Script-to-Page Comparison: DISTRICT COMICS: AN UNCONVENTIONAL HISTORY OF WASHINGTON, DC

Troy-Jeffrey Allen
Mar 15, 2018 · 2 min read

Written by Troy-Jeffrey Allen

Art by Jeff McComsey

Edited by Matt Dembicki

Released by Fulcrum Publishing

Synopsis: When Barack Obama was elected president, D.C. erupted like New Orleans during Mardi Gras. As the inauguration approached — and while the Metropolitan Police Department prepared for bomb threats, riots, DUIs, and terrorist scares — officer Darron Jackson was trying to protect something else from Obamamania: his artistic integrity.

What follows are script-to-page comparisons from the first three pages of DESIGN AND DETAIL, originally presented in 2012’s DISTRICT COMICS: AN UNCONVENTIONAL HISTORY OF WASHINGTON, DC anthology.

DISTRICT COMICS is available to purchase through Amazon.com