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economics of comics
Today on SOLRAD, Ken Eppstein continues to look at the economics of comics -- specifically the effect "special guests" have on other vendors at comic shows -- and comes up with an intriguing thesis.
Ken Eppstein sits down with UK cartoonists Hannah Berry and Katriona Chapman to discuss comics research and the economics of comics.
Nicholas Burman sits down with Lisa Weill from Lyon BD, a part of the Comic Art Europe Project, to talk about the economics of comics.
Today, we publish the second part of Ken Eppstein's results and analysis from his comics arts stakeholder survey.
Today, we follow up Ken Eppstein's stakeholder survey from May with the results and analysis from his latest work. This will be published as a two part series, and this is part 1.
Today, SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman discusses the world at large and focuses on the economics of Desert Island's Kickstarter anthology Rescue Party.
Today, as part of a longer conversation about the economics of comics arts and the function of nonprofit organizations in this space, we present preliminary results from Ken Eppstein's comics arts stakeholder survey.
SOLRAD's publisher Alex Hoffman discusses the recent Twitter/Nobrow situation and details our steps to address it.