Today, we’re very excited to launch [THE COMPETITION], our official new writer talent search. If you’ve ever dreamed of writing comics, this is your chance- with one lucky winner getting their story published here at 3W3M.com!
Anyone who is a paid subscriber to 3W/3M is welcome to enter [THE COMPETITION], so if you’d like to be a part of it, sign up today:
Community Events like Live-Draws and Creator Interviews.
Special Offers and Discounts for EMPORIA, our upcoming web store.
Members of our premium tier, THE CIRCLE, will receive a signed, deluxe hardcover edition of the [MAPS] Graphic Novel Sourcebook in print. Annual level subscribers will receive a softcover edition (Shipping not included).
To recap the rules:
Below, you will will find a link to the idea submission portal, where you can submit your one paragraph pitches for stories set in the 3 Worlds / 3 Moons universe.
The portal will be open either 30 days, or until 100 pitches are received, though we reserve the right to extend either. These pitches will then be evaluated by Jonathan Hickman and EIC Stephen Wacker.
From these, ten will be selected for public review by Jonathan, with five being given the opportunity to submit 3-5 page (work-for-hire) script samples. Writers will be compensated $500 for that work.
These five script samples will then be reviewed publicly by Jonathan, with ONE winner proceeding to a full work-for hire script, with the writer being compensated $3,000 for their work.
That work, in turn, will be fully published as a comic through 3 Worlds / 3 Moons, with an artist-to-be-determined, and concepts by Mike del Mundo and Mike Huddleston. The production process will be done publicly with feedback from Jonathan and Stephen throughout.
For more details, see here and here.
Best of luck to everyone who submits. We’re excited to see what you come up with!
Now, without further ado, the portal link…
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