We are always interested in our client’s work, but sometimes we get to work on a project that is truly unique, like this comic book printing project! The multimedia comic series “The Lunatic’s Fringe” works in tandem with a musical album to tell the story of a band using their skills to fight The Party of No, who are trying to destroy rock ‘n roll forever.
Comic Book Printing for Magenta Moon Media
Christopher Stinich, the man behind both Magenta Moon Media and the artistry of “The Lunatic’s Fringe,” used bold colors and strategically divided panels to tell the story. We loved how clear and consistent every copy turned out!
Comic Book Printing Project Specs
Paper: #70 Gloss Text
Size: 8.5 x 11
Cover: #80 Gloss Lamination
Binding: Perfect Bound
# of pages: 56
Client Review of Comic Book Printing Project
Why did you select Dazzle Printing?
I chose Dazzle Printing because my uncle had done business with the company on a creative project and he recommended them to me.
How was your experience with Dazzle Printing?
My experience with Dazzle Printing was quick and painless. Renee helped make it a very smooth process. The best part of the experience was seeing the comic books in final pressed form!
How do you feel about the quality and timeliness of your project?
The quality of the comic books was outstanding. Over the holidays, I got many positive remarks from friends and family. I especially liked the binding job.
Would you use Dazzle Printing again? Why?
I would definitely use Dazzle Printing again and plan to for the next run of comics.
Is there anything you wish had been different?
Overall, from the whole process start to finish, I wouldn’t change a thing. Now seeing the final product, I’m eager to work on the next comics in the series.
More Information on the Magenta Moon Media Comic Book Printing Project
Placing the exciting medium aside, the fascinating plot and illustrations in this project made it a lot of fun to work on! We can’t wait to see what Christopher has in store for the next part of the series.
To learn more about Christopher’s work and to experience “The Lunatic’s Fringe” to its fullest, check out their website.