In her latest column, our intrepid columnist Lizzie Boyle Says talks to some industry experts about the future of UK comics and finds out that the future is digital!
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This month our intrepid columnist LIzzie Boyle Says looks at the laziness that comes with being able to create comics at the click of a button and how to avoid it.
In her latest column our intrepid reporter Lizzie Boyle Says wonders if the rise of digital comics may be the first unwitting step in the rise of the machines!
“Comic creators need to think about what digital (and only digital) enables you to do” Lizzie Boyle Says: Five things to remember when creating digital comics
This month our intrepid columnist Lizzie Boyle Says looks at 5 things to think about when creating digital comics.
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.
Lizzie Boyle Says: The challenge for small press creators for 2014 is to lift our comic above what it is now [and] integrate the physical comic into a digital reality!
Our roving reporter, ‘Lizzie Boyle Says’, was at ThoughtBubble recently, indulging her love of small press comics and thinking about the crossover between (printed) small press and the digital world.
Lizzie Boyle Says: The Great Comic Convention Mystery (OR Why No-One Knows What to Buy and No-One Knows How To Sell It To Them)
Following on from last month’s column about ‘why I love digital comics’ we would like to welcome the brilliant Lizzie Boyle to Pipedream Comics as a regular columnist with the first of here series of article ‘Lizzie Boyle Says’. In this first instalment she looks at the secrets to buying and selling small press comics […]
“It makes comics more accessible and more affordable to creators and readers alike” Disconnected Press’ Lizzie Boyle on ‘why I love digital comics’
Our new series of guest columns on ‘why I love digital comics’, continues this week with a controversial entry from Disconnected Press‘ Lizzie Boyle.