Kevin Paul Shaw Broden is a man who has worked on many projects during his life of writing and is soon to be featured in ‘Gardner’s Guide to Pitching and Selling Animation’, written by Shannon Muir. He is also a part of the Writers Guild of America and the co-writer of one of his greatest comic joys: the webcomic ‘Flying Glory and the Hounds of Glory’, which will be reaching its 10 year milestone come 2011. He co-writes this comic with his fiance Shannon Muir as well as does all of the illustrations.
With the 10 year mark around the corner, I want to take a moment to highlight the story in all of it’s exciting and suspenseful, fun”glory.”
“FLYING GLORY AND THE HOUNDS OF GLORY features Debra Clay, who has dreams of reaching it big as a rock star with her high school friends backing her up in their band The Hounds of Glory. Discovering that she’ s inherited superpower from her grandmother who was the World War II era super heroine known as Flying Glory, Debra sees a great opportunity to add to the success of her rock star status. Convincing her friends to put on super hero costumes as part of the band performance they become FLYING GLORY AND THE HOUNDS OF GLORY. With becoming super heroes they soon discover their performances can’ t remain on the stage as super villains invade their high school lives. Yet there are some threats that even super powers can’ t protect them from. Debra finds herself nearly raped by a former teen heart throb and must be saved by her friends. On top of that the band’ s contract is bought out by a corporation, and a new adversary known as Diva Bombshell is building herself to be a powerfully explosive foe.”
To start from the beginning of the story, or continue at the beginning of the ten-year mark of the story, visit: http://www.flying-glory.com/