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Marvel posted a list of tips for breaking into comics pulled from C.B. Cebuski’s twitter feed. I’m quoting from the article:

Want to make comics? Get tips from Marvel talent manager C.B. Cebulski to help YOU at San Diego Comic-Con and beyond.

Pulled from CB Cebulski’ Twitter feed (@CBCebulski) and organized by topic, these tips, tweets and missives may help YOU get into the comic book biz at the San Diego Comic-Con 2010 or beyond!

My favorite is “Never underestimate the power of the mini-comic. Make them. Distribute them. Buy them. Enjoy them.” But by all means, read the whole thing.

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    6 Responses to “Breaking into comics (via twitter)”

    • Matt Kish says:

      He forgot the most important one.

      “Be a writer for a popular, highly rated television show. If you are, Marvel will do anything you want us to if you stoop to writing a comic for us.”

    • Tony says:

      That’s too many characters, I guess.

    • Craig says:

      Bonus points if you can squeeze some rape in there.

    • Tom says:

      Be able to stretch five pages out into a 22 page story. Ass shots. Lots of ass shots.

    • Tom says:

      All joking aside, he does have some legitimate tips for artists. He’s hired a ridiculous amount of new talent for Marvel.

      The writer’s path is fuzzy. You basically have to be published already to work at Marvel-isney. They trash all things that look like pitches using Marvel characters. Maaaaaybe, they’ll glance at it if it’s non-Marvel characters.

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