Fabula Zero Exposition
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Fabula Zero Exposition

by Nick Davis, Bill Young
     
 
Even Jack will admit he isn't having a great month. After finally getting his dream job as lead writer on the Captain Avenger comic his inspiration runs dry. With a submission deadline looming his editor on his back and no sleep for days he tries to hash out a story with little success. Then things really start to turn strange; Jack's characters start popping up in

Overview

Even Jack will admit he isn't having a great month. After finally getting his dream job as lead writer on the Captain Avenger comic his inspiration runs dry. With a submission deadline looming his editor on his back and no sleep for days he tries to hash out a story with little success. Then things really start to turn strange; Jack's characters start popping up in his life and he finds himself caught up in action straight out of the pages of a comic book.

The question is as Jack's realities collide and the line between fiction and real life starts to blur is Jack on the verge of a nervous breakdown? Or are these events more real than he realizes...

Exposition is a unique mash up of comic book sequential art and narrative prose all about the insanity of writers block. This is a story featuring Superheroes, Evil Villains, Dim Henchmen, Noisy Ninjas, Giant Robots and a very diabolic dance number as a Jack begins to lose the plot as he desperately tries to find his ending.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453847237
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
03/20/2012
Pages:
46
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.10(d)

Meet the Author

Nick Davis is an Englishman currently living on the East Coast of the USA not too far removed from Charm City (aka Baltimore). He is a former White Dwarf feature writer, now freelance content creator and fully employed Web Designer.

He is married to a very patient Irish American lady and has four children. When Nick is not working, running errands, playing with his kids or burrowing through an ever growing list of ongoing house 'projects'. He can be found plodding away on a keyboard exploring the worlds of his imagination that takes our reality and twists it around just a couple of degrees...

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