So you’ve written, drawn, lettered, edited, and then self-published your own comic book. Well done, that’s a fantastic achievement! But the hardest part of the job is still ahead of you, and that’s getting it in front of a customer – either by getting .
As a followup to my Conventioneering article, I’m analysing a few table displays from other creators and patrons, and make some suggestions on how to improve them. TIM STILES First up is my pal Tim Stiles from Canberra, of Gorilla, my Dreams and The .
I’ve been attending comic book conventions, zine fairs and other trade events for the better part of 20 years. Over that time, I’ve determined what to do and (more often than not) what NOT to do, through trial and error. It’s difficult to prepare .