Great start, man. All very helpful in establishing a foundation. I enjoyed the read a lot. Don't know if you plan on doing this later when you get to scripting but would you mind expanding on "static writing"? I don't have the level of experience that you do but I can't tell you how many times I've had to explain this to others. By the way, I was doing the exact same thing when I started scripting for comics and I've seen so many others doing it. I had started writing screenplays a few years before (something I have given up and really have no wish to go back to) and that way of writing in moving action sticks with you so it was a bad habit that took me a while to break. Another issue I would like for you to address: I know this sounds possibly mundane, but could you address scripting from programmed formats vs. (let me just call it) "doing it yourself"? For me it's a personal preference but I have never used a formatting program. I really REALLY hate them. Actually, I do very much enjoy doing it all the old fashioned way. I understand both methods have benefits and drawbacks, so it could be a good issue to discuss when you get to scripting. Anyways, good stuff. Thanks for being here and sharing your experience and knowledge with us.