In this end-of-the-decade session of the ComixLaunch Podcast, Tyler shares the 10 biggest lessons he’s learned over the past 10 years working on THE RED TEN series, which recently wrapped up with a final successful Kickstarter launch.

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • A savvy tip to increase the odds that a collaborator you’d love to work with will say YES!
  • One thing that opens doors for a new series that might otherwise stay closed.
  • What you need to pay special attention to… and how it resulted in the one big domino that helped ComixTribe take off.
  • Plus: Holiday wishes from Tyler

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