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Extra Staple Set

Posted by Stephen Solomon on Monday, January 17, 2011, In : Comic Book Production Defects 

Extra Staple Set

A set of extra staples, when in the context of a manufacturing defect is when the body of the book is stapled without a cover, with the cover later being stapled separately to the body giving the book a total of four staples.

An extra set of staples is actually a conscious process on part of the Press Master. During every printing there would be a set number ...


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Comic Book Production Process

Posted by Stephen Solomon on Monday, January 3, 2011, In : Comic Book Production 

Today, the production of a comic book is quite a bit different then it was during the Golden, Silver and Bronze age of comic creation. With the advancement in computer technology and robotics, much of the methods and steps in the creation process are different or may not even exist anymore. With the help of some authorities in the industry, a detailed and somewhat simplified step by...


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