Peep Game Comix, a digital comic book platform dedicated to the work of African-American creators (authors, artists, publishers), is looking to expand its catalog of Black comic books to 100.
Peep Game’s current catalog consists of 67 titles representing close to 30 African-American creators and 18 African-American-owned publishing companies.
Popular titles include Dawud Anyabwile’s “Brotherman,” Robert Jeffrey’s “Route 3” and Alverne Ball’s “Virgin Wolf.”
Peep Game is currently looking for Black independent creators with comic books that may appeal to a primarily urban audience — especially titles by African-American women and kid-friendly, all-ages books.
Peep Game Comix vendors receive 75 percent of each sale of their title, retain all rights to their work and are welcome to sell their work on other digital platforms around the Web. For more submission guidelines and terms, visit Peepgamecomix.com/submission-guidelines.
Peep Game hopes to reach its goal of 100 books by June 1. At which point, it will no longer take unsolicited submissions.
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