Curtis Clow is the writer and co-creator of a number of highly successful fantasy graphic novel series on Kickstarter, including Beastlands, The Wild Cosmos, Slightly Exaggerated and Majestic. In this session, Tyler James talks to Curtis about how his approach to Kickstarter has evolved over the years, and some new opportunities that have been created by the success on that platform.

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • Why Curtis serializes two issues at once for his hit series Beastlands & Slightly Exaggerated
  • How Curtis juggles multiple ongoing series on Kickstarter and beyond.
  • How Curtis is taking his Kickstarter funded work to the direct market by partnering with established publishers.
  • Plus: The ComixLaunch Mastermind will be opening its doors again soon… is this the year you get a creator MasterMind in your corner?

This Session is Sponsored by…

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Today’s Featured Guest:

Curtis Clow is the writer/co-creator of comics including The Wild Cosmos, Beastlands, Slightly Exaggerated and Majestic, and has done freelance writing for comics and video games. In just a few short years, he’s racked up 15 successful Kickstarter launches, and is back on the platform this month with the 4th issue of Slightly Exaggerated.

Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

Check out Curtis’ latest project on Kickstarter: Slightly Exaggerated #1-4: A Treasure Hunt Fantasy Adventure

More About Our Sponsor:

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ComixLauncher [358]:

What was your biggest takeaway from this conversation with Curtis? Success leaves clues, and we’ve had some big time successes on the ComixLaunch Podcast this year… are you collecting those clues and applying them to your creative aspirations?

How to Find Out More About Our Featured Guest: Contact Curtis via email ([email protected]) or on Twitter and Instagram @CurtisClow

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