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Lifelike

Dara Naraghi's graphic novel Lifelike is now available in both digital and print editions. Click here for more info.

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Image of Igor Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard: Battle for Shadowland (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Terminator: Salvation Movie Prequel
Image of Witch & Wizard Volume 2: Operation Zero (Witch & Wizard (Idw))
Image of Ghostbusters: Haunted Holidays
Image of Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales Of The Here And Now
Image of The Absurd Adventures of Archibald Aardvark Volume 1: Bullets, Booze, and Beelzebub
Image of MGM Drive-in Theater: Motel Hell and IT
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Image of No Dead Time
Image of Comic Book Tattoo Special Edition
Image of Saint Germaine: Tales of an Immortal
Image of Sherlock Holmes & Kolchak: Cry For Thunder S/N Limited Edition HC
Image of Ghost Sonata
Image of Vampire The Masquerade Volume 1: Blood and Roses
Image of Moonstone Monsters Volume 1

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    2 Responses to “If I ran a large comic book publisher…”

    • Tony Goins says:

      I often get annoyed at the “every comix fan knows how to run a comix-related business,” but these seem pretty common sensical.

      I feel like comix probably don’t have space to devote an entire page to the recap anymore. Old comix typically had a
      “previously on …” box, right?

      No. 2 is so obvious I can’t believe no one thought of it before now.

      Big sigh for No. 3. Sigh.

    • Dara says:

      I don’t recall Marvel or DC having a “previously on…” paragraph. DC for a while has had a short 2-3 sentence description of the book’s main character on every credits page, and Marvel actually used to devote a whole page to this info, though I don’t know if they still do.

      I remember First Comics (back in the 80s) had a “Who are these guys, anyway?” paragraph on the inside from cover of their books, giving you the lowdown on the characters and the plot thus far.

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