We're talking panel descriptions here ladies and gentlemen, For those unfamiliar, panel descriptions are bits of writing meant to form the illustrations found in comic scripts. I've read quite a few of dissimilar styling. Some favor quick and not overly descriptive paragraphs, perhaps three or five sentences more or less. Others make elaboration look like the depths found in kiddie pools, sometimes having one panel described at full lengths of a page. Is it merely style that dictates what is best? Is it the writer's aspirations to create a full-bodied immersion with a uniquely identifiable world and/or settings? Please, if you've read or written any do tell. I'm curious.