Paul Allor talks about what’s in his convention-floor bag including how he shows work to editors and collaborators; Heather Antos talks about planning on getting your con setup and merch and yourself to a con in the U.S. and abroad; and Andy Schmidt talks about panel planning, submissions, and hosting!
Heather and Joey are joined by CE screenwriting instructor James Janowsky to talk about the course, James’s background in filmmaking and teaching, as well as how comics and screenwriting overlap in skills and collaboration.
Writer and Editor Heather Antos talks about the pros and cons of walking around at comic convention versus tabling, things to consider when you’re making that decision like if you have new work to sell, how to talk to a potential customer and turn them into a new reader, and her experiences from both sides…
Selling your comic to a publisher, then retailers, then readers, or selling directly to readers digitally, or a crowdfunding platform… whatever route you go, you need to market your comic. Jim Gibbons talks about comics marketing pitfalls and planning.
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.
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.”