As I have mentioned elsewhere, Rapid City is in a few different stages of production at any one moment.
I am constantly writing scripts. In fact, this project began as an experiment in which I challenged myself to write a complete comic book script every single month.
I used this site to post those scripts, and updates on my process of creating them.
Over a year into that script project, Kav started to draw comics from those scripts. He is churning out issues faster and faster, but I never let up on my script-a-month schedule.
Kav is doing an amazing job drawing Rapid City #6, but at that very same moment, I am starting work on the script for Rapid City #35.
The fun situation that this creates for is that Kav, who probably knows more about Rapid City than anyone outside of my head, is still more than two years out of date with what is going on in Rapid City!
Earlier today I posted the notification that issue #34 was finished, and in doing so I called it a “supervillain comic book”. This led Kav comment…
I thought it was a superhero book dude.
Kav, it is a superhero comic book. But things change. You may have noticed an already darkening tone in the early Rapid City stories. I don’t want to spoil it, but in issue #24 some very big decisions are made. And then, from issue 25 on, the series focuses the supervillain community in Rapid City.
But don’t worry, by 37 or 38 it will be a superhero book again.
always breaking the rules! great! PS what if some Rapid City Superheroes visit their nemeses in Slowville?