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This is the third of a series of discussions of character design. Rules are the same as all Hot Seat discussions. I'll open up with a few remarks, and then the members at large can take the discussion further. Up first, a character from Decrypting Rita and then Lair of the Lizardmin.
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This is the second of a series of discussions of character design. Rules are the same as all Hot Seat discussions. I'll open up with a few remarks, and then the members at large can take the discussion further. So let's talk about a character named Ivan from Pomophobia.
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Amazon has released a special app for comics-creators who want to release comics and graphic novels on the Kindle store. Howeverm there's a catch. In the words of a Webcomics.com member:
So Amazon has finally created a simple looking program that converts your comics into a format readable by Kindles, and makes them sell-able on the Amazon store.
It can do panel-by-panel view, and landscape format comics.
Awesome, right? except if you want to claim a 70% royalty you have to pay the delivery fee of $0.15 p/MB from your cut. Cause you know, it's 1997 and all.
Apparently on a novel this normally works out to be $0.06 which I guess is a text file of less than 500kb. Good luck pulling that off with a comic that they would like sell on their HD Kindle Fire.
This is *so* close to to being good news. Anyone know where we can contact Amazon about these absurd delivery fees and confirm this is the case?
The thread has already been started in the Private forum, so I'll direct comments there.