Tag: Comic book

Crowdsourcing 101

I did this near the end of 2013 for a novel on Indiegogo. I’ll talk more about that novel in another post. I’ll have to do it again at some point. I didn’t achieve my full funding goal then… in part because many people didn’t really understand what I was trying to do, so I’ll attempt […]

Long Time Away for Me

I was away writing (of course) but didn’t have a lot happen, full disclosure… My novel funding didn’t go as far as I would have liked. It was a big learning experience however, and I’ll still finish it… I’m still trying to finish my novel for those who funded though. Of course, profits from others […]

Long Live the Legion!

This is not like my typical posts on this blog, but I wished to share my views anyway. DC Comics have announced they will soon be cancelling the series due to poor sales. Paul Levitz – a writing legend on the series, and Keith Giffen – art legend on same – couldn’t save the title. […]

A Super(s) Possibility

I have been reading comicbooks for most of my life (over 30 years; I’m 45 now). Most of them have been — and still are — superhero books. I’ve been playing role-playing games for just as long; it’s no surprise then that I write for superhero games. Now comes this news: Zenith Comics Acquires SUPERS! Story […]

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