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What does it mean when I've been rejected for inconsistent page sizes?

Last Updated: Oct 08, 2014 04:19PM EDT
While reviewing your submission it was discovered that the dimensions of the pages weren’t consistent. Every page of your submission should have the same height and preferably the same width. The exception being in the case of double page spreads.
The standard trim size of a 300dpi US print comic book page, as measured in pixels, is 1988 x 3056 pixels. We require a minimum of 1800 pixels on the smallest side to accommodate HD devices.
Below are standard US comic book page print dimensions in inches:
BLEED SIZE: 6.875” x 10.437”
This is the TOTAL SIZE of your page files including a 0.125” bleed on all sides. The bleed will be trimmed off so artwork that goes to the edge of trim should bleed off the page. Please make sure all artwork fills the bleed area.
TRIM SIZE: 6.625” x 10.187”
This is the actual page size of the book when trimmed, folded & stapled.
LIVE AREA: 6.125” x 9.687”
Also known as “safe zone.” This is the area that your lettering should be contained within, to ensure it’s not too close to the trim.
BLEED SIZE: 13.5” x 10.437”
TRIM SIZE: 13.25” x 10.187”
LIVE AREA: 12.75” x 9.687”
To ensure your art/lettering doesn’t get lost in the gutter, leave a 0.5” type gutter down the middle. This is especially necessary for thick collections.
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