198348726583297634 asks: "Not many internet comic strips make it into the real print world. Iliad is one example of someone who was fortunate enough to pull this off. How did he do it? Obviously, sticking to his art and putting in the effort every day- but was he approached by a publisher, or did he spend time hawking his wares until he got snapped up? Does Slashdot have any recommendations on small-press publishers who'd be interested in quirky, moderately popular internet comics? Where do we turn to, the authors of these strips, when we're ready for a little bit bigger time? " another example of an internet comic gone to print is Sluggy Freelance - I wonder if some of you Sluggites or UFies out there wouldn't mind bringing Pete and Illiad in on this discussion since they should have plenty of experience in this by now.
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