A Guide To Getting Your Independent Comic Reviewed By Bloggers

It’s an amazing time to be a comic creator. The industry has expanded to the point that there are so many different ways to get your stories and art in front of an audience. Whether it’s through a Kickstarter campaign or posting comic panels on sites like Deviant Art, indie creators have greater opportunities than ever before. An effective way of building up good faith in your comic is by having it reviewed by a blogger.

Having a comic reviewed means it’ll be seen by a blogger’s audience and raise your profile. As someone who’s been reviewing independent comics for a while, I wanted to put together a guide to help indie creators who are thinking of approaching comic bloggers and review websites. There are certain methods that’ll increase your chances of getting a comic reviewed. Continue reading “A Guide To Getting Your Independent Comic Reviewed By Bloggers”

The Comic Vault Comes To Facebook

Finding something you’re passionate about is one of the greatest sensations in the world. When you’re willing to dedicate yourself to it no matter what then it’s the something to smile about. Writing about comics and pop culture gives me a sense of purpose. It’s been a good year for The Comic Vault so far, with readership increasing at a steady rate. It’s inspired me to experiment with different methods of engagement, so I’ve decided to create a Facebook page for the blog.

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