Finding balance between inspiration and what sells on Kickstarter? [Caleb Palmquist’s MasterMind Hotseat]

Pull up a chair and join an all-star crew of creators as mastermind season of the ComixLaunch podcast returns! As he attempts to move toward being a full-time creator, writer Caleb Palmquist is struggling to find a balance between the things that inspires him as a creator and what the market responds best to on Kickstarter. A roundtable of talented creators dive deep into this vexing challenge that most creators wrestle with. Read more

Comics Crowdfunding News Round-Up

Let's get you caught up on a quick scan of recent comic book and crowdfunding news that ComixLaunch listeners should know about, including Diamond Comics distributors entry into the crowdfunding fulfillment game, as well as recent trends and announcement from Kickstarter. Read more

Serializing Ongoing Anthologies Through Crowdfunding with Will Robson

UK comic creator Will Robson returns to the ComixLaunch Podcast to share what he's learned serializing OUTBREAKS, "The Only Ongoing Zombie Anthology Comic" on Kickstarter over the past year. He and Tyler will discuss the state of crowdfunding in 2024 and topics related to freelancing in comics and living your best creative life. Read more

ComixLaunch Pro Spotlight: How Jack Harris Raised $16K on His First Kickstarter

Writer Jack Harris Jr, creator of Terminus Veil and Clash Digital Publishing is featured in this month's ComixLaunch Pro spotlight. In this session, you'll hear how Jack founded his publishing company on three key principles, which are high quality artwork, diverse characters from different backgrounds, and explosive, thrilling action. His first campaign for Terminus Veil volume 1 delivered all of the above--plus $16k in funding! Read more

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Comics Crowdfunding: Making the Case for Indiegogo

While ComixLaunch has almost exclusively focused on the Kickstarter platform, it is not the only game in town. Indiegogo is a crowdfunding platform that hundreds of comic creators have chosen to fund their projects. In this guest post, Jen Finelli makes the case for Indiegogo.