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Force Six, The Annihilators

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Enter the Ending of Season I

It’s the final episode of season I. We end at the beginning, backtrack and spin the clock back to Annihilator Day One. Get a great glimpse as the A-gang gathers!  Drew Spence writes and illustrates a graphic comic, mixing science fiction with science fantasy. It’s a superhero space saga as a group of renegades, gifted with special abilities and artificial enhancements, charge and change the fate of all those they come across. They are the Force Six, The Annihilators and this is the story of their rise, fall and ultimate redemption. READ NOW!

 

 

They were a team of specialists assembled to bring order to a chaotic universe. Something went wrong when right became their final choice. See the transformation from Renegade outcasts to Legends. They are Force Six, The Annihilators. Story & art by Drew Spence.

 

We are The Dynamic Universe. We create graphic comics. They sit between traditional strips and a 3-D style of photorealistic drama. Enjoy the science-fantasy action adventure with terrific tints, great graphics and compelling story-telling. Read the comic and enjoy the soundtrack. Story and art by Drew Spence.

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Episode 09 Metal Devil Maiden

Force Six, The Annihilators

Force Six Annihilators graphic comic book cover

In this episode, There’s a claws clause because…

Episode 09 Metal Devil Maiden

It’s a mad madcap capping caper when the cat and mouse and the rat in a trap make a maze amaze.  The Annihilators attempt to trap a temptress. It’s bait and switch, but the switch is flipped. This is a double-sized episode with the Part II: Mall Maul ready to be red and read. READ IT NOW!

They were a team of specialists assembled to bring order to a chaotic universe. Something went wrong when right became their final choice. See the transformation from Renegade outcasts to Legends. They are Force Six, The Annihilators. Story & art by Drew Spence.

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We are The Dynamic Universe. We create graphic comics. They sit between traditional strips and a 3-D style of photorealistic drama. Enjoy the science-fantasy action adventure with terrific tints, great graphics and compelling story-telling. Read the comic and enjoy the soundtrack. Story and art by Drew Spence.

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The Last Blood Fighter

 

Graphic Comic short from Drew Spence

The Last Blood Fighter comic cover

Now fly forth, swift and sure and save our race!


They fly the Last Blood Fighter and they are the only hope for a dying race. One ship, one serum, one saving sortie. Drew Spence writes a short item and places a pair of pilots in peril. Press on and press play – er click here to read it, no pressure.

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Episode trailer for Force Six, The Annihilators episode 01: Trick Shot

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Web comic and now digital book

Force Six, The Annihilators

 

It seems fitting that, all at once, Force Six, The Annihilators arrives in all the major digital bookstores and the episode trailer for both the comic AND its soundtrack go live. It’s an excellent time in the early life of the Annihilator title. Thanks to all – with their words or encouragement and supportive comments. The Patreon crew and the direct down-loaders.

Force Six The Annihilators episode 01 Trick Shot

It’s the soundtrack for the Digital Comic Force Six, The Annihilators episode 01 Trick Shot. Fallout Shelter and standout vocalist Dynamics Plus bring sounds to the sights of The Dynamic Universe. It’s music from and inspired by Drew Spence’s illustrious illustrations.  Read the comic and enjoy the acoustics.

 

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The soundtrack is available for all the Patreon $upporters and hits the distribution portals at month’s end. Go Dynamics, go Dynamics!

 

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Barnes & Nobles (nook)

http://www.barnesandnoble.com/w/force-six-the-annihilators-01-trick-shot-1-drew-spence/1126315784?ean=2940154351437

 

iTunes

https://itunes.apple.com/us/book/id1232061971

Force Six The Annihilators Episode 03

Episode 03 is Here. Enter Kojin and Fire Destiny.

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03: Bullets and Blades

The fiery Fire mixes with the cogent Kojin as The Annihilators go pay a visit to Redder Coltrane and his corrupt crew of criminal cronies. It’s bullets and blades. It’s episode 03 of Force Six, The Annihilators. Drew Spence’s graphic comic continues with the adventures of the futuristic assassination squad.

Graphic Comic – Seek End Destroy

February 14, 2017 Leave a comment

Visual Arts from the Dynamic Universe.

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Seek End Destroy comic cover

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READ THE GRAPHIC COMIC NOW!

The Dynamics Plus Rocket Science album moves into a new medium. It’s a novel idea illustrated on paper. The song “Seek End Destroy” takes the literal approach as Specialist Dynamics Plus is torn between the mission and the maiden. 13 pages of action. Story and Art by Drew Spence. Photography by Samuel M Wimbley. www.TheDynamicUniverse.com

A Rocket Science Love Story primer.

Rocket Science is an album from Rap artist and producer Dynamics Plus. Dynamica Comics is turning many of the music videos created for that album into graphic comics. Expect a sci-fi bend and a moral twist to many of the stories. The photos and videos were shot by Samuel M Wimbley. The story and Art is by Drew Spence.

Watch the video this comic is based on.

Check out the Cut Supreme remix (video)!

You can watch the Rocket Science album videos here.

You can buy the album anywhere fine music is sold.

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More Graphic comics – Mark of the Griffin

 

 

 

Drew Spence interview with Crazypellas.net Mark of the Griffin Web series

February 26, 2013 Leave a comment

Interview with Drew Spence (Mark of the Griffin)

 

Mark of the Griffin

The Mark and the Mask with questions to ask

Crazypellas.net:
How did you come up with the concept of Mark of the Griffin?
I fell in love with the look of a jet pilot’s gas mask and wanted something similar. It was going to be just an image used across all my music videos, but the concept just seemed like it needed to be fully developed and so, I fleshed out a character that matched the visual.
What message are you trying to give off with the series?
The overall arc with be about the personal growth of Marcus Griffin and his transition into a fearsome avenger.
How do the episode plots get created?
Choice D) All of the above. Sometimes I scout a location and ask myself what interesting thing could happen there. A story could be attached to someone I met with a skill set or unique attribute. And other times, there’s a statement I want to make and it’s about trying to convey an idea using the MOTG universe.
What software and hardware is used?
Pretty much, I use a Canon camera and Adobe’s suite for graphic and video editing with plug-ins by Red Giant to twist the color at the end.
How close to reality is the series?
So far it’s pretty real. As the story moves along, some of the sets and villains will push the borders. We’re going to slide further into the realm of comic book fantasy.
What’s the difference between the comic book and web series?
The web series is very linear and the comic book jumps around in time. In print, I will be taking advantage of the graphical freedom and showing you stuff that would be impractical to film at this point. The web series is more about you watching Marcus Griffin and the comic book is written straight from the thoughts inside his head.
What other stories have you explored?
I created a two-part rap album called Chaos Legion that explores a futuristic Rome and the vengeful quest of a betrayed general. I rhyme as Dynamics Plus- it’s highly lyrical with some ground breaking storytelling, if I do say so myself. Battlestrux is another rap universe which is similar to Star Trek and Macross. The first album is called Year One: Captain of a Starship.

Where are you hoping Mark of the Griffin will take you? In other words, what’s your final goal from the series?
I’d like to be able to devote more time and resources into the MOTG universe. I have so much more to show you. There are short chapters and segments and also a very long story arc. Being able to tell the full story is a huge goal.
Where can we watch and follow the series online?
We have a youtube channel with all the episodes and a website that explains and links to it all.
http://www.markofthegriffin.com/
http://www.youtube.com/watch?list=PL…layer_embedded
READ ISSUE 01  http://issuu.com/producersedge/docs/…f_an_angry_man
READ ISSUE 02http://issuu.com/producersedge/docs/…e_vile_for_web
info about Chaos Legion can be found here: https://dynamicsplus.wordpress.com/ca…legion-series/
Do you have any kind of management, publishing or distribution team behind you? If so what are their responsibilities?
I do everything under my own label Dynamica Music. I stay split between creating and sharing my content.

In MUSIC

How long have you been producing music?
I think I made my first record back in 2000, sometime back then. I got tired of paying for studio time and began building my own studio and making my own music.

What influences your music? Do you use samples or compose your music from scratch?
I started off sampling vinyl and still use sample libraries today. Early in, I began to want the source instrument for the sounds I found myself always sampling. That began my interest in researching and amassing production gear.

What software and hardware do you use to make and produce music?
I like synthesizers to create new sounds and keyboards for traditional sounds and familiar instruments. I mostly record everything into my digital workstation as live audio and then edit after.

How do you create across multiple genres of music…Rap, Dance and Electronic?
I’ve been around different styles of music since I was young, so it’s not that hard to wander around between the different vibes. I have a bit of freedom to just make music and then gently push it in a certain direction.

What one tip would you give to other music producers?
As a creative, I think it’s important to love your own work. A lot of artists create what they think others will like. They are being influenced by material that is popular- even though they don’t like it or can’t fully connect with it. It’s following whatever’s selling well or at least out there in a big way. They feel they must do something similar. You can never have true confidence in your art thinking and working that way.

If someone says you stink, they will be right because it’s all about their feelings about you or your art. If you walk in already appreciating your merits, no one can limit your value; they can only offer their opinions. This world is full of No’s; you’d better get your Yes together before sharing or doing business behind your art.

IN CLOSING
Do you want to give a shout-out to anyone?
Wow. So many people have helped me put this together. You know, I’d like to thank you, Iain for taking the time to help spread the word about the Mark of the Griffin. I’d also say check out my music group Fallout Shelter, EDM artist Domino Grey and rap artist Dynamics Plus.

Thanks again Drew for doing this interview.