A Comic Creator in the
Amateur Spotlight!

A comic creator is one who creates comics (duh)! Are you an amateur comic or article creator in the comic book world? I am attempting to set up a few pages where amateur writers can show their talent and hopefully, receive back comments.

On occasion, I will receive a request from a site visitor asking to place some of their writing on my site. Now that I have a module available to me in my admin area, I can extend an invitation for articles to be submitted from my visitors.

Do you like to write about comic book creation, comic book characters, other worlds or other dimensions? Have a comic book synopsis in mind? Well, why don’t you write it and submit it to me and we will go from there. Tap your comic creator heart’s desire. Marvel and DC probably won’t take it, but maybe I will. I have created a form below so you can submit your comic book article for my review and approval!

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But be sure to read the article writing guidelines below!

Not everyone will make it. But if your article clearly shows value and interest for my visitors and subscribers, then it will be posted here.

Do you have a review you want to write? A new idea for a comic book, but in article form? Anything you can think of comic book related that you think my visitors would be interested in, then write it, submit it and I will sure give it due consideration. I am not real hard core because I want to stimulate creativity, but neither of us wants to post garbage either. If accepted, your article will have a page of its own on my site linking back to this comic creator page.

Some article writing guidelines:

1)Typically 400 to 600 words. Longer articles will be considered.

2)Try to pick a keyword phrase that best describes your article concept and may have some popularity on the web

3)Try to use this keyword in your article title and sprinkled ever so slightly in your article (This is what we in the Internet Marketing biz call help toward search engine optimization; SEO. It helps get visitors from the search engines to your page. Don’t agonize over this, I will help out)

4)This new module will not accept html code, but if you have a URL (domain name) you want to present with your article, include it so as visitors to your page can copy and paste into their browsers

5)No vulgar comments or language of questionable taste. This site does cater to the young as well as the young at heart. Colorful language may be acceptable.

6)Your own words and no copyright infringement

7)A good representative picture if you have one

8)Check your spelling and grammar

I may edit as necessary, but will not change your article’s intent.

It is also my hope that others will find your comic creator articles and reviews intriguing and will leave comments. I will reserve the right to leave my own comments also. So follow the guides below and submit your article, picture or pictures and other info as appropriate. I thank you ahead of time.


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