Howard Wong is a multi-award nominated creative consultant and writer from Canada working in animation, comic books, education, high-end collectible toys, marketing and video games. His services include: Creative Consultation, Copywriting, Content Development, Intellectual Property Development, Story Development, Scripting (various media) and Sourcing Creative Talent.
Clients include: Autodesk SketchBook, Bandai Namco Asia Company Limited, The Body Shop Canada, Threezero (Hong Kong) Limited and Toni & Guy (Hong Kong).
Contact e-mail address: scriptmonkey13 (at) gmail (dot) com
Friday, January 29, 2016
So many amazing Canadian talent all in one book! You order your very own copy here: http://chapterhouse-comics.myshopify.com/products/true-patriot-volume-1!
Here's one of the concepts from Uh-Oh! Ogopogo, the story I did with Adrian Alphona (Ms. Marvel) as a treat.
Wednesday, September 16, 2015
I know, it has been a while since I've posted about what I've been up to writing wise. I have been busy working away on a very cool project that I couldn't really talk about, until now. If the image above wasn't enough of a clue, I've been working on a story for FullMetal Ghost!
|FullMetal Ghost Issue One Cover by Jessie Lam!|
A while back Kim Fung Wong of Threezero (Hong Kong) Ltd. invited me to develop an original story and script a comic book for Kuino Okawara's first personal toy project, FullMetal Ghost! I was asked during a meeting with Threezero and Bandai Namco Asia Company Ltd. if I wanted to do it.
|First photo right after the first meeting!|
These guys are 1/6 scale (18 inches tall),
weighing 40 lbs!
|Taken at Threezero office during a production meeting.|
The 1/6 scale samurai and ninja
pilots actually fit in the cockpit!
|It's all in the details! There's so much to look at|
from the various nuts and bolts, LED lit cockpit and
eyes, weathering to the 100 points of articulation!
|No one mentioned to me that they we blowing up the preview pages from the comic for the display! Oh, if you're wondering what was playing on that giant screen, keep scrolling and you'll see!|
|The hero of our story.|
|This fella is going to play an interesting role in the next issue where he'll be...sorry,|
can't talk about that right now.
|I got to see the prototype of what is now called Shadow Blade and his assortment of weaponry. Just love seeing the process for these things come together.|
Oh, just a little FullMetal Ghost action.
Friday, September 11, 2015
Friday, February 6, 2015
Named after acclaimed comics creator “Ghastly” Graham Ingels, the awards are now in their 4th year.
Fan and Creator Voting will be open from February 9, 2015 until February 22, 2015 at www.ghastlyawards.com. You may only vote once for the 2014 Nominees, and Fans will decide the winner of the Best Horror Comic Cover Award. Winners will be announced on March 1, 2015.
Monday, September 8, 2014
Sunday, August 3, 2014
I don't want to spoil what In a Machine's Mind is all about, but I can tell you that it is already scripted and almost finished being layout. Can't wait to see how Brian Evinou is going to blow my mind with his art!
Tuesday, July 8, 2014
Looking for more sci-fi horror in your life? Then look no further than Monstrosity II! The Kickstarter campaign starts TODAY! Click here for more details.
What's it about: From the dark void of space and the edges of time comes a graphic novel monster anthology like no other! MONSTROSITY II
MONSTROSITY II is the follow up to last years indie anthology sensation. This volume continues the monster/horror theme of the original but this time adds a distinct sci-fi twist while holding onto all the things fans loved about the first book. Genetic abominations, robot gladiators, alien experimentation, intergalactic STD’s and a whole lot more!
Monstrosity II has over 20 heart stopping tales created by more then 40 of indie comic's greatest young talents. Action, adventure, alien worlds, demons and devils, science fiction and fantasy all grace the pages of Monstrosity II!
I'm enthralled with how technological advancements ties into the human condition, which I explore in the story titled, In a Machine's Mind with Brian Evinou on art! It's a story that I've been dying to tell for years, which also pays homage to many classic and modern sci-fi horror films I love! Below is a teaser of In a Machine's Mind, which you can read by contributing to our Kickstarter campaign here!