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Help!!! I need brand names!

Hi everybody! I hope you can help me. We have gotten our chocolate recipe just about perfected as well as a recipe for Ice Cream and a reci…

Started by Mike Jacobs

1 Apr 11, 2017
Reply by Mike Jacobs

How do we show our work is different?

Some time back, I went to a convention with some of my work only to have it dismissed by a boy who might have been 10 or 11 as being 'too m…

Started by Mike Jacobs

0 Dec 2, 2015

We need to be like Image,Topcow,Shadowline,

The best way to survive is if we stick together if Christian Comic companies pull resources together. Sometimes I think everyone has a diff…

Started by faithstarcomics

4 Dec 2, 2015
Reply by Mike Jacobs

POD Websites

Hi All! I was wondering if anyone has used Print-On-Demand websites like Lulu, Cafepress and Zazzle, and could share some experience.How do…

Started by Favian Ee

1 Sep 14, 2011
Reply by Paul Cox

Who is our audience?

The questions we must ask ourselves is, "Who is our audience?" and "Why should they buy our product?" Whatever you might think about the co…

Started by Ralph Ellis Miley

1 Aug 11, 2009
Reply by sir brandon noel

Using Facebook?

Does anyone else use Facebook to also find new readers? I have found it to be a neat place to introduce it to friends that otherwise wouldn…

Started by Joe Chiappetta

0 Sep 17, 2007


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