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A5 Landscape Comic Books

Custom print A5 landscape comics - Available in a range of paper stock and multiple pages.

How many do you need in total?

(Minimum of 25 required)

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£1.20 to £2.76
Total £30.00




Once you've completed the checkout process and uploaded your artwork, our Artwork team sets each order up manually. If we have any questions about your artwork, we'll drop you an email so please keep an eye out.

Page Dimensions
Page Setup Size: 21.4 cm x 15.2 cm 
Finished Print Size: 21 cm x 14.8 cm

The starting point and most important aspect of a printing job is your design. 
Making sure that your artwork file is sent across to us correctly is crucial...

Colour Format: CMYK
File Format: Multipage .PDF - The file should contain all the pages you wish to be printed in your comic. Remember to put them in the correct order starting with the outer cover. Click here to view a guide on how to create a multipage .pdf in Adobe InDesign 
File Resolution: 300dpi

A few tips to get awesome results...
  1. 1. Create your artwork with the resolution at 300dpi - the larger and clearer your file is, the better the end result when printed.  Please note, we don’t accept 72dpi files as they are not adequate to create a quality job.
  2. 2. Ensure your design is set up to the correct size and proportions (see above) - make sure you set it up to the artwork size, as this includes bleed which gets cut down to the finished size when printed.
  3. 3. Choose contrasting colours to produce eye-catching comics that stand out!

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I used Awesome Merchandise for my first self-published comic because I'd had a bunch of posters printed before and they were always great quality. It came out so damn good!

I chose the recycled paper option for environmental reasons and because the art of my comic is very much non-glossy, and it made everything I drew look 100% better. People at my Thought Bubble table commented on the print job more than the content so if you had any doubts about using Awesome, trust me - they rule.