Monthly Archives: July 2019

Tell The Damn Story #97: Dreams, Goals and Michael Uslan, The Man Who Owned Batman

Chris is back from the wilds of creative career contemplation, and Alex has returned from panels and presentations at the San Diego Comic Con! ¬†They’re here to share some insight on the challenges of pursuing your goals and dreams. and … Continue reading

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Tell The Damn Story #96: What’s So Great About the San Diego Comic Con?

With Alex attending the the biggest comic con on the west coast, and Chris watching social media report and respond to it from the east coast, the boys offer their own insight into the verbiage and views of commentators, comics … Continue reading

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Tell The Damn Story #95: With Millions of Stories To Compete Against, What Makes Mine Better Or Different?

Many, many students ask the same question, sometimes with subtle variations. How can I come up with a new idea? Why bother, mine won’t be as good? Will anybody even read my story? How can I make mine better? And … Continue reading

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Tell The Damn Story #94: Why Do You Tell Your Damn Stories?

Writers often talk about character motivations. Basically why do they do what they do? Though that is a major question, another equally important one is, Why Do We, the Writers Do What We Do? Alex explores that question because the … Continue reading

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