Jason Crager writes for Bleeding Cool, Where does inspiration come from? I often get asked that question being a comic book creator and artist.
crowd funding Archives
It's been five years since Omega 1's fourth issue premiered at WonderCon, and Mark Edward Lewis, Emmanuel Xerx Javier, and Alina Andrei want to finish out the first saga by releasing issues #5 and #6. To fund the effort, they are turning to Kickstarter with a new campaign that will run until May 17th.
The Beginning of the End reaches Adventure Time. Lumberjanes reaches its 50th issue. Return to Fraggle Rock. This will all be provided by Boom! Studios this May. Details here.
hasbro has launched a brand new initiative called Haslab, a crowd-funding platform to try and get collectors the kind of pieces that we could only dream of before. The first project is a Star Wars Vintage Collection Jabba's Sail Barge playset!
By Christopher Helton All too often the co-author, or co-creator, of something big gets forgotten or dismissed, and the main voice gets much of the
Phil Zoshak writes for Bleeding Cool: Thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak about Game Changer, a new nerd nonprofit program of Page 15, a
Anthologies, Digital Comics, Crowd-Funding And The Evolution of Comics – Jon Gorga and Drew Ford in Conversation
Of course, if you have a book that people will get behind, you can take it beyond the Internet into the physical world (even if you can't afford it) through crowd-funding websites. Crowd funding is also something that definitely wasn't available 20 years ago. JG: In the new digital world, the opportunities open to a comics-creator[...]
Library Smash! The Northlake Public Library, in a Chicago suburb (just south of O'Hare airport, Wizard World fans) is running a crowdfunding campaign to