We’ve been talking about the slow death spiral of independent websites for years now, and here’s the next step: Dread Central, the well regarded horror/movie site is attempting to go crowdfunded. They need $7000 a month to keep going, and they’re about $1500 in as of this writing. The reasons? Surely you know them by […]
This is book a work of Halloween suitable art, a weird story AND an awesome Kickstarter. Triple Crown. Beehive Books, the publishing company run by Josh O’Neill, formerly of Locust Moon, is collecting the art of a forgotten master, Herbert Crowley, in The Temple of Silence: Forgotten Worlds of Herbert Crowley . Crowley was a well […]
A new edition of Seth Tobocman’s War in the Neighborhood will bring this powerful story of 90s NYC real estate wars back into print.
It’s a rare occasion that you can use words like sweet, thoughtful, and gentle to describe a science fiction superhero story taking place in a brutal, dystopian urban battleground, but thanks to Sophie Campbell’s Shadoweyes from Iron Circus Comics, that day has arrived. Set in a cluttered and decaying city of the future, Dranac, Campbell introduces […]
Just yesterday it was reported that a Japanese court had found artist Rokudenashiko’s vagina figurines to be considered art and not obscenity, but less stressed in the headlines was that the court also found her guilty of “distributing digital data of indecent material” and hit her with a fine. It’s that last case that is […]
I first became a fan of Jim Zub’s because his tutorials on the comics making process, so it’s fitting that my next interview with him is about a platform that lets people who have enjoyed that content support him financially. His Patreon account has already amassed a sizable contribution from others who’ve enjoyed his comics or his writing about his comics […]
Okay now this is putting your money where your mouth is, in the best possible way. The other day we told you about Rosarium Press and their ambitious slate of books celebrating diversity behind and on the page. they have an Indiegogo campaign running, to help supplement publisher Bill Campbell’s day job in publishing the line of […]
Tyler James is easily one of the hardest working people in comics. Over the past several years, while continuing his role as the publisher of ComixTribe, he’s taken a keen interest in crowdfunding. He went from finding early success with comic projects on Kickstarter in 2012 quickly to the massive success of the C is for […]
Greg Pak explains why he’s Kickstarting a book about how to run a successful Kickstarter. Since Kickstarter Secrets is already successful, you probably shouldsupport this book and listen to this man before you run your own comics Kickstarter!
Kazoo magazine is a new print mag for girls, with a plan to present material that speaks to girls aspirational goals A new kind of print magazine for girls—one that inspires them to be smart, strong, fierce, and, above all, true to themselves. KAZOO is currently being Kickstarted, and has already gained tons […]