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The INDIE COMICS PANEL was the second panel I attended at MegaCon on Sunday, March 17, 2013. I would like to thank panel moderator Terry Cronin, of Students Of The Unusual and 3 Boys Productions, for giving me permission to record the panel and present it in this episode. The panelists gave an honest and frank discussion about the perks and challenges of publishing independent comic books, and how to publicize your work and name.
The other panelists were:
– Martin Pierro, publisher, editor and writer.
– Jo Witherington of Humanoids Comics.
– Martin Dunn of Con Artist Entertainment
Next Episode: MEGACON 2013 PART VII: KICKSTART YOUR KICKSTARTER PANEL WITH JIMMY PALMIOTTI!
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