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So as discussed in comments, you need to define this better as we're having trouble understanding if this is a narrative voice, internal thoughts, or off pannel dialog? If this is a narrative voice, typically a "text box" or "thought box" is used. They are usually ascribed to a narrative voice of a character (In novel writing, think of ...


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What I've seen is either italics for the text or quotation marks around it to indicate that this is interior monologue in the box and not narrative.


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There is some variation in comic scripts, especially as web publishing allows more and more people to publish for a wide audience. For a solo operation, there might not even be a script. With a duo (writer plus artist), it's still possibly something far from standard. Even when it's a comic company behind the development, there is a little variation, ...


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As far as I am aware of, there is no standardized format for comics. Furthermore, it strongly depends on the artists you collaborate with and their level of engagement in the process of creating the story (rather than just being the drawing hand). In principle you could set it up to mimic a movie screenplay with camera directions as you move from panel to ...


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