How to Self-Publish Your Own Comic Book Paperback – Mar 1 1997
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About the Author
Tony C. Caputo is the publisher of hundreds of comic books, including such well-known titles as Speed Racer™, Astro Boy™, The Terminator™, The Real Ghostbusters™, Vespers™, and The Green Hornet™. From 1989 to 1994, he served on the board of directors of the Comics Magazine Association of America (CMAA). and has worked as a publishing consultant for a variety of companies, including Disney Publications and Walter Joseph Communications. He has also produced over 20 volumes of Speed Racer home videos and gift sets, and has collaborated with such legendary industry talents as Harlan Ellison, Neal Abrams, Jim Steranko, Mike Baron, and Jeff Butler.
Top Customer Reviews
The book is not geared to the just starting out writer or artist as one reviewer already stated. unless your rich or have a good business background this book is not for you
at least not right away
i am not sorry to own this book but i think the book could have done a better job on actual creating of ads rather then waste a few pages with comic con types of aadvertising. more tips to finding good people rather than just pluging a few talent scouts also whould be helpful
This book is my bible in terms of building my company at eigoMANGA.com. I have it secretly stashed in my desk and let people believe that I'm a comic book genius.
The blueprints are spelled out in this book so you can't go wrong. Yeah, it can be alittle intimidating sometimes so read the parts that are relevant to your needs at that time. When I started out in my dining room several years ago, I didn't need to know about worldwide distribution, now I do.
This industry is a real rat-race, with very few big time people wanting to help you. Mr. Caputo and this book is a blessing!
With a little bit of desire, work ethic, and Mr. Caputo's book, you are destined to go far in this industry. TRUST ME!
It covers the creation process, the printing process and even distribution.
If you are a future comic book creator you're going to want to have this reference tool on your book shelf. Even if you never self publish a title, there is plenty of behind-the-scenes insight.
Most recent customer reviews
This book is worth getting just for the comic book resouce listings it contains.Published on June 17 2003 by J. Eure
I've given this book 5 stars because of how it has excited me about the possibilities of self-published comics. Read morePublished on May 3 2002 by Randall Wincek
The author covers a lot of territory. However, it stays rather general, which is good if you are new to the topic. Read morePublished on Dec 26 2001
I was in desperate need of a book of this type when I saw this. It is the best book ever written on this subject. Mr. Caputo should teach a class. Read morePublished on Feb. 5 2001 by Mike Thompson
I have learned so much from this book. I can tell you that this is a tool, and not a way for Mr. Caputo to line his pockets. Read morePublished on Dec 8 1999
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