Stripburger 2017 – open call for submissions!
It’s 2017 and your favourite comix magazine Stripburger will celebrate its silver jubilee (25 years of existence)! However, there’s no time for being lazy, it’s time for a new open call for the upcoming Stripburger issues (#69 and #70). Send your submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org by March 26!
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27 x 19 cm (portrait).
B&W OR COLOR:
We prefer comics in black and white or in grayscale, but we accept color pages, too. But keep in mind that there are limited number of color pages per issue.
FILE FORMAT & RESOLUTION:
The preferred file format is TIFF or PDF: 600 dpi linearity for b&w comics and 300 dpi for grayscale and color ones.
Submit only low resolution jpgs or a single pdf for our consideration. The big resolution files as described above we’ll ask you to send later.
The maximum length allowed is 12 pages for b&w comics and 4 pages for color ones. If you want to send us longer stories, contact us first.
No themes, no limits.
26 March 2017
We are not necessarily looking for new comics, you can also send older stuff, but note that they must be previously unpublished in English in an international comics magazine/anthology. We’d prefer if you don’t publish the full comics online before we print it.
Stripburger’s editorial board holds the right to accept or decline any contribution. All selected works will be published in print and digital version of Stripburger magazine. Copyright is retained by the author at all times.
Unfortunately, we cannot pay any artist for their contributions. If we decide to publish your comics, we’ll contact you and once it is printed you’ll get 5 free copies of the magazine with your submission inside.
More info about Stripburger magazine you can find on our website. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. Write us: email@example.com
We are looking forward to receiving your submissions and thank you very much for spreading the word!
Long live comics, long live Stripburger!