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DocuCopies.com Expands Self Publishing Services, Expands into Comic Books and Graphic Novels

Friday, September 08, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

The web-based printing and book-making company now has dedicated product pages and order forms for graphic novels and comic books, offering more options than ever to self-publishing authors and illustrators.

Comic books and graphic novels are hotter than ever thanks to Hollywood's pop-culture push, and the online printing and book-making company DocuCopies.com has widened the scope of their product offerings to attract the new generation of self-publishing authors and artists who want their creations to thrive.

This summer DocuCopies unveiled new product pages and order forms for printing comic books and graphic novels. These can be a great medium not just for superheroes, villains and other staples of creative fiction, but also for schools, churches, youth groups, organizations and businesses who want to think outside the traditional confines for uses like newsletters, fundraising, storytelling, sales pitches and more.

"Comics and graphic novels are pillars of our collective cultural heritage," says Vice President and Director of Marketing Jeff Corbo. "We're excited to contribute to this fun, expressive landscape."

Much of the company's product focus this year has been on books, particularly adding new custom options and upgrades to their spiral, comb, wire-o and perfect binding services. Stapled booklet options also expanded this spring as they added new finishing equipment which offers a wide range of finishing sizes not previously available.

 

 

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