If you’re receiving this, it’s because a.) I know you and b.) at some point we’ve discussed the state of the comic industry, how it treats creators, and the need to “make things better”. Attached are some outlined thoughts on an American Sequential Arts Guild, that might address some of these concerns and issues that have haunted us as an industry for years in a way that both creators and publishers might embrace, and that would serve as a critical support role for freelance creators.
If you have no interest in this, please feel free to ignore this email. However, if you have any thoughts, feedback, input or interest, please feel free to reply. Furthermore, in an effort to explore this idea on a larger scale, I encourage you to cross-post this to any blogs or newssites, in order to get feedback from the existing freelance creators on the largest field possible.
Thank you for your time, and I look forward to the discussion that will (hopefully) grow out of this.
Best wishes, and I hope that your holiday season, and coming new year are filled with joy, love, and great things.
Professional Windmill Tilter and Troublemaker
Will do Rantz, will do.
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