If you’re an overseas creator stumped about how to deliver Kickstarter rewards to a primarily US based audience or simply want to get out of the Kickstarter reward packing and shipping game, this one is for you! Tyler chats with writer Andrew Clemson, creator of Damsel from D.I.S.T.R.E.S.S., about how he is able to orchestrate comic book Kickstarter fulfillment from overseas.
Highlights of This Session Include:
- Hands free fulfillment! How Andrew delivers his books and rewards to backers without ever touching them!
- Why Andrew pivoted to Kickstarter after focusing on Diamond distribution for his first book.
- Andrew’s experiments with the comic creation process and how his has evolved across multiple series.
- Plus: Advice to creators hesitant to launch.
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Today’s Featured Guest:
Andrew Clemson is a comic book writer from the U.K., living in Dubai, and the creator of Damsel from D.I.S.T.R.E.S.S, Star-Bastard, Child of the Machine, and Bete Noir.
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What would your next launch look like if you had to run it without ever touching any of the product you’ll fulfill to backers? How would it be different?
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