Here’s an interesting article I read on self-publishing–specifically on self-publishing comics. Although I don’t agree with everything Stef says, and I certainly don’t work in the same format, size, run, etc. she did, a lot of the information is extremely useful for beginners. It’s a great overview of what really goes into self-publishing a comic, … Continue reading
Top Shelf Productions just announced the release of their Kids Club App (available now on iTunes). “It’s a completely free app that lets you browse and purchase digital versions of our all-ages graphic novels – including several titles at launch, and many more coming soon!” You can also download a free copy of this year’s … Continue reading
There are better ways to coloring comics, and Wizzywig makes a great point: just because we can use millions of colors, it doesn’t mean that we should. If you are looking for a unified look in your palette, or have been wondering which colors to use, Wizzywig’s post is a great place to start.
Had these babies printed a while back for Free Comic Book Day. I’ve been passing them out at schools and library presentations, and the conventions and symposiums I’ve been presenting at. What do you think?
More thoughts on the book publishing industry from our pals at First Second Books.