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The Superhero Creators Marketing Booklet: Automated Marketing & Social Media Tools for Indie Comics (50 Free and Cheap Sites That Collect Fans For You While You Create)
Dude. THE SUPERHERO CREATOR MARKETING BOOKLET. I spent years putting together the right resources, and oh so much money trying the wrong ones. I polled comics creators and superhero novelists, and found we as a group struggle with marketing to a level most indie authors don't. And we don't have time to promote when we're busy creating.
Solution? This booklet of 50 resources that make marketing easier, cheaper, and free-er for those of us who don't have DC/Marvel money. I’ve successfully crowdfunded a comic, a movie, and run group promos for books, and here, I’ve drawn from the experts to get you the best of the best. If you're struggling with publicity, and you don't have much time for kickstarter after kickstarter, the superhero creators' marketing booklet should get you started.
Becoming Hero: Comics Character Vs. His Author!
Skye is the storm-tossed comic character out for revenge on the author who murdered his family.
Jace is the math-loving #blerd trying to escape his father’s deadly legacy.
When their worlds collide, Jace must choose between the real world he’s always hated, and the comic book world he’s always loved–and Skye must decide if killing his author will save his world, or damn his soul.
Origins - A Guardian Anthology
An engineering student battles Multiple Sclerosis--and experiments with dangerous body modifications. A girl in a red hijab leaps into the flames of a rotting convenience store--to save someone who hates her. A 9th-grader catches a doctor poisoning his city's water supply to "cure" cancer. A kid scarred by his alcoholic father turns his own broken, twisted psychology into a super-weapon. A restless girl from the South uncovers a human trafficking ring, and as she navigates the complexities of police-victim relationships, she roots out a conspiracy that could change her planet forever.
This neurodiverse, ethnically open anthology uncovers the origins of the Guardian superhero team from the book about the comics character who shoots his author.