The new company recently announced a collaboration with Radical Comics, and was formed by Avatar star Worthington and his friends Michael and John Schwarz.
Full Clip will produce comic books and graphic novel properties that have the potential to be developed into feature films.
"One of the biggest things for me was to make sure that I wasn't just doing a deal with a film company that just wanted to do a comic book and immediately adapt it as a feature film," Barry Levine from Radical Comics told CBR.
"If something happens down the road and Sam [Worthington] becomes part of it, that's great, but the characters are not necessarily geared towards Sam," Levine continued.
Full Clip Productions' first project, Damaged, is a miniseries written by David Lapham and focuses on two retired police officers as it's protagonists, one of whom becomes a vigilante.
"With Damaged they're 60-ear-old men, so unless I'm wearing a latex mask then I'm a bit out of luck, aren't I?" Worthington said regarding whether they intend to use the series as the basis for a film for him to star in.
Worthington also teased the next upcoming collaboration project between Radical Comics and Full Clip.
Currently titled Patriots, the project will be a stand alone graphic novel based around the question of whether you would sacrifice a whole continent in order to save the rest of the world.
Damaged #1 will be released in February 2011.