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Some advice for aspiring comic book folkI don't proclaim to be the knower (not a real word) of all things but I have had some success and made some mistakes and some right steps along the way. I hope this helps you!Some advice for aspiring comic book folk by wordmongerer
1. Remain professional. This means not bombarding people with e-mails, phonecalls, tweets, especially editors. Editors are insanely busy trying to get hundreds of pages of art and story, promotional materials, interviews and so forth done each month so searching for new talent, looking at porfolios etc is something that they do when they can. An editor not getting back to you straight away (or even ever) is not them being a dick, but many are struggling to spend time with their families due to workloads. If an editor sighs when they see your name on the e-mail that's not a good thing! Most creators are not contacting editors daily unless they're sending work they're expecting, if you're contacting them frequently and you're not working for them then yes you are being unprofessional!
2. If your work is good eventu
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