I'd have to do a shitton of drugs.
When I was in high school I did a shitton of drug- uh, i mean, when I was in high school I did two separate comic projects that required me to kind of do what OP is suggesting. For a grade I made a comic compiling a bunch of characters from the books we'd read that semester. I ended up both times putting it off until the last week or so. I overestimated my abilities a little bit, and wound up staying up until about 4 a.m. each time to finish them. I think each was somewhere around 25 pages long.
However, this is something I couldn't replicate now, principally because those projects consisted only of dialogue and line-art, and were not colored or even inked. To do a single page of my comic now requires (depending on the number of characters, detail of the background, and complexity of digital editing) anywhere from 5 to maybe 8 hours. 20 pages in a week then would be at least 100 hours of the 168 available hours of the week. I mean, it's po9ssible that some production would be minimized due to doing everything all at once, but I think that reductino would be minimal, maybe shaving three hours off or so, it's hard to say.
If other people were working on it for me, it would feel as if it weren't my comic anymore. Perhaps in the future I'll collaborate with others, but seeing as art is a hobby for me as opposed to a profession, I prefer to work alone.
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