Alan Moore y su proyecto digital: Electricomics.

Dejo data de este proyecto que empezó Alan Moore. Recién me entero. Según interpreto, “Electricomics” será un magazine de comics vía digital donde participarán varios autores. Disculpan si no pongo más data pero no tengo tiempo de traducir ni leer con detenimiento.
Aquí el 1er post de su blog.
ELECTRICOMICS LAUNCH – PRESS RELEASEAlan Moore Creates Digital App
The most famous modern comic book writer in the world, Alan Moore, is leading a research and development project to create an app enabling digital comics to be made by anyone.
Already known for revolutionising the comic book industry in the 1980s, Moore is pushing boundaries again with Electricomics – an app that is both a comic book and an easy-to-use open source toolkit. Being open source and free, the app has wide potential not just for industry professionals, but also businesses, arts organisations and of course comic fans and creators everywhere.
“Personally, I can’t wait,” said Moore. “With Electricomics, we are hoping to address the possibilities of comic strips in this exciting new medium, in a way that they have never been addressed before.
“Rather than simply transferring comic narrative from the page to the screen, we intend to craft stories expressly devised to test the storytelling limits of this unprecedented technology. To this end we are assembling teams of the most cutting edge creators in the industry and then allowing them input into the technical processes in order to create a new capacity for telling comic book stories.
“It will then be made freely available to all of the exciting emergent talent that is no doubt out there, just waiting to be given access to the technical toolkit that will enable them to create the comics of the future.”Electricomics will be a 32-page showcase with four very different original titles:Big Nemo – set in the 1930s, Alan Moore revisits Winsor McCay’s most popular hero
Cabaret Amygdala – modernist horror from writer Peter Hogan (Terra Obscura)Red Horse – on the anniversary of the beginning of World War One, Garth Ennis (Preacher, The Boys) and Danish artist Peter Snejbjerg (World War X) take us back to the trenchesSway – a slick new time travel science fiction story from Leah Moore and John Reppion (Sherlock Holmes – The Liverpool Demon, 2000 AD)
Electricomics will be self published by Moore and long time collaborator Mitch Jenkins as Orphans of the Storm, and funded by the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts. As a publicly funded research and development project, Electricomics will be free to explore the possibilities of the comic medium, without the constraints of the industry.
The app will be built by , under the guidance of Ed Moore (no relation). Ocasta create apps for the likes of Virgin Media, Vodafone, Harveys and The Register. They are excited to be making their first foray into the world of comics.
The research team will be led by Dr Alison Gazzard, who has published widely on space, time and play in interactive media, and is a Lecturer in Media Arts at the London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education. Joining her, Daniel Merlin Goodbrey is a pioneer in the field of experimental digital comics and senior lecturer at The University of Hertfordshire.
Moore’s daughter Leah will edit the project, having created the 150 page digital comic The Thrill Electric for C4 Education in 2011.About the Digital R&D Fund for the Arts
The Digital R&D fund for the Arts is a £7 million fund to support collaboration between organisations with arts projects, technology providers, and researchers. It is a partnership between (), () and ().
We want to see projects that use digital technology to enhance audience reach and/or develop new business models for the arts sector. With a dedicated researcher or research team as part of the three-way collaboration, learning from the project can be captured and disseminated to the wider arts sector.WEB:
4 years, 6 months ago
ES UN CARETA EHHHHHHHHHH!
hahaha la realidad es que editando se creó el thread otra vez. Lo malo es que quedó el que no está bien editado. Ahora veo si lo arreglo, espero que no se duplique nuevamente.. ente ente ente ente..———- Mensaje agregado a las 15:09 ———- Mensaje anterior a las 15:08 ———-No se puede me cacho en diéh..
4 years, 6 months ago
heroealcuadrado
Didí, te acaban de cerrar un post. Qué hiciste? hay bronca con Flushman?
No nos podemos ni ver.———- Mensaje agregado a las 15:24 ———- Mensaje anterior a las 15:23 ———-
dede82
Ahora veo si lo arreglo, espero que no se duplique nuevamente.. ente ente ente ente…
Ya está. Cerré el otro y moví los mensajes a este.
4 years, 6 months ago
flushman
No nos podemos ni ver.
Y, no. Vos y tus horarios y que vivís en esa mansión del conurbano…así nunca se van a ver ni en una picadita.
Alan Moore, ni idea que dice la nota pero es otra genialidad. El barba caga y lo tiene que enmarcar al sorullo
4 years, 6 months ago
heroealcuadrado
Me acaban de confirmar que Alan Moore le parece una mierda esto que hizo y pide que no lo nombres en el post
Muy bueno.
4 years, 6 months ago
DRA
Parecido a lo de David Loyd, no ?
era justo lo que iba a decir, en la CBB del año pasado lloyd hablo de su proyecto digital y me senti un poco mal por no poder garpar esos 10 dolares que costaba las subscripcion, ademas me dio un pin de “aces weekly” que perdi como un boludo durante un recital…
4 years, 6 months ago
 

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