After years and years of giving his work away for free, Rich Burlew
just raked in more than a million.
Via Hacker News,
Crowd-Funding Phenomenon Continues – Comic Raises $1.2M on
Kickstarter (+Q&A with Creator Rich Burlew)! | Singularity
Wow. Rich Burlew just raised over a million dollars from his fans. For
drawing a comic based on stick figures.
Granted, it took him nine years to to get the fan base for this, but
still, that's quite a payout. And the best bit is that he did it on his
own terms without reliquishing his intellectual property (link via my very first post).
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