Economics of Digital Comics Explains the Modern Comics Business
The new book Economics of Digital Comics explores how the comics business has changed in recent years, including digital distribution and the increasing popularity of webcomics. It breaks down the industry into Four sectors: print publishing, print comic strips, webcomics and eBooks/digital downloads. Distribution channels, revenues and readership levels are compared with an eye on determining what readerships levels are necessary for income benchmarks and how feasible that really is.
This is Todd W. Allen’s third book on the digital comics economy since 2005. In addition to expanding coverage to include eBooks, Economics of Digital Comics now includes a look at crowdfunding.
As the industry conversation about compensation and making a living continues to evolve in 2015, Economics of Digital Comics lays out the options creators are already using to get their work to market.