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  1. #1
    Creator of Superscript
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    Default Best software for writing comics

    I've been working on a writing app for Mac and Windows designed just for comic book writers. It's called Superscript and it's small and simple, but packed with features to make the writing process friendlier:

    Automatically formats your script as you type
    Automatically numbers panels & pages (even multi-page splashes!)
    Spoken word count per dialog bubble, panel and page
    Customizable spell check and auto-completion
    Include images and comments
    And more

    Please check it out at https://www.kickstarter.com/projects...va/superscript

    If you're interested, please back the project. Reply if you have any questions, feature requests, etc.

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    Hi Justin, I've just downloaded a free trial v1.5.2 for Windows. I've been using Scrivener for structure/plotting and ComyxApp off and on. Someone recommended ComicDraw here, but I can't find the topic (the search doesn't give any results). I also used FadeIn for screenwriting, but that was long ago (when I worked part-time and took a couple of freelance projects).

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    Quote Originally Posted by lumusislight View Post
    Hi Justin, I've just downloaded a free trial v1.5.2 for Windows. I've been using Scrivener for structure/plotting pre-draft or edit it online and ComyxApp off and on. Someone recommended also thetermpapers for writing or ComicDraw here, but I can't find the topic (the search doesn't give any results). I also used FadeIn for screenwriting, but that was long ago (when I worked part-time and took a couple of freelance projects).

    Guys, what other apps do you use for writing comics? Anyone here using Trebly?
    Last edited by lumusislight; 02-21-2020 at 01:28 AM.

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