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Allen, Todd W. Economics of Digital Comics. Indignant Media, 2014. (188 S.) 
Added by: joachim (04/21/2020 01:48:33 PM)   
Resource type: Book
Languages: English
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 9780974959849
BibTeX citation key: Allen2014
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Categories: General
Keywords: Economics, USA, Webcomics
Creators: Allen
Publisher: Indignant Media
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Webcomics. Comics as eBooks. Plain old fashioned printed comics. Does anybody actually make any money off this stuff? Believe it or not some people actually do, though it’s not as easy as you might think it is. Economics of Digital Comics walks the reader through the history and business models of the modern comics world, starting with the “traditional” print formats and progressing through the new digital formats, then compares what is necessary to hit revenue benchmarks in each format.

Table of Contents

Mark Waid: Introduction

1. An Introduction to Print Comic Books and the Direct Market
2. The Economics of Print Comic Books
3. Digital Comics and Their Flavors
4. A Short History of Webcomics
5. The Economics of Webcomics
6. A Short History of Digital Downloads
7. The Economics of Digital Downloads
8. Comparing the Economics of Digital and Print
9. Crowdfunding and Comics – The Alternate Financing Model

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