self-publishing



Dieselfunk Dispatch: An Overview of Comics Distribution Channels

Dieselfunk Dispatch: An Overview of Comics Distribution Channels

For the past few weeks, we've been posting updates by Tim Fielder on his journey to transition his creator-owned comic book, Matty's Rocket, to a print-on-demand graphic novel model using his own equipment to produce and sell the books. You can read the first three Dieselfunk Dispatches here, here, and here.  Greetings Dieselfunkateers! So as I've taken on this challenge of defining […]

Gaming Self-Publishing Roundup &#8211 Three Old School Supplements And Adventures

Gaming Self-Publishing Roundup – Three Old School Supplements And Adventures

Just because you don’t find these things in your gaming store doesn’t mean that they aren’t just as good as the material that you will find in your friendly local gaming store.  In this Self-Publishing Roundup I talk about three very different things I have the first two issues of a science fantasy ‘zine, a[...]


Comic Creators Respond To&#8230 The End Of 2013

Comic Creators Respond To… The End Of 2013

The end of a year and the beginning of another, is not just a number. For many, it's a chance to look back, take stock, look forward and make changes. And also, to help others. The time seems to have inspired some comic book creators to look deep within themselves and share the results with […]

You Have To Have Endurance &#8211 A Guide To Self-Publishing at Comikaze

"You Have To Have Endurance" – A Guide To Self-Publishing at Comikaze

While the show hall buzzed with activity Saturday afternoon, a packed room gathered to learn more about the ins-and-outs to publishing independently at the Indie Creators Unite!: A Guide to Self-Publishing moderated by Fanboy Comics Managing Editor and Co-Founder, Barbra Dillon The panel of experts included Matt and John Yuan, owners of Cool Cats Comics[...]

Stan Lee Beats His War Drums Revives the Fallen Yi Soon Shin

Stan Lee Beats His War Drums, Revives the Fallen Yi Soon Shin

Staff Writer Keith Davidsen writes for Bleeding Cool. Yi Soon Shin: Warrior and Defender was a historical comic book series that chronicled the conflicts of a legendary Korean naval commander who stood outnumbered against a Japanese army of "samurai and ninja in a violent orgy of blood and heroics." Self-published by creator Onrie Kompan, the […]