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Comic Books Need An Upgrade – Jimmy Palmiotti

Comic Books Need An Upgrade – Jimmy Palmiotti

Comic Books Need An Upgrade – Jimmy Palmiotti I think comics are treated the way they are, mainly because of the way they look and feel.  Walk into any bookstore and you will see that presentation demands respect. If comics stay the way they are, size, format,...
When One Does Not Equal One by Bill Love

When One Does Not Equal One by Bill Love

Math is supposed to be consistent.  Two is greater than one.  One is equal to one.  It is just how math works. In the world of comic book retailing, it ain’t necessarily so.  Perception may not be reality but it will affect the sales of your comic book. When the owner...
Waiting to Get Paid – by Bill Love

Waiting to Get Paid – by Bill Love

There is this one comics artist I know… (Actually, this is a story I have seen repeated over and over again.  You may think I’m talking about you.) He was your typical aspiring comics pro.  He had some talent but needed experience.  He was approached by an...
Bill Love – For Love or Money

Bill Love – For Love or Money

A young friend of mine recently decided to use her artistic abilities to make money.  She previously only drew for the love of her craft and just gave her work away to friends and family.  She loved to draw and people praised and treasured her work, but she never saw...
SOME OBVIOUS ADVICE To Comic Book People-Jimmy Palmiotti

SOME OBVIOUS ADVICE To Comic Book People-Jimmy Palmiotti

This from Jimmy Palmiotti popped up in my FB feed from where I shared it a year ago and I thought it might bear repeating. Bill Nichols *** SOME OBVIOUS ADVICE to comic book people: When you get a contract, get a lawyer to read it over. Understand that work for hire...