Comic-Con Pitch 2005: 'Dragonblood' (Mania.com)

By:Rob M. Worley
Date: Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Comic-ConInternational in San Diego starts up tonight! Comics2Film is here withanother tip for producers who will be heading down to the show lookingfor the next coolness.


Today "Easy Way" writerChristopher Long spills some "Dragonblood".

Q: Describe "Dragonblood"in two sentences or less.

It's a coming of age story of a boy, Tim Lee, grappling with his destiny ofsaving mankind after being inoculated with the blood of a dragon, whichgives him supernatural abilities.

Q: If you were to compare"Dragonblood" to a movie or TV show what would it be?

It's a coming of age storylike "Harry Potter" with "Enter the Dragon" and"Crouching Tiger" sensibilities.

Q: Why do you think"Dragonblood" would translate to film/TV/animation?

The scope of the story lendsitself being adapted to film or television --It blends mysticism, martial arts, and the pains of adolescents.

Q: How can folks find youat Comic-Con?

Komikwerks booth (#5439 & 5440)or shoot me an e-mail: chriselong@hotmail.com.

Q: Why should movie folksseek you out at Comic-Con?

Komikwerks plans to unveil aseries of children books, "Dragonblood:The Awakening" beingone of them, at their booth, #5439-5440. The book is repped by Circle ofConfusion.


Are you a comics creatorattending Comic-Con with a conceptHollywood types should check out? E-mail your responses to the questionsabove, along with your booth number, tonews@comics2film.comand we'll send them over.

Previous Pitches

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Ryan Codyon 'Hurricane Kids' Steve Buccellatoon 'Weasel Guy' Steven A. Roman on 'Lorelei'
Ben Raab on 'Living in Infamy' Russ Kazmierczak, Jr. on 'Doug Deever: Dupmster Diver' Aaron Sowd on 'Sally Samson: Super Sitter'
Aaron Sowd on 'Undercover Fish' Dan Mishkin on 'The Forest King' Aaron Sowd on 'Dark Art'
Rich Henn on 'Zoomies' Rob Worley on 'TigerFist' Hans Rodionoff on 'Mnemovore'


Series: Comic-Con Pitch