I'm about ready to start another short story comic I want to produce. My first foray got kind of screwed up because I was so confused about what size to make the original. It seems like when I research it online, I get different answers. I printed one book using Ka-Blam's guidelines.http://ka-blam.com/printing/index.php?page=Specs_comics
Is the 7 x 10.5 size standard? (Along with the other sizes they list for live area etc?)
More to the point, if that is the right size, but you wanted to work larger, what would be a good size? I read that Brandon Graham of King City works at 11 x 17" for his originals. His King City books though are oversized, they aren't standard sized floppies. Plus, that would make it real hard to scan.
Any input is appreciated!
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