One Page Graphic Novel

 

Welcome to a new story telling medium… the One Page Graphic Novel. Is this a gimmick? Yes, probably.

Keith is a dustman who is shot into the future by a Time Vortex. He meets three companions and they start an epic adventure and It’s up to you to fill in the gaps.

(This is a low resolution copy but if you click on the image you should still be able to read the smaller text).

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Many thanks,

Henry

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10 Comments on “One Page Graphic Novel”

  1. That is frankly utterly bonkers and utterly brilliant. I’d buy an A3 print of that in a heartbeat. Tharg should commission a series of these immediately.

  2. Mark Gosbee says:

    Henry,
    The format would work especially well with children’s imagination and desire for variety – with a dose of graphic brilliance to fire the imagination. In some ways it resembles a visual re-imagining of those Steve Jackson ‘Warlock of Firetop Mountain’ books in the ’80s – and goes some way beyond it, I might add.

    I think, if marketed to the right audience – children’s adventures, counterfactual history, even an exploration of ideas – you could be on to a winner.

    A fine piece of thought-art.

    Congratulations!

  3. Craig says:

    The whole of east Devon is mud? That’ll be your name, matey.

    Nice to see Scunthorpe on the map, even if it’s under water!

  4. Mike Nicol says:

    genius or madness? let the audience decide! either way we need full-size prints of this ..

  5. A3 prints, posters, the works.

  6. Stuart says:

    Wizard. Working on the musical adaption now. “The Thames Megaldon, the one song musical”

  7. I totally love this and hope it will not be a gimmick. Let’s hope this becomes a new genre, in fact. Wicked.

  8. bob says:

    Neat. Reminds me of Jack Kirby’s map for Kamandi’s world, most of which Kamandi didn’t actually get to explore in Kirby’s run.

  9. Kid Kyoto says:

    I would read the heck out of a book of these.

    Course I don’t see New York on this map, so I can’t play 😦


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