So I've done a bit of research on the internet and tried to figure out which agents accept unsolicited query letters for YA graphic novels and well...I'm a bit confused :) Many of the agents listed on random sites on the internet no longer accept unsolicited manuscripts, so I've been trying to regroup and see if I can find those agents that do. Also...
For my graphic novel, I'm the writer. I have a script (fully done) and a query letter, and I have my associate who is the artist. Originally, I was going to commission him to do it, but it's way too expensive. If an agent gets you signed on with a publisher, does the publisher handle the costs of getting the novel drawn? Can I as the writer say "Hey, I've got this awesome artwork and I want this guy to continue doing it?"
Just wondering if anyone had any direct experience with the way graphic novels go from query letter to on the shelf.