The internet has been rife with great posts about creating and surviving comics these last few days so I thought I'd take a moment to share a few links.
Cullen Bunn, creator of The Sixth Gun, broke down his scripting process for his blog. http://www.cullenbunn.com/2012/01/22/plot-to-script-this-is-how-i-do-it/
John Rozum fires a well-reasoned shot across the bow of the SS Troll and brings to light the real reasons for his decision to leave Static Shock. http://johnrozum.blogspot.com/2012/01/why-i-quit-static-shock.html
Sean Gordon Murphy makes a plea for more a more creative and challenging comic book press. http://seangordonmurphy.deviantart.com/journal/5-281096883
The same Sean Gordon Murphy also wrote about the importance of having a "5 Year Plan" for how you want to break into comics. http://seangordonmurphy.deviantart.com/journal/5-Year-Plan-278574864
Graphic.ly, the digital comics distributor, started a new initiative aimed at helping creator-owned work make it onto a vast host of digital platforms. http://distribute.graphicly.com/beta/
And, just because I love you, here's Ricardo Venancio doing Batman.