Public Domain Treasure Hunter Magazine Issue 2
In this Public Domain Magazine Issue, You Will Discover And Learn How To Republish Public Domain Comic Books For Fun And Profit!
PUBLIC DOMAIN TREASURE HUNTER MAGAZINE ISSUE 2
How To Republish Public Domain Comic Books For Fun And Profit!
Welcome aboard the second issue of “Public Domain Treasure Hunter Magazine”, the only digital magazine exploring ingeniously creative and outrageously lucrative ways to profit from the public domain! This magazine is dedicated to exploring unique and little known ways to repackage and republish public domain material for fun and profit.
In this second issue of “Public Domain Treasure Hunter Magazine” we will be discussing 11 different ways of profiting from “golden age” public domain comic books. The good thing for you and I is that there’s not many people doing this because they just haven’t thought of it yet!
When most people think of the public domain, they think of old books, novels, plays, and artwork but did you realize that there are thousands of comic books in the public domain as well? Maybe you have at some point considered this fact and then blew off the idea because you thought there was no market for old comic books. At one time, I held the same perspective until I learned that nothing could be farther from the truth! Comic books and comic book art are hot and not just in the U.S. but all over the world. There are so many great applications for vintage comic book art that you would definitely be making a huge mistake not to at least take a look and see what’s available.
Now, I have a confession to make – I love comic books! Always have, always will. They’re embedded in my heart and soul. I don’t actively read them anymore but they provide fond memories of childhood and I’ll never forget some of my favorite titles. I remember when I was a little boy growing up in Miami I would get up early every Saturday morning and peddle my bicycle down the highway picking up pop bottles on the way to the store so I could collect the deposits and scrape up enough change to buy comic books! I’d buy as many comic books as I could and then peddle like mad back home so that I could sit on the front porch and devour every issue. I couldn’t wait to read about the latest exploits of my favorite comic book heroes! Yeah, I was a geek. Still am really. But that’s O.K., you don’t have to be a geek to make out like a bandit stealing material from old public domain comic books – and that’s what this month’s issue is all about.
In this issue, I’m going to show you 11 different creative ways to cash in on “golden age” public domain comic books, some of which you may have never even considered. So come along with me my friend and let’s so back to a simpler time when men were men and women were women and a comic book would only set you back 10 cents. Oh, and don’t forget your cape and tights – you may just need them. In the words of the legendary long-time Marvel Editor-in-Chief Stan Lee, “‘Nuff Said”. (Logan Andrew, Editor & Contributor – Public Domain Treasure Hunter Magazine)
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