NINJA HIGH SCHOOL TALKS ABOUT COMIC BOOK PRINTING
Back in the early 1990s Antarctic Press was working with a local printer called BRENNER PRINTING. Through most of the late 1980s through the 2000s they were AP’s main printer. They also printed many independent comics back in the day. So one day they wanted to drum up more business and what better way to promote their comic printing services than to do a promo comic. So we arranged to help them do it and the result was the quirky NINJA HIGH SCHOOL TALKS ABOUT COMIC BOOK PRINTING. I do not know how successful it was for them but they seem happy with the final results. Of course printing has changed since this was on the birth of digital but it is an interesting insight to the industry in the 1990s.