Somebody asked the same thing in this thread. http://mythicscribes.com/forums/writ...el-format.html
Below was my answer with a link to a resource.
Also if you google comic book scripts there are professional scripts from published comics available for you to look at.
This link might help. Graphic Novel Script Format | Tim Stout
When you think about it, how graphic novels are created is similar to movies. There's a script and the artist follows that script to create the images. Sometimes the script can be very specific in what should be shown. Other times, the writer leaves it up to the artist as to how things are shown. To my limited knowledge, there is the Marvel way and the DC way, but there really isn't a industry standard. Some people just do what works for them.
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