Unless you are backed by the big boys at DC or Marvel, getting your comic to market can be almost as hard as coming up with the idea in the first place. Small press print runs still cost money, even if you run your new mag off and staple it yourself — and then you […]
We don’t normally get involved in politics, but with recent events in the UK reaching far beyond the polling booths and the palace of Westminster, we sent our intrepid reporter Olly MacNamee to look at the impact that a Vote to Leave The EU, has had on the UK Comic Community. He talks to comic creators and comic con […]
Our columnust Charlie Humphies is tired and frustrated with the ages-old excuse of “women are hard to write” when a new comic book has only a token white female in it. She takes a look at what makes compelling female characters.
With his creative team assembled and firmly under contract comic book writer Ryan Garcia has to tackle the hardest part of the comic book creation process: waiting. As his artist sharpens his pencil and starts creating character sketches of his precious creation, Ryan practices his skills on Threes as he waits for ‘The Moment’ when his […]
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!
Ryan Garcia’s adventure in digital comics moves on from the ideas stage and into the world of scripts this week in The Garcia Method: The Battle of the Blank Page.
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 […]
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.
This month our intrepid columnist Lizzie Boyle outlines her top 6 ways to sell 1 million digital comics and become the next comics millionaire!
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.