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Make Comics Podcast

The 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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#168 – Reilly Brown on Digital Comics and Vertical Scrolling

Reilly Brown (Deadpool, Spider-Man, Lobo) talks about his process and approach on Outrage, his Webtoons webcomic that scrolls vertically, digital comics, print comics, and the business of making comics.


#167 – Why Kickstarter for Your Comic

Fresh off her Comics Experience micro course, Heather Antos talks about WHY Kickstarter could be a fit for your comic, how to think about planning your campaign, and what to think about before you push “go.”


#166 – Tips on Hiring a Freelance Editor

Nicole Boose (Marvel, Millarworld, freelance) shares five tips for hiring a freelance editor for your comics project. Goals, roles and convos to get your project moving!


#165 – Scheduling Your Time

Jim Gibbons talks about scheduling for each step of the comics-making process, and really sitting down and doing the math. Working on creator-owned, work-for-hire, whatever your project, planning a schedule for/with your team is key to making deadlines.


#164 – Finding the Humanity in Superheroes

Heather Antos talks about finding the humanity in superheroes, including her experience at Marvel with Deadpool and Gwenpool. And a preview of Heather’s 11/09/19 Comics Experience micro course Kickstarting YOUR comics.


#163 – Setting Goals for Your Comics Project

What do you want? What are the steps do you need to get there? Are you willing to deal with the downsides? All this and more in setting your goals for a comics project.