About Michael Dolce

Michael Dolce is a professional Writer, Artist, Colorist, Web Guru and all around Awesome Dude. He created Descendant for Image Comics and The Sire for After Hours Press. He has written for Zenescope and Wizard Magazine and colored projects for Image Comics, Silent Devil and The Force Media. He currently writes for AMNY and Inquistr.com and is hard at work on some brand new comic book and creative projects. Follow him on Twitter: @Michael_Dolce Follow him on Periscope: @Michael_Dolce Follow him on Instagram: @mdolce64 Follow Secrets Of The Sire on Facebook: Facebook.com/SecretsoftheSire

Print vs Digital Part 2: Golden and Silver Age Comic Books Aside, Do People Even Collect Comics Anymore?

Got a lot of great responses to last week's blog. So here's a follow-up question tackling even more concerns with print vs digital comics. Do people even collect modern comics anymore? And more importantly, storage: what the heck to do with all those hard copies? Andrew Lovuolo from Graphic Illusions Studios (and also the fine [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00February 20th, 2015|

NetFlix For Comics: The Sire On ComicsFix

Hey folks, real quick I wanted to give a heads up that The Sire is on ComicsFix.com. What is ComicsFix? It's basically Netflix but for comics. You pay a monthly fee and you get to binge on unlimited comics. I gotta say, it seems pretty cool! Creators get royalties based on how many "page turns" [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00June 27th, 2014|

The Undone Kickstarter: 100% FUNDED

UPDATE: We finished with 167 backers for a total of $3380. Thanks to all! Thanks once again to all who helped us get our first funding goal achieved. I'll be doing a post mortem sometime next week detailing the saga that was my first Kickstarter. But in the meantime, we're still not done! More backers [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00April 16th, 2014|

The Undone Kickstarter Week 1: A Few Takeaways

With week 1 of the Undone Kickstarter behind me, I provide a few takeways for others looking to take the Kickstarter plunge for comics: 1) It's every bit as draining as I was told...and didn't believe them when they told me "You're in for a ride." "Get ready to be consumed." These were some of [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00March 26th, 2014|

Kickstarter Update: Weekend Warriors & March Madness

So I've been pretty wiped as of late. The fact that I've been passing out early every night despite the fact that March Madness (my favorite time of year) is upon us means this Kickstarter is definitely taking its toll. But in a good way. My most recent update from Saturday says it all: KICKSTARTER [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00March 24th, 2014|

My First Kickstarter Day 1: A Few Quick Takeaways

Well folks, the first day is in the books - and what a start! We are already close to 30% funded and I am truly overwhelmed by the responses so far. As this is my first Kickstarter ever, I'll be blogging quite a lot on my experience, both to share for folks who are thinking [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00March 20th, 2014|

Comixology Submit Bundle Special: The Sire #1 Included In Special Promotion

Comixology announced a special Submit Bundle Special at SXSW yesterday. Included in the special deal - 100 independent comics for just 10 bucks! - is The Sire #1, created by Michael Dolce, drawn by Dan Leister and featuring a cover by Talent Caldwell. The bundle will only be available from now until Monday March 10, [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00March 9th, 2014|

The Sire: Flash Companion Part 1

Originally working as one cohesive online issue of The Sire, this was meant to be a nice bridge between Sire Vol 1 and Sire: Revelations detailing how Freak landed in Paris and detailing the connection between Zeus Wyndell and Samuel Antonetti. In the spirit of getting all these files back up on the site, I've [...]

2014-03-01T02:54:14-04:00March 1st, 2014|

New Mikebooks Blog Coming Twice A Week

Due to popular demand i'll be blogging on Mikebooks.com twice a week! We've already had tremendous responses to previous posts and generated a ton of great feedback and interaction. So why stop there? Starting this week here is the new post schedule for Mikebooks.com: Monday & Friday: New blog post. I'll alternate between tackling topics [...]

2019-02-20T13:27:53-04:00February 24th, 2014|