Clever Improvised Comic Book Made by 26 Different Artists

(Photo: Portland Superheroes Coalition)

Kirk Damato of BuzzFeed had a brilliant idea. He recently attended the Rose City Comic Con in Portland, Oregon. While there, he asked artists to participate in a game that would result in a comic book story.

The process were simple: an artist drew on the whiteboard. Damato then gave the whiteboard to the next artist, who erased it and added his or her own content. As a result, each artist saw only the previous panel, resulting in a bizarre but amusing story:

(Image: Aubrey Aiese)

(Image: Wook Jin Clark)

(Photo: Zachary Sterling)

(Image: Kel McDonald)

You can read the other 22 panels at BuzzFeed.

-via Walyou


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