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Make Comics Podcast

Make Comics LogoThe Comics Experience Make Comics™ podcast provides ~15 minutes of advice per episode on all aspects of creating comics and breaking in to the industry.

Join Comics Experience founder and former Marvel and IDW Editor Andy Schmidt and his co-host Joey Groah as they discuss making comics! (Also, big thanks to the co-host of the first 50 episodes, iFanboy’s Josh Flanagan!)

Do you have a question about making comics you’d like to hear discussed on the podcast? Email us at info@ComicsExperience.com.

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Episode #137 – Budgeting: Making a Collaborative Deal

Part 3 of the budget discussion mini series: making a collaborative deal for you and your creative collaborators.


Episode #136 – Budgeting: Creative Budget

In part 2 of their budgeting series, Andy and Joey talk about creative budgets: what are you paying the creative and production team. Planning for your project/per page.


Episode #135 – Budgeting: Setting a Personal Project Budget

In the first of three budgeting episodes, Andy and Joey talk setting a personal budget for a creator-owned project.


Episode #134 – Promoting your Work for Hire with Paul Allor

Paul Allor talks about how a creator can promote work for hire work on social media and with retailers.


Episode #133 – Pros and Cons of Getting an Agent

This episode talks about the pros and cons of getting an agent, as well as a look at Comics Experience panels at C2E2.


Episode #132 – Getting Your Work Published: What Are Your Goals?

Andy and Joey talk about getting your creator-owned work published, and the bigger idea of what you want your comics to do for you.


Episode #131 – Do I Need an Editor?

Do you need to work with an editor on your creator-owned comic? Andy and Joey discuss when to get an editor, and why you may not need one.


Episode #130 – Mark Waid on Working with New Comics Talent

Mark Waid (Marvel, Archie, ThrillBent, DC, BOOM!) joins Make Comics to talk about working with new talent and wearing an editor hat.