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Millarworld Annual 2017 - Writer Submission Thread


#544

Again Thank you…


#545

I looked for the e-mail adress to send my script submission but find nothing. Please, where is the e-mail adress of MillarWorld?


#546

It’s in the first post of this thread.
1/ One entry per person
2/ Send your script to millarworldannual@gmail.com


#547

Thanks :slight_smile:


#548

First post after months of lurking and several weeks of writing and editing a script, but I just submitted my entry for Huck. Thanks for the opportunity, and thanks to the folks running this thing for answering all the questions I wanted to ask without me having to ask them. Best of luck to everyone!!


#549

A post was merged into an existing topic: Millarworld Annual 2017 - Artist Submission Thread


#550

Wrong thread, pal. Here is the correct one:

http://forums.millarworld.tv/t/millarworld-annual-2017-artist-submission-thread/7737


#551

Hopefully, we all did a good job. :smiley:


#552

Yeah, dude, quickly – put it on the right thread! You got about a day – don’t miss out!


#553

You’re welcome :slight_smile:


#554

I’ve been nice and shifted it over for him. We’re a little more generous with the artists on messing up the instructions since many aren’t necessarily fluent in English.


#555

Script sent. May December 23rd bring good news. :slight_smile:


#556

Hello everyone

I submitted my Huck story this morning. I found writing writing other peoples characters challenging but a brilliant writing exercise. Good luck everyone and thank you for this amazing opportunity Millarworld.


#557

Why do I have a birthday cake next to my name and how long has it been there?


#558

Not sure what you’re talking about. It doesn’t show up on my screen.


#559

I finally submitted my script! I hope I made it on time! Writing Nemesis is actually very challenging but it feels great to have written it regardless of what happens!


#560

Hmm, weird. Oh well, it looks tasty!


#561

Sent my submission yesterday - a Kick-Ass & Hit-Girl story. I feel a mix of excitement and nervousness.

Best of luck to everybody!


#562

AWOOOOOOOOOO.

OK that was excitable - finally done just before deadline as usual. Anyone else start this like 2 months ago, forget about it and then burst through it in the last 24 hours? Luckily I did most of my planning early and got it all done in a couple of days.

Really enjoyed writing for Huck - it is nice to do something a little more lighthearted now and again. People are trying to outdo each other in who can do the grittiest, goriest stuff so Huck is a breath of fresh air I think. Best of luck to everyone!


#563

I’m glad I waited for the last issue of Empress to come out. I didn’t have a very clear idea of what I wanted to say until that thing that happens at the end. The best thing about this was how much I enjoyed writing it. I don’t usually enjoy doing the actual writing as much as I enjoy the planning and sketching, because comic scripts are short and to the point- you can’t really embellish it unless it serves a purpose for the artist. I’m a short story writer to the core. But figuring out how to make the story work in 5 pages and what hints or references to use from the original story was challenging and super fun. Thank you, Mark!