Yep, always here to help!
Great to hear you wanna make your own comics and the idea about multiple languages is fantastic.
Overall, I think you need to decide what you want to achieve with this project and what are your goals.
That will help you focus to get it out there because there is no point in having a comic in 20 different languages if people are not reading it in English, let alone French, Italian etc…
You’re gonna need to find a route to market…as previously mentioned above by @garjones, comiXology is a great way to get your books out to a wider audience.
I use it to get my comics out there because postage oversees can be VERY high.
However, by the sounds of it, you are starting from the ground up and still writing your opus, yeah?
If that Is right, your first goal/target should be how are you gonna get this comic made?
Are you just the writer or at you an artist too?
If not, You’re gonna need to find an artist, colourist, letter to put this comic together.
Are you paying?
Do you have a budget?
Are you gonna kick start it to find the funds?
If so, how much of the completed comic are you gonna need to ensure that get that funding?
If you are going down the “crowd funding” route I’d suggest following Ryan K Lindsay on twitter, he is a crowd funding master!
Because he lives in Australia (postage is sooooo much) so all his comics cost $1 for a digital copy and he sets the target low…always exceeds his target and puts out great books and the cash goes to his artists.
I tried to do a kickstarter a couple of years ago and fell flat on my face!
It is a lot harder than it looks…so, I just saved up my cash and did it on my own!
So, there are loads of things to start thinking about…
I also, did a thread on hear called small press 101, that might be worth you reading.
I go through what I have done to get my comics made…might help! ️
Sorry this is a bit all over the shop, currently on the train writing on my phone and I got fat thumbs!
But we are all here to help, so any questions, don’t hesitate to just ask!