Another excellent point of view about digital comics – this from Graphicly
Paul Allor is the writer of Clockwork vol.1, a collection of twelve short form comics ranging from wild west tales to epic space operatics. A second Clockwork anthology is forthcoming.
Print comics can be a cruel mistress, especially for a self-published creator. The possibilities are not endless. Theyâ€™re limited by price, by printing technology and even by common practice.
With digital comics, the price drops dramatically. The printing press is non-existent. And common practice is determined by us. So why do so many digital-only comics still stick to the rigid formality of a 22-page comic, released monthly?
For print, that format makes sense, from a marketing, financial and logistical standpoint. Itâ€™s accepted by fans, it fits well within a 32-page staple-bound floppy, and itâ€™s a reasonable goal for many artists.
Here’s what’s inside this weeks 2000 AD – Prog 2158 UK and DIGITAL: 30th November 2019 £2.99 NORTH AMERICA: 30th December 2019 $25.19 (per pack) DIAMOND: SEP191936 COVER: Nick Percival In this issue:JUDGE DREDD: THE HARVEST by Michael Carroll (w) Nick […]
Out this week in print and digitally from Action Lab: Danger Zone – Killswitch #3 continues the story by Jeffrey Susan Bridges & Walter Geovani KILLSWITCH #2Writer(s): Jeffrey and Susan BridgesArtist Name(s): Walter Geovani (Pencils, Inks), Brittany […]
Here’s what’s inside this months Judge Dredd Megazine – issue #414 is out this week from Rebellion in print and in digital format! UK and DIGITAL: 20th November £5.99 NORTH AMERICA: 11th December $13 DIAMOND: SEP191937 COVER: Dylan […]