I be Nate Cosby, CEO of COSBY & SONS PRODUCTIONS. I wrote the Eisner and Harvey Award-nominated COW BOY at Archaia, BUDDY COPS at Dark Horse, and co-wrote PIGS at Image.
In association with Rovio Entertainment, I oversee the American production of ANGRY BIRDS comics.
In association with Dynamite Comics, my production company edits and packages the Gold Key line (TUROK: DINOSAUR HUNTER, MAGNUS: ROBOT FIGHTER, SOLAR: MAN OF THE ATOM, DOCTOR SPEKTOR) and King Features titles (FLASH GORDON, KINGS WATCH).
I was nominated for a Harvey Award for co-writing/editing JIM HENSON'S THE STORYTELLER at Archaia. I used t'write for Disney publishing, and when I edited at Marvel, I took care'a the Harvey-Award winning THOR THE MIGHTY AVENGER, Eisner-Award winning OZ books, SPIDER-MAN, SUPER HEROES, X-MEN FIRST CLASS, PET AVENGERS, SPIDER-MAN LOVES MARY JANE and a buncha others.
This blog is dedicated to exactly what I'm thinking at all times. I'm on Twitter as @NateCosboom.
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i saw you retweet someone today talking about a monologue exercise, but the link came to the main site. Can you hook a dood up with the link to the exercise? Thanks!
natecosboom natecosboom Said:

They’re not super-formal exercises. It’s just sometimes when I like to take a pre-established character I like and write a little monologue for them. Helps me get in the mood to delve into characterization with “someone” I’m familiar with. This is handy, because the majority of what I write features characters I’ve created myself. Helps to see how other characters are built…I use the dialogue exercises as inspirational blueprints.

The quotes are riddled throughout my blog, but here’s some of them…

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