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B&N Week 166: How Often Can You Reasonably Publish?


Hey! Wasn’t it just Tuesday? Feels like it, doesn’t it? Well, I’m back, you’re back, so let’s ask a question in the newly minted B&N tradition!

This week’s question is simple: how often can you reasonably publish?

Well, not so simple, when you come to think about it. Like all everything else when it comes to creating comics, things depend on everything else.

The biggest thing publishing frequency depends on is money. Money to produce, money to print, money to distribute [depending on if you’re self-distributing or are able to get into Diamond]. The amount of money you have on hand will tell you how often you can publish.

Since money is obvious, we’re not going to talk about it anymore. We’re going to talk about other factors.

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