Arledge Comics believes that all human life has value. We believe that Black lives matter and that Black voices need to be heard. We support the need for social reform and for speaking out. We stand with the Black community against systemic racism and violence. To show respect to – and solidarity with – the … Continue reading We’re with you. #BLM
It seems like telling fact from fiction is a game of chance anymore. Was it the governor or Iron Man who said 'Earth is closed today'? Nothing is really certain during this pandemic except for the uncertainty. Closures, quarantines, and stay-at-home orders have taken a toll on our communities, especially our creative communities. Arledge Comics … Continue reading Corona, Covid, and Staying Safe
Arledge Comics acquires Strange Waters anthology from Haunted Cosmos Press Arledge Comics is pleased to announce their acquisition of Strange Waters, a queer fantasy comic, from Haunted Cosmos Press. The acquisition was finalized earlier this week, where the publisher hopes to restructure the volume and turn the previously failed anthology into a success. Strange Waters … Continue reading Arledge Comics acquires Strange Waters anthology from Haunted Cosmos Press
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As many of you know, I attended my first (and second) comic show(s) as a vendor this past month. I was at Olympic Collectables Expo in Silverdale WA and at Fantastacon in Tacoma, WA. I’ve had a bit of time to reflect on both the shows, so here are my thoughts and reactions as a … Continue reading A Tale of Two Cons
As most of you know, I've been working as a content editor for Big Wonder World. I've been working on a series that I think a lot of you - my readers - will find beneficial. I am compiling all my years of experience as a freelancer (geez, if that doesn't make me feel old!) … Continue reading Branding Yourself as a Freelancer
I've been thinking a lot about the creative process, and how this differs from creator to creator. I'm a Type A personality with OCD tendencies. I like things neat and orderly. My creative process has a set number of steps - the preceding always falling into the following step. When I approach a new comic, … Continue reading Creative Processes – 1) Summary
I revived my Patreon account, and I get a lot of people asking "what is Patreon?" The folks to established the site warn that half my job as a creator will be explaining what Patreon is *awkward laughing* so here's my Patreon introduction blog post. Patreon is a crowdfunding platform - not unlike Kickstarter. I … Continue reading What is Patreon?
Hey followers. I've been a bit on the silent side. That's because I'm hard at work! I'm busy editing Trial Run - that anthology is turning out so great. I have all the scripts to artists at this time, and comics are slowly being turned back into me. I met with a graphic artist to develop … Continue reading Updates – Updates everywhere
Greetings, readers~ I'm currently on the hunt for a female comic artist (read: female presenting/identifying comic artist). I stumbled upon an all girls anthology, and I would really love to put together a submission. It's sex positive - body positive - and paid if they accept our submission. It's only 2 - 4 pages of … Continue reading New Opportunity!