By Ted Bergeron

I’m trying to imagine what the future of comics will be. So I’m trying to create a 'blueprint' for making comics so that they still could be printed. Then take those files and make mobile apps, color e-books, web comics… every method of sharing comics digitally. The idea is books could be printed, if anyone wanted to pay a lot for one, but mostly they’d be shared electronically. I think this would be the most inexpensive method for indie creators to share their work.

I’m firmly in the paper book camp. But I’m trying to embrace the migration to mostly electronic for comics. I’m predicting the future is digital with a handful of lovingly crafted, print-on-demand comics (probably collected works / graphic novels) for collectors that treasure a particular comic book.


Howdy, I do think your website may be having internet browser compatibility problems.

Whenever I take a look at your website in Safari, it looks fine but when opening in IE, it has some overlapping issues. I merely wanted to provide you with a quick heads up! Besides that, great website!

— Posted by Mississauga Soccer | August 5
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I’ll take a look. And thanks for checking out the website.

— Posted by Ted Bergeron | August 6