle can affect your relationships with fellow creators. When you don’t see “perfection” in your efforts, you look at the success of others and wonder what they did. On con floors, it may even make you a presence no one wants to be around.

    Some of the best things to help with the hustle, while still maintaining the search for the winning edge, is understanding that comics is both an industry and a large community. And that your goals are both financial and communal. Your success is determined not just by how many units sold, and profits raised, but also who you get to work with, on what sorts of projects, and what they achieved in helping the community at-large. Even if it only seems like it created a great new book for one small con, that is worth so much more than dollar signs.

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    May 10, 2021 at 7:18 pm
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    Hi everyone!

    So this is the images for Legends of the Realm: Torn Soul. I launch, alongside @evan-scale TOMORROW, May 11th, through June 10th.

    Legends of the Realm is a new fantasy series. The kingdom of Dannisfire has been saved by a mage who toppled the king, married a princess, and established utopia. At least, that’s one version of his tale. Fans of high fantasy, Lord of the Rings, Game of Thrones will love this series.

    Here is the link to the series, cannot wait to see how this turns out! https://bit.ly/LOTRTorn

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    March 2, 2021 at 7:11 am
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    Hi @redheadeded ,

    So what I think I am getting at here is the healing power of time. Sevrine did not get what she thought she wanted from her marriage, and is now lashing out. But In the face of obstinance, she is forced to reconcile her own thoughts, and try and reconsider her own failings.

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    February 16, 2021 at 3:10 am
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    Hi all, I’m Jack Holder. I’m a writer, working with @evan-scale on a new piece in our Legends of the Realm. You can find me on twitter @jackholderai

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    September 27, 2020 at 5:20 pm
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    Here is “Camriddeon and the Leighman Lurkers,” written by myself. Illustrated by @evanscale and lettered by Micah Myers

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    May 9, 2020 at 6:40 pm
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    Here is the script I’m doing with @evanscale Thank you all!

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    April 19, 2020 at 11:03 pm
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    Hi Everyone, here is the plot for my tale “Camriddeon and the Leighman Lurkers.

    1. Establishing the town, Cam, and Pall, the boy.
    2. Play with the boy while discussing the Lurker
    3. Moving out into the woods to deal with the Lurker
    4. The new Lurker
      a. In the background, a piece of the real Lurker is shown.
    5. Camriddeon destroys the beast
    6. Cheering on the hero, the boy follows Cam back down the woods.
    7. Cam and the Lurker talk with each other, and the Lurker fades away.
    8. Last conversation with the boy, before disappearing.
      Hope you enjoy.
      Jack
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    April 12, 2020 at 11:37 pm
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    My Concept
    Camriddeon and the Leighman Lurkers
    Written by: Jack Holder
    Illustrated by: Evan Scale

    Told from the perspective of one of the village boys.
    Camriddeon is a young mage in the court of the king known as the Wild Bear. He is sent to investigate tales of monsters plaguing a small village town called Leighman. He comes into the town, speaking with elders, and playing with the children at the same time.
    There is talk of the Leighman Lurker. A terrifying beast that dwells on the old crossroad just outside of town. For decades it has done harmless pranks, but now, it seems to have developed a taste for blood.
    Late at night, Camriddeon goes out and takes on a terrifying beast. The boy sneaks out, and watches Camriddeon take on the Lurker. A winged, clawed thing, while he does battle with magic and a will to match. He destroys the beast, and is about to bend down towards something, before turning and sending the boy home.
    The townsfolk cheer Camriddeon on the next day. And he talks with the townsfolk, happy for what has happened. But the boy can see a small sadness in Camriddeon, and silently follows him again. Camriddeon goes back to the crossroads, and sees the true Lurker. A misshapen, glowing spirit, ugly and depressed. Camriddeon takes the beast with him, far away from the terrors of man.
    Camriddeon takes a last look at the boy, who sees what the mage is doing. And the mage smiles, and tosses a ball towards the boy, before being gone without a trace.

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    April 11, 2020 at 11:33 pm
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    My Concept
    Camriddeon and the Leighman Lurkers
    Written by: Jack Holder
    Illustrated by: Evan Scale

    Told from the perspective of one of the village boys.
    Camriddeon is a young mage in the court of the king known as the Wild Bear. He is sent to investigate tales of monsters plaguing a small village town called Leighman. He comes into the town, speaking with elders, and playing with the children at the same time.
    There is talk of the Leighman Lurker. A terrifying beast that dwells on the old crossroad just outside of town. For decades it has done harmless pranks, but now, it seems to have developed a taste for blood.
    Late at night, Camriddeon goes out and takes on a terrifying beast. The boy sneaks out, and watches Camriddeon take on the Lurker. A winged, clawed thing, while he does battle with magic and a will to match. He destroys the beast, and is about to bend down towards something, before turning and sending the boy home.
    The townsfolk cheer Camriddeon on the next day. And he talks with the townsfolk, happy for what has happened. But the boy can see a small sadness in Camriddeon, and silently follows him again. Camriddeon goes back to the crossroads, and sees the true Lurker. A misshapen, glowing spirit, ugly and depressed. Camriddeon takes the beast with him, far away from the terrors of man.
    Camriddeon takes a last look at the boy, who sees what the mage is doing. And the mage smiles, and tosses a ball towards the boy, before being gone without a trace.

  • jholder12

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    April 10, 2020 at 7:17 pm
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    Are we allowed to use some of our own original characters from our own IPs? Like, as a self-published author, I’d love to make a comic exploring other aspects of some characters I’ve created.

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    June 17, 2021 at 8:17 pm
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    Wanted to first say the music is available as an album on streaming services like Spotify!

    I absolutely adored this. Bo Burnham has this wonderful talent where you have no clue what part of his pain is contrived, and which is him really expressing what he is torn up about. And to do so in hysterical humor is wondrous.

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    May 19, 2021 at 8:23 pm
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    I’m interested. I’d like to do a mix of mainstream and indie books, and make sure we have a schedule that fits everyone.

    Would it also make sense to read each of our own works, and then do some reviews if we liked them?

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    May 12, 2021 at 12:02 am
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    This is so amazing, thank you @jojabarker !

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