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Author Archive: Steven Forbes
Steven is an editor/writer with such credits as Fallen Justice, the award nominated The Standard, and Bullet Time under his belt, as well as work published by DC Comics. Between he and his wife, there are 10 kids (!), so there is a lot of creativity all around him.
Steven is also the editor in chief and co-creator of ComixTribe, whose mission statement is Creators Helping Creators Make Better Comics.
If you're looking for editing, contact him at [email protected] for rate inquiries.
It’s a terrible thing when people who get paid gobs of money to make smart decisions get it extremely wrong. Related Posts:No Related Posts
Welcome back, one and all, to another installment of The Proving Grounds! This week, we have a new Brave One in Jason Bonine. We also have Samantha LeBas in purple, I’m in the festive red, and we’ll all see how Jason does with Related Posts:TPG Week 145: Too Much Stuff In The BagTPG Week […]
It’s another Tuesday! We’re in the middle of October, and while some parts of the country are only hitting the mid 70’s, we’re projected to hit the 90’s here in sunny Tucson. No hate, please. I’m just the messenger… Related Posts:Kickstarter Page DesignTPG Week 199: Not Enough Peanut ButterTPG Week 198: How To Bore […]
I know I’m something of a comic historian. Not a deep one, surely, but enough to understand how each job works and has evolved. I’ve read a decent amount of “old” comics. Definitely not a lot by far, and definitely not enough, but also enough to know what I’m missing. Related Posts:No Related Posts
Welcome back, one and all, to The Proving Grounds! This week, we have another entry from Chelsea Smith! We also have Liam Hayes in blue, and I’m looking rather svelte in red, and we’ll see what Chelsea does with Related Posts:TPG Week 78: Readers Want Cake!TPG Week 196: Blackenstein Was Better…TPG Week 188: […]
People see my posts in The Proving Grounds, and think I’m a sarcastic jerk. They think I enjoy ripping people apart, and they think that’s all I am. They never say that I’m wrong in my analysis, they just sometimes object to the way I say things. They’d rather be let down gently than […]
Welcome back, one and all, to The Proving Grounds! This week, we have a returning Brave One in James Sarandis. It’s becoming a trend, it looks like, because we have another resubmission! We also have Samantha LeBas in purple, I’m in red, and we’ll see if James learned anything from the last time he submitted […]
I love superheroes. Always have. I think we, as a species, love superheroes. Superheroes, their tales, their trials and tribulations, are all around us. As far back as we’ve been telling stories, we’ve told tales of superheroes of some sort. Sometimes it’s a person touched by the gods, sometimes it’s a demigod, but it […]
We’ve got another Tuesday! And the temperatures are starting to fall here in Tucson. [To be quite honest, I’m thankful for it.] Related Posts:Kickstarter Page DesignTPG Week 199: Not Enough Peanut ButterB&N Week 198: Are You Taking Advantage Of Digital?TPG Week 198: How To Bore In Five PagesTPG Week 197: Another Resubmission That Didn’t […]
Anyone with a sense of history and an ounce of sense cannot undervalue the effect of Jack Kirby upon Marvel. Even if you aren’t a Marvel person, you can’t help but have seen or read a property he had a hand in, either in looks or in story. Related Posts:No Related Posts
Welcome back to another installment of The Proving Grounds! This week, we have a new Brave One in JP Polewczak! We also have Liam Hayes in blue, I’m the guy in red, and we’ll see what JP has to say about Related Posts:TPG Week 145: Too Much Stuff In The BagTPG Week 83: Use […]
There is nothing more important than shipping a product. Shipping, no matter how “good” or “bad” the product, separates you from those who are just talking about being a creator. Shipping a product means you have something to show. Shipping a product means you’re no longer a wannabe. The wannabes are still on message boards […]
Your audience doesn’t want to be bored. Neither does the prospective publisher. If you have to dig past your first issue in order to find something interesting in order to pitch a publisher, then you haven’t worked hard enough on your story. Related Posts:No Related Posts
We’ve got another Tuesday upon us! The sun is shining once again in Tucson, and the heat won’t hit in the triple digits anymore. [You’re all going to be envious of me in a couple of months, when I’m still talking about 80 degree weather…] We’ve got a short discussion this week. This week’s question: […]
There’s the hard way, there’s the smart way, and there’s the strange way. Lots of creators go the hard way, thinking it’s the smart way. Then they run into a wall, understanding that it’s wrong. A lot of creators stop right there, never trying anything else. Related Posts:No Related Posts
Welcome back, one and all, to The Proving Grounds! This week, we have someone who’s no stranger here: Luke Noonan! He’s been here twice before. We also have Samantha LeBas in purple, I’m frantic in red, and we’ll see what Luke does with an established character in Related Posts:TPG Week 199: Not Enough Peanut ButterTPG Week […]
It’s another Tuesday! Today’s been a gray day outside. The monsoon season has extended itself, and we’ve gotten a lot of rain here. More than usual for this time of year, but I don’t think records have been broken yet. Approached, maybe, but not broken. Oh, well, one has: a hurricane/tropical storm has affected our […]