Illustrated cartoons allow a teacher (author) to describe a story with greater detail and effect than words or pictures, or even words and pictures can achieve. "Special Effects" are easily introduced where-ever a concept would benefit from focused and detailed explanation, and the most challenging aspect of actual first aid instruction is recreating the signs and symptoms of injury and illness. This is easily portrayed with cartoons, and at the moment no other cartoon book exists that addresses the topic of First Aid and CPR training.
This text' would serve as an excellent adjunct to the manuals training agencies already issue to students, adding clarification and additional explanation of widely used techniques. In the format of a graphic novel, a sub-story will run throughout that has characters engaging in activities that generate injuries. Then after each shootout' scene, the first aid instructors would arrive and demonstrate what would next happen in the real-world.
Demo frames already built, outline is completed, characters chosen
. Focus and effort are all that are left to complete this concept. Estimating it will be over 300 pages when completed, and medium size format, (8 x 10), color pages but mainly B&W, 6 months of full-time effort to complete. This book will appeal to a far wider audience than just first aiders as the story is fun and you can't help but to learn something about First Aid while reading it.
Thankyou, everyone, for the response to this project, but please, Agents and Publishers only at this time.