Transmedia storytelling is a topic that within the last couple of years reached surface, originally taught and presented by Henry Jenkins.
Essentially, it stands to describe how a comic, book, film, video game, the story therein can be converged with multiple mediums, engaging a broader audience to piece together one, large, multi-platform method of storytelling. Keep On Reading
In the Previous post, we discussed the essence behind our protagonist team losing their first tournament. This is to prepare them for the upcoming, greater event. The Second Tournament. This tournament is the final of finals, the absolute. For our context of the blog posts, it is the last before our teams final year all finish High School. For your story, it could be their last game before retirement, or before they move etc… It is up to you. Nevertheless, this is their final chance.
In the previous post, we established the Premise of Creating a sports show. If you haven’t yet read it, then click HERE. This will look into the actual elements of a sports genre anime story, the order of events of which our protagonist or favoured sports team will pass through.
Be aware, from now on, this will contain spoilers to most sports stories.
I hope by now you’re a regular reader. To which I say, thank you. If you are a regular reader, you appreciate my love for animation in all its variety. It’s a passion that did not leave me.
You want your children to feel like they can achieve anything? Let them watch a sports show. In my time growing up I’ve seen a lot of sports animated series. All were anime (Japanese Animation), but these shows always left me feeling that with practice, came success!
Crowdfunding is something of a new era of business, where the production will talk directly to the consumer, in meets then standards that the buyer deems fit for them. Through achieving criteria’s set by us, it allows us to get exactly what we want. The ideal product.