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Comics Are Open Source Interviews

A few years ago, I did a series of interviews for The Pulse with my fellow self-publishers about how they each made their own comics, on the web, with photocopies, with single issues, and with full-blown, offset-printed graphic novels. The originals have since vanished down the memory hole, but Jen Contino was kind enough to allow me to reprint them here. I'll be adding a new one every day or so, to give them a permanent home. The information is, of course, a few years old, but the majority of the advice is still quite valid.



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