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    DC Comics Submissions

    Currently, DC Comics doesn’t accept unsolicited submissions.

    What DC Says:
    Like many creative fields, breaking into the comic book business as an artist can be an exciting, but challenging process. It takes proper training, making the right contacts, learning to sell your talents, building a strong portfolio and at times, lots of patience. However, time and time again, the best advice we can offer aspiring artists is usually the easiest place to start: Come to a Comics CONVENTION.

    Comic Book Conventions happen year round, all across the United States, as well as overseas. They provide a unique opportunity for publishing companies, such as DC Comics, to meet and exchange ideas with comic book readers, distributors, professional artists and writers, retailers and anyone curious about the industry. Conventions also offer, in one place, the best resources for aspiring talent to explore a career in comics.

    For most comic book artists, the convention is an ideal forum for meeting working professionals and publishers in the same location. It’s also a great place to get feedback on your portfolio, attend informative lectures, speak to editors, purchase books about getting into the business, and ask lots of questions. The only catch is being realistic about the process — not everyone is ready to work in comics. However, with the right investment in the process, your convention experience will undoubtedly provide an exciting look at the many possibilities of working in the industry.

    Conventions DC Comics will be attending

    Posted by Tim Leong on February 13th, 2005 filed in Story Archive |

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