Okay, lads and ladies. We need to get on this one quite rapidly, as we have planned to have the comic strip thing up and running by the time the NSC II event rolls around in November?and obviously we don?t have that much time now ? although, I?m confident we?ll have something rather nifty to present by then! For those of you who don?t know what this is about, FF-UK is having our own table at the NSC event, where we will promote ourselves, and have some fun in the process. For those of you who couldn?t make it to Signatopia in August, the table we had was a big success, even if the crowd attendance at the event was less than anticipated. Anyway, it was discussed what we could do to help draw people in, and one of the ideas thrown around was to do a comic strip for children (although, I?m sure that the ?big kids? will be interested in this one as well). The strip would entail a short story where we would photograph children against a green screen in a variety of poses, drop them into the middle of the action as the hero, and then print them off to take away. What we need to do now is to come up with a short story, and start designing the layout and look of the comic itself. It has been proposed that the comic would have been broken down into several panels?around 14 in total, with three so far have been determined:The opening crawl.The person receiving their medal.The final award ceremony shot (like the final shot of ANH). Obviously we need to come up with something to go in between them in the other 11 panels. This also begs the other question, what are we going to do? Is it going to be a Jedi piece? Will it be a Rebel Pilot piece? What about a smuggling story? I?m going to post a thread in the Fan Art forum to see if there would be anybody willing to help out. I think we should start getting this one started, and this is the thread to do it in. So, what do you think we should do? Get the story pinned down first, and then start thinking on the logistical side of things? Come on, people. Let?s get this one cranked out.