Hi all, Some of you know that as part of my business website I have an ongoing comic strip loosely based on the things that happen in my life and general things that crop up in the life of a designer. It's originally titled 'My life as a cartoon.' You can see the archive here: Browsing the Category My Life as a Cartoon I've been making the comics for a few years now and have managed to amass over 50. This is something I plan to carry on with forever as long as the ideas keep coming to me. In the past people have commented on the comics as a USP of my site. So recently I've been thinking about creating a book of the first 50 comics to market and sell. I have no experience with self publishing and have no real idea if it's a profitable idea for the relatively small market I'm reaching out to. I realise that my website doesn't get the biggest readership and potential customers might well be thin on the ground. So, I've been looking into producing either a 'Print on demand' physically printed book or a downloadable ebook. I'm looking for low overheads and a little profit at the end of it to make it worthwhile. I'd be interested in any thoughts from anyone with previous publishing and selling experience. If you can give me any insight into the world of ebooks etc I'd appreciate it. I'm not even sure if an illustrative ebook would work with download limits etc. I read a thread recently about Typo playing around with ibook author. That might be another avenue to explore? Any input would be appreciated. Firstly, are the comics marketable as a book of some sort? Secondly, what the best route for production and distribution might be? Many thanks in advance for any replies.