And, for clarity sake, by "breaking into comics", I mean getting to a position where you're paid to write/draw comics.
Q: What does a comic script look like.
A: Go to the Comic Book Script archive and read a bunch: comicsexperience.com/scripts/
You'll see that no two are alike and that there is no rigid format.
A: Go to conventions. Follow artists on twitter. Who do those artists follow? Get involved in conversations online and at conventions. Look around locally for aspiring artists. Artists are EVERYWHERE.
A: You ask them if they'll be interested. But, before you do: What can you offer them? A page rate is always best, but not always a reality for those starting out. If you're not offering a page rate, you BETTER offer part ownership
When I was starting as a writer, I did this with MURDER BOOK: murderbookcomic.com
Prove me wrong.