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This is another storyboard for the characters in Monster. I didn't have enough space in the last one.

Storyboard Text

  • JOSÉ DELGADO José is a witness to the crime committed. He seems to be lying about something that happened and gets ticked when someone points this out. He is a static character and an antagonist to the story because he's trying to get people caught.
  • SAL ZINZI Sal was in prison for 43 days due to buying stolen baseball cards. He appears to be lying about what he has said. He wanted to get out because of sexual assault. He is a static character and neither an antagonist nor protagonist to the story because he didn't do anything against Steve.
  • WENDELL BOLDEN Wendell is a character that seems hard and angry. He obtained stolen cigarettes from Richard (Bobo) Evans. He is a static character and neither an antagonist nor protagonist to the story because he never really did anything against Steve.
  • DETECTIVE KARYL Karyl is the detective that was investigating the death of the store owner that happened during the store's robbery. She is a static character and an antagonist to the story because she is trying to get Steve Harmon put in prison.
  • OSVALDO CRUZ Osvaldo was a part of the crime committed. He appears to be lying about what he is saying. He is a static character and an antagonist to the plot because he isn't a good kid, and he was against Steve Harmon for the most part.
  • RICHARD "BOBO" EVANS Bobo was involved in the felony murder committed on December 22. He supposedly was the one taking the money, whereas James King was the one who actually committed the murder. He is a static character and an antagonist to the story because he was trying to get Steve Harmon put in prison.
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