Friday, March 15, 2013

Rainbow Dash - The Plot Thickens - J.D. Coughlan


Following his retirement, Ryan K. Lindsay joins forces with Rainbow Dash for some wacky adventures!

Panel 1: A slummy crime den. The criminals, up to no good, react with surprise as Ryan K. Lindsay kicks the door in. Rainbow Dash should be visible behind him, if possible.

RYAN: Freeze! Ryan K. Lindsay, comic book writer!

Panel 2: Ryan has the perps against the wall, and is handcuffing the last one. Rainbow Dash checks a stack of papers on the table.

RYAN: You punks make me sick.

DASH: My gosh! Ryan, this goes further than we thought.

Panel 3: Ryan looks over at Dash. She holds up the papers frantically.

RYAN: What's that, partner?

DASH: They were planning on unleashing a virulent strain of writer's block on your old pals over at Thought Balloons, thus nullifying their inescapably awesome talent!

Panel 4: Close up on Ryan, grinning and looking right at us.

RYAN: Heh. Guess I'm still looking out for you boys...

Panel 5: Ryan presses one of the perps up against the wall, hard. Dash's speech bubble should be blocking his last word.

RYAN: You think you'd get away with it, you sons of [blocked]

DASH: Language!

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4 comments:

  1. Can't see this making into an issue of Friendship is magic, but man I loved this. Dash seems to stick perfectly to her character even in this hard crime genre. You also write a mean damn Ryan Lindsay. Oh and that last panel is gold, using Dash's bubble to cut out Old man's Lindsay's fouls mouth works on just about every level.

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  2. This needs to be on TV. Great interplay between your two leads. Kudos!

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  3. This explains my page this week...

    Seriously, funny stuff. Great cameo by RKL to boot.

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  4. Genius. Way to perfectly build on your earlier RKL script while also tying in Rainbow Dash. I'd never thought of it before, but the two do make quite the team...

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