How can you publish a comic book?
just do it
Send the first copy to yourself by certified mail and NEVER open it. This is to protect your ideas[ intellectual property]. Then submit to all the comic publisher's . You WILL get rejections, but if you believe in your talent , keep at it. Good luck !
A good way to introduce your comic is Ka-blam comic book publishers because not only will they publish your comic for cheap, but it will be put on their website for people to buy. If you aren't interested in making money, or want to get your comics popular first, websites such as comicpool.com or deviantart.com work well.
In 1827, Switzerland's Rudolphe Töpffer created a comic strip and continued on to publish seven graphic novels. In 1837, "The Adventures of Obadiah Oldbuck" was published by Rudolphe Töpffer and it is considered the earliest known comic book. In 1842, "The Adventures of Obadiah Oldbuck" became the first comic book published in the United States. "Obadiah Oldbuck" was a forty page book. Each page had several picture panels with accompanying text underneath.
You publish a book the same way no matter how old you are: finish the book and have it professionally edited so it is the best book you can possibly make. Then send it to publishers who want that sort of book and see which publisher will buy it and publish it! Of course, you can always pay to publish books yourself, but why do that when you can sell the book and get money…
There are no book publishers who will publish your work for free. If you write a good enough book, they will buy it from you! You can publish anything yourself (called self publishing), but it costs several hundred dollars and you have to sell the books yourself after they are printed. ________________________________________________________________________ WRONG!!! http://www.publishamerica.com Copy and paste There you can publish your book for free.
You can start writing a comic book right now. Getting it published is another matter. Some people try the D.I.Y. (do it yourself) method. That is exactly what it sounds like. The other, more difficult, route is to submit your story to a comic publisher. Be prepared for rejection. You may get rejected over 200 times before they accept something and publish it. Another thing I would suggest is if you are not an artist…