What do you do when your Kickstarter progress slows down or your campaign feels like it’s stuck in neutral?


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • The truth about feeling STUCK and why “hustling & grinding” your way out of stuck rarely works.
  • One of my students just had his best launch ever… Learn his SECRET!
  • One Counter-Intuitive thing to do NOW to fix a stalled Kickstarter campaign STAT!
  • Plus: How one ComixLaunch Pro Member’s Wife Applied the Our Lessons to Her Business

This Session is Sponsored By:

Comic Impressions, a US based comic and graphic novel printer specializing in BOTH small digital AND large offset print runs. Go to ComicImpressions.com to to submit a quote or request a FREE printing sample and when you mention ComixLaunch you’ll get 5% off your next order!

Hey, have you heard of Comic Impressions yet?

I’m really excited about this comic and graphic novel printer that can service comic orders big and small, digital and off-set.

And because they’re located in the United States, they can get most of my listeners their books fast!

While new to comic scene, this printing company has been in the business of expertly putting ink on paper for over 30 years.

Comic Impressions is already printing books for successful Kickstarter creators and direct market publishers like Scout Comics, and they recently knocked the first printing project I sent sent their way for ComixTribe out of the park!

Comic Impressions is one of the few comic printers using the HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press which lets them digitally print comics that nearly indistinguishable from offset print runs at affordable prices, even for smaller runs.

Seriously, I’m a big print quality snob and these are some of the best digitally printed books I’ve ever flipped through.

But don’t take my word for it… what I want you to do is go right now and request a COMPLIMENTARY sample pack from ComicImpressions Team at ComicImpressions.com.

I asked Rich Boye at Comic Impressionsto put together a bunch of FREE sample packs for ComixLaunch listeners showcasing both their digital and offset printing capabilities and ship them at no charge to creators who ask for them… and he said no problem.

I know you’re going to be impressed.

And while you’re at it, if submit a quote for your next printing project and I think you’re going to find there pricing extremely competitive as well.

Plus, if you mention ComixLaunch and you’ll get an additional 5% off your next order!

Head over to ComicImpressions.com today.


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Write down 10 things in your life you have complete control over right now.

Thousands of comic creators right now trying to decide whether to launch their previously planned Kickstarters in light of the global pandemic. Tyler shares his best advice on how to navigate these unprecedented choppy waters.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • The Pros & Cons of launching during this Coronavirus crisis
  • Where to put your focus instead if you decide to cancel your launch
  • Tips for launching in the midst of a global panic
  • PLUS: The Big Secret to making the right decision on tough questions 100% of the time.

This Session is Sponsored By:

StickerMule custom stickers and more. Go to ComixLaunch.com/stickermule and get a $10 credit on your next order.


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How will you turn the Coronavirus challenge into an opportunity?

Is it possible that “Newbie” Comic Creators actually have an ADVANTAGE on Kickstarter?


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Why most people who think you need to be a “big name” or “established” to have success on Kickstarter are dead wrong.
  • What separates Newbies that succeed on Kickstarter from those that don’t.
  • The BIG SECRET to achieving your ambitions comic goals as fast as possible!
  • Plus: How to conquer fear of criticism and judgement for good!

Today’s Session is Brought to You By:

Comic Impressions, a US based comic and graphic novel printer specializing in BOTH small digital AND large offset print runs. Go to ComicImpressions.com to to submit a quote or request a FREE printing sample and when you mention ComixLaunch you’ll get 5% off your next order!


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

ComixLaunch.com/funded


More About Our Sponsor:

Hey, have you heard of Comic Impressions yet?

I’m really excited about this comic and graphic novel printer that can service comic orders big and small, digital and off-set.

And because they’re located in the United States, they can get most of my listeners their books fast!

While new to comic scene, this printing company has been in the business of expertly putting ink on paper for over 30 years.

Comic Impressions is already printing books for successful Kickstarter creators and direct market publishers like Scout Comics, and they recently knocked the first printing project I sent sent their way for ComixTribe out of the park!

Comic Impressions is one of the few comic printers using the HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press which lets them digitally print comics that nearly indistinguishable from offset print runs at affordable prices, even for smaller runs.

Seriously, I’m a big print quality snob and these are some of the best digitally printed books I’ve ever flipped through.

But don’t take my word for it… what I want you to do is go right now and request a COMPLIMENTARY sample pack from ComicImpressions Team at ComicImpressions.com.

I asked Rich Boye at Comic Impressionsto put together a bunch of FREE sample packs for ComixLaunch listeners showcasing both their digital and offset printing capabilities and ship them at no charge to creators who ask for them… and he said no problem.

I know you’re going to be impressed.

And while you’re at it, if submit a quote for your next printing project and I think you’re going to find there pricing extremely competitive as well.

Plus, if you mention ComixLaunch and you’ll get an additional 5% off your next order!

Head over to ComicImpressions.com today.


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Make a list of all of the ADVANTAGES you have right now as a creator. What are you most grateful for?

Kristen Renee Gorlitz, film and comics writer, and creator of The Empties stops by the ComixLaunch Podcast to talk about the process of writing a screenplay, turning it into a horror comic and then funding it successfully on Kickstarter.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Lessons learned on the journey from writing for film to writing for an artist.
  • Kickstarter has “LOVED” Kristen’s past three projects… what’s her secret?
  • Kristen’s secret survey trick that’s helped her keep her email list super-engaged
  • Plus: A Million Dollar Milestone for ComixLaunch Pros!

Today’s Session is Brought to You By:

Comic Impressions, a US based comic and graphic novel printer specializing in BOTH small digital AND large offset print runs. Go to ComicImpressions.com to to submit a quote or request a FREE printing sample and when you mention ComixLaunch you’ll get 5% off your next order!


Today’s Featured Guest:

Kristen Renee Gorlitz is a writer of movies and comic books, including the graphic novel “THE EMPTIES” which is live on Kickstarter now. She has a background in film, and has worked in both production and art. She currently lives and works in Los Angeles for NBCUniversal, and also runs her own production company, Strage Worlds Production Studios.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

The Empties: You are who you eat! (A Horror Graphic Novel) https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/kristengorlitz/the-empties?ref=discovery&term=the%20empties

comicimpressions.com

John Schlim Jr. ComixLaunch Pro Spotlight –> https://pro.comixlaunch.com/blog/john-schlim-jr


More About Our Sponsor:

Hey, have you heard of Comic Impressions yet?

I’m really excited about this comic and graphic novel printer that can service comic orders big and small, digital and off-set.

And because they’re located in the United States, they can get most of my listeners their books fast!

While new to comic scene, this printing company has been in the business of expertly putting ink on paper for over 30 years.

Comic Impressions is already printing books for successful Kickstarter creators and direct market publishers like Scout Comics, and they recently knocked the first printing project I sent sent their way for ComixTribe out of the park!

Comic Impressions is one of the few comic printers using the HP Indigo 12000 Digital Press which lets them digitally print comics that nearly indistinguishable from offset print runs at affordable prices, even for smaller runs.

Seriously, I’m a big print quality snob and these are some of the best digitally printed books I’ve ever flipped through.

But don’t take my word for it… what I want you to do is go right now and request a COMPLIMENTARY sample pack from ComicImpressions Team at ComicImpressions.com.

I asked Rich Boye at Comic Impressionsto put together a bunch of FREE sample packs for ComixLaunch listeners showcasing both their digital and offset printing capabilities and ship them at no charge to creators who ask for them… and he said no problem.

I know you’re going to be impressed.

And while you’re at it, if submit a quote for your next printing project and I think you’re going to find there pricing extremely competitive as well.

Plus, if you mention ComixLaunch and you’ll get an additional 5% off your next order!

Head over to ComicImpressions.com today.


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Embed a survey in your next email blast.


How to Find Out More About Our Featured Guest:

http://www.emptiescomics.com/

While in the midst of his latest Kickstarter launch, writer Travis Gibb gets a little coaching from Tyler on the realities of serializing a crime comic on Kickstarter and what it will take to level up his launches.


Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Where to focus your energy and effort mid-launch?
  • Why “How fast you fund” isn’t a metric that matters all that much?
  • Why knowing the “high watermark” in your genre can help frame expectations during a launch?
  • Plus: Some USPS shipping rates went up… BIG TIME. Here’s what to do about it.

Today’s Session is Sponsored By:

Today’s Session is sponsored by ‘Anubis: Dog of Death’, a supernatural action comedy. Issue 1 is live on Kickstarter February 4th.


Today’s Featured Guest:

Travis Gibb is a lover of indie comics and the writer of Broke Down and Four Dead Bodies.


Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

Anubis: Dog of Death #1 – Anubis Gets Adopted https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sindrelf/anubis-dog-of-death-1-anubis-gets-adopted/posts/2763896

Broke Down and Four Dead Bodies – Issue 1 – 3 – CRIME NOIR https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/bd4db-issue3/broke-down-and-four-dead-bodies-issue-1-3-crime-noir-0?ref=discovery&term=broke%20down

More About Our Sponsor:

Anubis: Dog of Death’ is a supernatural action comedy series.

As the name indicates, it stars Anubis, the Egyptian god of death. But while he was once a feared and respected deity, in today’s modern world he has lost most of his believers, and thus most of his power.

He now has to navigate his new life as a tiny disgruntled purse dog in L.A., along with gods from all kinds of different religions who have suffered similar faiths.

Imagine American Gods, but with a dog Garfield as the main lead.

The kickstarter for issue 1 is going LIVE on February 4th! You can also follow the creator at facebook.com/sindrelf for updates on the project.

Will you adopt Anubis, the dog of death, into your comic book collection?


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Research the Top 5 Books in your genre on Kickstarter all time. What are they? Make that list! Study them! Why are they there at the top?

How to Find More About Our Featured Guest:

brokedownandfourdeadbodies.com