Agents of Change

Things I've Learned Along the WayBy Paul Kupperberg© Paul Kupperberg I’ve never had an agent. The idea of using representation in the Work-Made-For-Hire* comic book biz is really ridiculous unless you’re in a position of some of our “superstars” and there’s something more than page-rate at stake....
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What do I know about writing?

NOTE: We have fixed a problem with the linked column that was preventing most visitors from viewing it. Things I've Learned Along the WayBy Paul Kupperberg© Paul Kupperberg Last October, I finished writing a novel, on spec, working most of the previous two months on it around paying gigs. My wi...
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Twitter advice from Marvel’s C.B. Cebulski

Marvel Comics talent liaison C.B. Cebulski has been twittering up a storm of advice to new creators of late. Cebulski, who scouts for new artistic talent for the publisher, has had a lot of practical things to say. Keep track of his latest by following him on Twitter at: http://twitter.com/CBCebulsk...
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Insider Briefing: Dan Vado of Amaze Ink / SLG Publishing

This is the second in our series of interviews with the behind the scenes decision makers at America’s comics publishers. In 1986, Dan Vado decided to see if he could write and publish his own comic book, so he started a publishing company, SLG, which was then known as Slave Labor Graphics. “Soon...
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