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Cow Boy #1
Script & Story by Nate Cosby
Art & Lettering by Chris Eliopoulos
NOTE: I’m thinking of the whole page as widescreen panels, t’give it that panoramic western feel.
OTS shot of Boyd, on his horse, holding a WANTED poster. The focus is the poster, we don’t see that Boyd’s a kid yet.
Poster (old-timey writing):
WANTED DEAD OR ALIVE
(picture of Dub)
FOR THE CRIMES OF MURDER, THEFT, AND OTHER HEINOUS MISDEEDS
Caption: Bounty huntin’s simple.
The poster’s been folded or rolled (whichever looks cooler), Boyd’s stuffing it in his saddlebag. Again, pick an angle that doesn’t reveal Boyd’s age. If you want to show a little hint of HORSE (the stick horse) hanging somewhere off the saddle, that’s cool.
NOTE: Don’t show a lot of HORSE before Page 9.
Caption: A man done wrong.
Caption: You get that man. Give him to the law. Get paid for your effort.
Wide shot of Boyd moseying CeeCee towards a dusty hill, just outside of town. Boyd’s hat’s pulled pretty far down, so we couldn’t see he was a kid even if we were zoomed in. Point of the panel’s to establish we’re out in the dusty West.
Caption: Ain’t hard math.
We’re behind Boyd, looking down at the town. It’s typical little Old West town, one main strip of buildings, out in the middle of nowhere. For the first time, we see some of Boyd’s body, and notice he sure seems awful small.
Caption: Good thing.
Close-up of Boyd’s face. The top of the panel’s filled with Boyd’s hat, pulled down low so we can’t see his eyes. But we can see the rest of his face, filled with grim determination. He’s opened the side of his mouth, to let out a lil’ noise (so CeeCee knows to go).
Caption: Nobody’s taught me math just yet.
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