How to Contact Comic Book Artists and Writers
Aug26

How to Contact Comic Book Artists and Writers

[ad_1] The first annu­al New York Com­ic-con brought out Mil­la Jovovich and was so suc­cess­ful, orga­niz­ers almost had to shut it down. The sec­ond annu­al New York Com­ic-con was orga­nized much bet­ter, even bring­ing out Steven King and Stan Lee to meet fans. Below are some more insid­er tips for con­tact­ing your favorite com­ic book artists and writ­ers at var­i­ous com­ic book con­ven­tions around the coun­try… Meet­ing in...

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Comic Book Conventions — 3 Awful Truths About Selling at Comic Cons
Jul15

Comic Book Conventions — 3 Awful Truths About Selling at Comic Cons

[ad_1] There are thou­sands of com­ic con­ven­tions held across the coun­try each year. Local com­ic cons in your near­by city can draw nice crowds and the large nation­al cons in San Diego and Chica­go are packed hous­es with hun­dreds of thou­sands of eager com­ic buy­ers. So, sell­ing your com­ic books at con­ven­tions can poten­tial­ly pro­duce big mon­ey for you, but you should be pre­pared to accept 3 awful truths… 1. The awful...

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Artists Should Keep Records
Dec31

Artists Should Keep Records

By Christo­pher M James Anyone’s life end­ing stage will prob­a­bly become chaot­ic. Ill­ness con­sumes one’s ideas. Strength wanes, mem­o­ry fades the abil­i­ty to do the dai­ly activ­i­ties like work­ing or shop­ping for food declines. Upon retire­ment, the busi­ness will go on. Peo­ple will ded­i­cate the remain­ing of their lives to stress free exis­tence. In 1996, Nam June Paik (1932–2006) a mul­ti­me­dia sculp­tor suf­fered a...

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