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Unnatural Talent: Creating, Printing and Selling Your Comic in the Digital Age Paperback – November 22, 2013
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About the Author
Jason Brubaker began his career in graphic novels in 2011 with the Xeric Award winning reMIND which also got on the Great Graphic Novels for Teens list 2012. He works at Dreamworks Animation in Visual Development on many movies including Kung Fu Panda, Kung Fu Panda 2.
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The printing chapter was invaluable as well. As someone whose fairly clueless about the process, this book shed some light on the subject. The streams of income chapter was quite insightful, because he breaks down exactly what brings in money and what was the most effective for him. His Kickstarter chapter was quite helpful as well. He's raised almost 125,000 dollars in funds, (he most know something!) He covers distribution as well in terms of the channels where you need to sell your comic.
The most valuable bit of information is his 5 page resource guide at the end that lists the books, website, printing, publicists, marketing, and more! Kudos to a great book that will help any graphic novelist make his dreams a reality!
By contrast, his next graphic novel was a weekly web comic, which allowed him to build a fanbase which contributed lots of money to his Kickstarter campaign.
He explains step by step how he was so successful. I now have a blue print to work with, if I decide to move forward with my graphic novel.
Unlike some books which speak general about what to do, Jason actually even gives you links and contact information to people and companies that can help in your journey.
If you are a modern day digital comic book artist or just an artist in general looking to get your art out there, proven and successful details are in here.
The only negatives I spotted in the book is that there are a handful of spelling mistakes that I was easily able to figure out. But who knows, perhaps an updated eBook will solve that and this book will be 100%.