With his crack team of artistic Avengers and an all-powerful editor at his beck and call, Ryan Garcia is about to embark on a journey to turn his epic idea into the next essential digital comic read. However to avoid ending up a bitter old hack counting his pennies while others profit from his idea, he’s going to get this team to sign a contract. But don’t be scared it’s a nice contract! Ryan talks us through the easy way to set up a creative team contract in The Garcia Method: Contracts Are Fun! (No really!)
Now our columnist Ryan Garcia has a first draft of his comic script it’s time to fine tune it, and that’s where you need an editor to tell it to you straight. In his guide to how to write a digital comic, Ryan explains all in The Garcia Method: Why editing
is the single most significant step you can take in perfecting your script on the journey to self publishing your comic book matters!
Writer Ryan Garcia continues to share his secrets for creating a great digital comic, this week three essential ways to make your story stand out from the crowd.
Welcome to our newest column, The Garcia Method: Or How To Write A Digital Comic. You’ve all heard of the Marvel Method for writing print comics, but what about the brave new world of digital comics? Let us introduce to Ryan Garcia, an aspiring digital comic book author who is on a journey to share his experience with the world. And he’s going to start by sharing it with our readers.
“Where are all my comics and why can’t I buy new ones?!”This is going to be a common cry across the homes of many digital comics fans this weekend as ComiXology introduce their new Comics app for iPad and iPhone that turns their revolutionary cloud based market place into a bog standard comic book reader. As part of the new deal that sees ComiXology become part of the Amazon family, Comics users on the iPad and iPhone have been prompted to download a new version of their app for iPhone and iPad this weekend and unfortunately there is more to this than just a fancy new icon on your home screen.
Fresh from pounding the aisles at the London Exel Centre last month, our intrepid columnist Lizzie Boyle Says reports in with some small press observations in with her London Super Comic Con review.
The latest in our ‘why I love digital comics’ series sees indie comic creator and Afterlife Inc. writer Jon Lock wax lyrical about the joys of digital.
In the latest of our ‘Why I Love Digital Comics’ series Tim West, founder of UK digital comics storefront Comicsy, tells us why he loves his digital collection more than print.