The Justice of a Narrative Art Marketer

TweetWhat’s the first thing you think of when you think of Justice? Perhaps the Justice League? Perhaps Superman fighting for truth, justice, and the American way? Maybe the Justice Case Files? But what is justice? Is it fair? Is it still relevant today? We narrative art marketers can push justice on the pages of comics, […]

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How Skottie Young Went from Nothing to Getting Hundreds of Fans

TweetI can’t believe people get away with this. Let’s spend thousands of dollars on untested technology and waste 4 years of my life. Sound good? 36 credit hours at $650 PER CREDIT HOUR Introduction to ePublishing Content Creation Principles of Design for ePublishing Marketing and Promotion Sales and Distribution So here is what you pay: […]

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How To Achieve Lift Off in Your Comic Book Career

TweetToday, I’m going to show you behind -the-scenes to a launch I did for my last 3 launches. This is all the details, so I can see what went right and what went wrong. You can see I can achieve lift off, but I don’t have any sustainable flight, YET. Here is the Google Analytics […]

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From Elevator Pitch to Product Instantly

TweetI recently saw ComixTribe is ramping up publishing Creator owned content, good for them. I will recommend anyone who wants a publishing company to go with them. Tyler James is a leader in our industry you should follow him. The ComixTribe is a wonderful, wonderful resource, I cannot think of any other site on the web […]

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How To Make Rapid Improvements in your Comic Book Skills

TweetFor some reason, artists and writers have a hard time overcoming the creator’s block. Sometimes we wait for everything to be perfect before we take ACTION on anything. (writing) That character wouldn’t say that. (drawing) His nose doesn’t look right. (Marketing) I don’t even know what that word means. (Editing) Is this word used in […]

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