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Mr. B.C. Graphic Novel Story Synopsis:
In Mr. B.C. a small mutant man pursues music in a post-war, nuclear, alternate dimensional American Megalopolis, where practicing unapproved forms of art warrants capital punishment.
His underground activities draw him through a string of events and characters, where he finds that pursuing his creative cultivation may be the key to overcoming the malevolent forces that have outlawed it.
More about the Artists/Writers:
Jonathan Jeweler, Artist and Writer
My work involves contemporary and traditional styles of illustration, design, painting, printmaking, and animation. I utilize techniques including woodblock, lithography, silkscreen, and risograph printing, comic, media, and narrative illustration, and contemporary styles of design, drawing, and painting, both analog and digital.
I draw inspiration from alternative and underground comics, graphic novels, classic and postmodern literature, Japanese art, manga and Ukiyo-e, medieval painting and printmaking, surrealist film, cyberpunk and sci-fi culture, along with whatever else is grabbing my attention at the moment.
I also enjoy writing, especially in the form of comics and graphic novels.
Check out my website at www.jonjeweler.com, and contact me directly at email@example.com.
Zachary Bookstein Partridge, Writer and Storyboards
I'm an interdisciplinary artist who writes stories, jokes and music primarily. My instruments are drums, ukulele, piano and voice. I make short experimental music videos with archive footage and have worked in and around music, manufacturing, construction, education, documentaries, oral histories and interior design over the years.
Besides working on this graphic novel my time is spent making music and art, tutoring psychology and going to school with the intent of becoming a music/art therapist and helping veterans, domestic abuse survivors and children who have suffered violent trauma.
Contact Zachary at firstname.lastname@example.org