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Story Structure in Graphic Novels — Night Fisher

At one point or another, we’ve all held on to something for too long.

In R. Kikuo Johnson’s graphic novel, Night Fisher, Loren Foster holds on to a relationship with his childhood best friend even though at the age of eighteen, they have become two very different people.

Instead of letting go of the relationship and being true to himself, Loren conforms his boy scout nature to a lifestyle of drugs and criminal behavior. It will take a rite of passage in three-acts to open his eyes.

To see how Night Fisher works as a three-act story, visit here: Night Fisher Story Structure.

(Spoiler Alert: If you have not read Night Fisher, I will be discussing the entire story.)

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  1. 05/03/2011 at 12:00 PM

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