Four Color INC.

Four Color INC.

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by Tony Caputo, Jonathon Gilbreath, Rowel Roque, DeWayne Copeland
     
 
4 Color Inc. is the story of Vic Connell, an aspiring artist and storyteller struggling to break into the world of comic books. Vic thirsts to maintain creative freedom in an industry of corporate machines, so he and his girl friend Anna Harper form an independent publishing company called ENO Comics. Within a few years, ENO Comics becomes one of the largest

Overview

4 Color Inc. is the story of Vic Connell, an aspiring artist and storyteller struggling to break into the world of comic books. Vic thirsts to maintain creative freedom in an industry of corporate machines, so he and his girl friend Anna Harper form an independent publishing company called ENO Comics. Within a few years, ENO Comics becomes one of the largest publishing companies in the industry. As friendships, lovers, partnerships, and freedom begin to erode, Vic fights to keep the corporation from falling into the wrong hands, while keeping the books flowing to the fans.
4Cinc!

This is a fully inked and colored 109 page graphic novel....Enjoy!

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940148486954
Publisher:
MG3 ENTERPRISES, INC
Publication date:
08/15/2013
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
23 MB
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Meet the Author

Writer - Tony C. Caputo
Pencils/Inks- Rowel Roque
Editor - Jonathon Gilbreath

Assistant Editor - DeWayne Copeland
Inks & Colors - OctoGraphics
Lettering - Tony C. Caputo
Book Designer - Jonathon Gilbreath

Creative Consultant - Jonathon Gilbreath

www.FourColorINC-MG3.com

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Four Color INC. 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The Work of Amateurs For a writer that considers himself a "visual storytelling" expert, this is an incoherent mess. The author used to run an actual comic book company, but this is just pure fanboy garbage. Ridiculously stupid throughout, it was often hard to tell what was going on. This wasn't helped by the art, which was unprofessional at best. Overall, shoddy and pathetic.