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The Webcomics Handbook

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The long-awaited sequel to the seminal How To Make Webcomics, this massive tutorial based on Brad Guigar's four years of writing at covers the art, business, and promotion of digital comics. With chapters devoted to website basics, digital downloads, social media, advertising, business, and much more, this book is the perfect blend of step-by-step guidance an ...more
Paperback, 304 pages
Published August 12th 2014 by Toonhound Studios LLC (first published July 15th 2014)
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John Kirk
This is sort of a sequel to How To Make Webcomics (by one of the same authors), so it will appeal to the same audience; if you liked that, you'll like this too. There's some overlap between the two, but there's enough new content to justify the purchase.

A lot of the content is also posted to, but you have to pay for membership in order to read it and you'll lose access if you stop paying. So, you may prefer to pay once and have a permanent copy; this format is also more convenient
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Almost as soon as I finished "How to Make Webcomics," I delved into "The Webcomics Handbook," by Brad Guigar.

The author makes two distinctions about his book right away.

First, it is a compilation of notes, posts and articles gleaned from his site as a one-source guide, even for subscribers.

Second, "The Webcomics Handbook" is not an art manual. You'll find no guidelines on writing or drawing. Instead, this book covers the business and social aspects of running a webcomic.

Some of th
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Webcomics pioneer Brad Guigar has been doing a daily comic strip since February 2000. Tens of thousands read Evil Inc every day on the Web and in newspapers. He has published over a dozen printed collections of his work, and he has been nominated for an Eisner award — the top honor in the comics industry. And he does it without a syndicate. Without a publisher. And without an editor.

Guigar runs th
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