I’ve been developing a comic book for 27 years, how to I get it published.
It is Science Fiction Comedy with a Christian story… The script has been written and tweeked many times, but I haven’t had the time to sit down and DRAW it all since the original 1979-1983 version. I have character designs based on the original script (which I copyrighted in the 80’s) and ideas for the...
Self-publishing could be a good option. Do a search online for “self publishing” & sites will pop up.Here are some book titles that are relevant:* The Self-Publishing Manual: How to Write, Print, and Sell Your Own Book, 14th Edition by Dan Poynter* Complete Guide to Self Publishing: Everything You Need to Know to Write, Publish, Promote, and Sell Your Own Book (Self-Publishing 4th Edition) by Tom Ross* Smart Self-Publishing: An Author’s Guide to Producing a Marketable Book, 3rd ed. by Linda G. Salisbury, Jim Salisbury* Self-Publishing For Dummies by Jason R. RichThere are lots of free informational resources out there as well. Check the source box for links to articles.Also, be sure to copyright your work. You can do this at the US Copyright Office. Go to the last link in the source box for Literary Works. The application is fairly simple & the cost is $30 per application (it will raise to $45 by July 1).Hope that helps! I wish you much success & happiness in all your ventures!
How to publish your own comic book.
Have no idea, been wanting to do it for some time. Outside of doing strips and such for zines & papers, how do you get an actual comic book published as an independent artist? Not really interested in being picked up by any major publisher…just want to do this on my own.
Have you thought about doing it as a web comic? Scott Kurtz of PVP and Pete Abrams of Sluggy Freelance, I believe, had the same idea got wrapped up in doing the online thing and in the case of Kurtz he got picked up by Image Comics. Mr. Abrams I believe has his books printed and distributes them from his website.
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How to get a comic book published.
So I want to become a professional comic cook creator, and how do I go about getting it published. Lets exclude the skills needed such as art and witting for a sec and assume I had the skills of a professional comic book author, how do I go about to publish me ideas, and get them being sold?
get the address of the comic companies you want to work for.make photo copies of 15 samples of your work.make sure each is different, to show your artistic range.write a 5 page script of you comic.put it in envelop an mail it.go to every comic convention near you and bring your samples to show them. also get names and contact information from people you meet there.
how to get a comic book published.
I was wondering how to get a comic book published I was also wondering how I can make sure the company that I send it into does not take my idea and leave me high and dry. Anyone got any ideas I was hoping to send it to Vertigo but I am well aware that may be a stretch.
Before pitching your comic book story to publishers/agents, register your work with the WGA or the Library of Congress or both.http://www.wgawregistry.org/webrss/http://www.copyright.gov/eco/This way your work will be protected against copyright infringement.Generally, one would not send the actual comic to the publishers/agents. Instead, write a pitch letter and send a treatment. Then, if they are interested, you can send the comic.Hope this helps.
Publishing comic book.
How do you go about publishing a comic book? Is it done in a similar way to other books?
It is, and I agree with the person that said the money is worth, but also don’t let that dissuade you from publishing your comics. If you worked very hard on it, and believe it is good enough for publishing, then do so! 🙂
How do you publish a comic book.
My friends and I made a little good bye present for my girlfriend whos leaving the School. I was wondering since we made it in like A4 paper and folded it in half and kept on adding sheets of paper in it how do we publish it?
Do you really mean publish as in so that everyone can buy it stores?I think you mean bind it.But if it’s for publishing, you can go to professionals, a publisher.Publishers’ job is to publish books and other stuff.http://www.google.com.qa/search?hl=en&q=publish+a+book&btnG=Google+Search&meta=For book binding options, you can pick different things to use for binding the paper. You can get this from companies, bookstores or simply in libraries.http://www.google.com.qa/search?hl=en&q=book+binding&btnG=Search&meta=Aww. That’s sad.Good luck! :]I’m sure she’ll appreciate it.
How much does it cost to publish a comic book.
I just wanted to know so i can budget my money
Nothing. You’re a writer. That’s work. People get paid for their work, they don’t pay for the privilege to work. Any publisher who asks you for money is either a scam or a vanity press and they’re often both.Get a copy of Writer’s Market. Submit your work to a publisher or an agent who cater to your genre depending on whether the publishers you query accept unsolicited work. If they like it, they’ll publish you. If not, they’ll send you a rejection letter. Keep querying other agents and publishers.
how can i get d.c. to publish my comic book.
i have created a brilliant new comic book and want dc to publish it.. or maybe even marvel i dont care i just want it published
If you’re able to write and draw the thing yourself? The straightforward, yet difficult way would be to _go_ to a comics convention and actually network, get there, meet people and talk to them about getting published. Be sure that you have at least a few issues written and/or drawn already, at least in draft form, so people can see what you’re up to.The other way to do this, that caters more to artists, really, is to take the online route. DC Comics has this site, Zuda Comics, where you can upload your work at your pace, and pretty solidly _pick and choose_ how you want to handle creator ownership and copyright. Granted you really do have to be able to draw your stuff yourself to make this work, but the idea is to encourage people to show up with their work online if they already have some done. Just search “Zuda Comics” and see what comes up.Hope this gets you started, and good luck to you.
How to publish a comic book.
I have a comic book Ive been working on for awhile, I have about 250 pages of work and about 20+ chapters. I drew them like a manga and i have a long story planned out in my head. I’m not the best artist but i think im good. how would i publish it and eventually sell volumes of it in stores
I would just try revising it quite a bit. Determining what is crap and can be thrown out and what cannot, if not, ask for some feed back first from some family or friends and after that just touch up on your drawings and improve them before you publish them. Sorry, didn’t answer the question exactly but these are futile things that you need to do for a comic book before you publish it.
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