The fine folks at Graphicly are focusing more and more on helping comic creators get their comics made, distributed, and marketed, which to me is a fantastic thing. They already have a great site where you can buy and read digital comics.
Now they’re helping creators get their comics to you more easily.
They asked me to write a blog about my experiences with digital comics, and I shared what I learned in this entry: “Going Digital with Your Comic: A Rough Map.”
Go check it out, along with the other articles there (there are only a few). Their new widget is quite awesome, by the way — you can embed a digital comic into your website, like we did here.
Speaking of comics resources, there’s a brand new site by comic creator Jason Brubaker called Making Comics that I’m also keeping my eyes on.
So while making comics is a tough road — something I discussed in my recent interview with the North Raleigh Times — the path is becoming a bit less fraught with the unknown, thanks to the growing set of resources at Graphicly and the new Making Comics site. So go, read, and create!