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Green Arrow and Black Canary burst onto the scene. Both of them in heroic, iconic postures, looking totally badass. A TEAM.
“I love the epic nature of comic book storytelling, something that's bigger-than-life, larger than any screen or anything that you can ever watch or imagine in any other form.” - Dan DiDio
13-Week Video Workshop – learn the essentials from a master writer.
Build a Portfolio
Hone your craft and polish at least two DC sample scripts that, if completed successfully, will be hand-delivered to all DC and Vertigo editors!
Those who succeed in the Master Classes may obtain a position on a DC comic book series.
How to Apply
Your résumé should include all published writing experience, comics related and beyond. If you are a team, two individual résumés should be uploaded.
A short composition is no longer than the space provided, which is equivalent to about a page, double-spaced and in size 12 font, or 2000 characters (with spaces). It should tell us why you want to be a DC comic book writer and how your background will add a unique perspective to our publishing portfolio. If you are a team, please submit one composition that talks about you as a team.
Published Writing Samples
Applicants may submit up to two published writing samples. Comic book work is preferred, but we will also accept fiction writing that will highlight your skills as a possible DC writer. DC does not accept unsolicited submissions using our characters. Proposals for comics using DC characters or unpublished scripts MUST NOT BE SUBMITTED, AND WILL NOT BE READ OR ACCEPTED.
We must have this in order to read your submission. Make sure both your signature(s) and all required information are at the bottom. The agreement must be uploaded to your application before the deadline. Faxes and e-mails of this document will not be accepted. Please take into account the time it will take to submit your submission agreement when applying.