Submission Guidelines for the "Work In Progress" Programme
Creator-owned content only. So no, your brilliant Spider-man / Saitama crossover story is not eligible. Only original, creator-owned material is eligible for this programme.
All submissions must include accompanying art. We get it, your script would make Aaron Sorkin weep in shame. Unfortunately, we don’t have the matchmaking capabilities. So you writers are going to have to go out there and make some artist friends!
Copyright. All discussions of ownership of intellectual property will be between the creator(s) and the publishers. Singapore Comic Con does not retain any copyright to submitted proposals. Always remember, “You gotta fight, for your right (to party!)
This programme is open to all, no matter which part of the world you are from.
All submissions must be in the English language.
All proposals must include the following:
The following needs to be compiled into a single PDF file no more than 10MB. Label the PDF file with the title of your story.
a) 1 page synopsis of overall story
· Title of work
· Introduction to major characters
· Include major plot points & spoilers
· Format: graphic novel, miniseries or on-going
b) 3-5 pages of fully inked / lettered sequential pages
· Colour is optional
· A5 size or larger
· 300DPI or higher resolution
c) Cover mock-up
All proposals must reach us by 23:59 31 October 2019.
If you have any lingering questions, drop us an email at email@example.com with the subject line “WIP” programme.
We promise we won’t bite, unless you ask nicely.
About The Publishers
About Asiapac Books
Established in 1983, Asiapac Books is Singapore's leading independent publisher of comic content and illustrated books. Through our light-hearted and accessible publications, readers around the world have enjoyed learning about Asian history, culture, and wisdom.
About Shogakukan Asia Pte Ltd
Established in 2013, Shogakukan Asia is the leading publisher of manga and edutainment titles in Singapore and Southeast Asia. Publishing and distributing titles such as Pokémon, Detective Conan, Beyblade and Future Card Buddyfight, Shogakukan Asia brings entertainment to young readers in the region.
For more information, please visit us at www.shogakukan.asia
About Vividthree Holdings Ltd.
Established in 2006, Vividthree is a virtual reality (VR), visual effects (VFX) and computer-generated imagery studio that develops and creates digital intellectual property assets that primarily consists of storylines with accompanying characters and visual elements. Vividthree develops and/or acquires digital intellectual property assets to produce virtual reality products such as thematic tour shows, such as the recently announced Train to Busan.
Vividthree has a network presence in Singapore and Malaysia, focusing primarily on two business segments, namely, Post-Production and Content Production.
In 2015, Vividthree Productions Pte. Ltd., which is now a subsidiary of the Company, was acquired by mm2 Asia Ltd., a Singapore based, SGX Mainboard-listed producer of films, TV and online content.
About Darkbox Studio Ltd.
Founded in 2015, Darkbox Studio is a webcomic creator that is focused on creating content for internet and social media consumption. Its first online comic series, Silent Horror, has accumulated a total of 90 million views on one of the most popular webcomic portals, Tapas. With a series of popular titles including Tiresias, Panic Room, Yona and Dante Shinigami, Darkbox Studio is constantly ranked as one of the most popular creators on leading webcomic portals and currently has 700k followers on Facebook and 300k followers on China’s WeChat and Weibo. http://darkboxstudio.com/