You read the name, come on. I want advice. Bad advice.
What’s the topic? Doesn’t matter, just make if garbage advice.
Shave all the hair on your body off.
Always make sure your OCs are perfect with no flaws at all.
Start a writer vs artist discussion thread
If you have only 10 subs withing the first week of posting your work you are a failure
one can only envy your boldness
D#mn, opening strong, huh?
Well you asked for it
Delete system32 folder on your computer to free up some space.
If you come up with a super “original” story don’t tell anyone anything about it because they will definitely steal it. Even a basic one sentence summary, boom whole story stolen.
But do look for an artist for it anyway. Artists love not knowing what they sign up for.
Write edgy stories. The more gore/shocking imagery/offensive material in it, the better. Use lots of swear words too. Perfection 10/10
80% of this forum's people did not understood you wink wink
You should definitely go looking for a writer to write it for you as well. Who has time to write their own stuff? Just have someone else do it for you for no pay! It’s bulletproof!
Eat Sunday newspapers, then wash the taste out with prune juice?
Use fan art from some random form of media for your story's cover and such.And don't worry about crediting the artist, they won't mind.
Never start a fantasy comic without putting in several pages of creation mythology about how magic came to be but then there was a great conflict and an evil was sealed away and may return some day. Make the art as sketchy and vague as possible; you definitely don't need to actually learn to paint before attempting a painty style for these first pages of your comic that make up a person's first impression of your work! It'll go great!
Bonus points if the mc is related to the great evil or is the chosen one and is a demon/angel who keeps their identity hidden. Not to mention they just live in modern society and attend high school for the first few chapters as if the comic is a slice of life instead of a fantasy.
Oh yes, definitely. You should never have anything related to the events of this mythology prologue happen in the first 50 pages. That'd just be silly!
Gotta be sure to toss an incredibly vague (yet somehow painfully obvious) prophecy in there somewhere. Prophecies always make stories better, and this is objective fact.