Creating and crowdfunding comics takes a wide range of skills and a ton of time to do it right. So, how exactly does a comic creator looking to build up his or her publishing line determine what jobs to keep and what to outsource. That’s the dilemma Scott Harris-King has found himself in. Luckily, a roundtable of creators is here to help Scott determine what his time is worth and what tasks to let go of in this mastermind style session!

Highlights of This Session Include:

  • How Scott has been able to scale up from one Kickstarter per year to six?
  • The challenges of knowing whether a creative investment will be money well spent or funds wasted?
  • How to determine what tasks to hang on to and what to let go of in your creative pursuits?
  • Plus: A super simple formula to help YOU place a value on YOUR creative time!

This Session is Sponsored by…

…the ComixLaunch MasterMind. Fighting isolation and staying connected with others is more important than ever right now…

If you would you like to meet once a month with a group of serious, like-minded creators to talk about your projects and creative business for mutual support and accountability this year, go to and get on the interest list.

New groups will be forming in June and meeting in July!

In the MasterMind Hot Seat Today:

Scott Harris-King is a professional writer who has been creating his own comics since 2019. He’s best known for his successfully crowdfunded series “The Crimebusters” and “Cthulhu vs. Uncle Sam.” And his 10th Kickstarter launch is live this month for Quest, a new epic fantasy series.

In the MasterMind Round Table:

  • Chris Brimmage (Comic and Prose Writer, Marketer)
  • Jeff Lorentz (Comic Writer & Artist)
  • Don Handfield (Film Writer & Producer, Comic Writer)
  • James Mascia (Comic & Prose Writer)

Links Mentioned in Today’s Show:

  • QUEST #1: Epic Swords and Sorcery Action in a Magical Realm by Scott Harris King

MANDRILL P.I. Novels 1-2: A noir tale for cartoon lovers by Chris Brimmage

  • Skin Of My Teeth #1: A Pulp Cult Horror Comic by Jeff Lorentz

  • Dungeons and Dimwits – Issues 1 & 2 by Dren Productions Games & James Mascia

  • LOST BOY #1-2: Origin of Peter Pan by Don Handfield

More About Our Sponsor:

Okay, creators, I have a question for you…

Right now, how many people are there on this planet who know exactly what it is that you’re trying to create this week, this month, this year, and in the next five years and in your lifetime?

And how many of those people ALSO want AND can help you to achieve those big dreams… and are regularly thinking about what they can do to help you on your mission?

Right now, do you have other creators in your corner who you trust to offer good, knowledgeable support and advice about the issues and struggles you face as a comic creator?

Are these creators who are always going to tell it to you straight, even if it’s not what you want to hear, but what you need to hear to level up?

And are you meeting with these people on a regular consistent basis to talk about these things?

Seriously, how many people do you have in your world right now who fit that full description?

If the answer is “NOT ENOUGH”, then I want you to imagine that there was a small group of high performing creators, who you really respect and you admire, and they constantly had you on their minds.

Imagine you were meeting with them regularly for mutual support, brainstorming and accountability.

Would that make a difference in your creative business and in your life?

If so, then I want to invite you to learn more about the ComixLaunch mastermind groups starting up in July.

Just go to to get on the interest list. We’ll be accepting applications for just a short time in June to fill brand new groups who start meeting in July.

A ComixLaunch Mastermind Group could be just the thing you’re looking for to have a massive creative breakthrough in the second half of the year.

So again, is where you’ll find all that information.

You’ll get on the interest list and potentially get into an awesome ComixLaunch Mastermind group of your own, and hit the ground running with us in July.

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Give a monetary value to your creative time!
A) How much $$$ do you want to make this year from your creative efforts?
B) How many hours do you want to work each week to generate that revenue?
Take A and divide it by (Bx52) to get your dollar per hour figure.

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