Yes, but to do so i lose some percentage of rights with most of them. I am looking for companies to go for. Also, most companies don't pay you to draw, some are simply publishers and while I'd make money from sales, I'm not sure until I have a few issues to print before I'll submit to them.
I'd start with Lulu. As long as you register for a copyright, the only rights they should get is to distribute it. As a published author, I tend to go for the print-on-demand to make sure I keep all my rights while sharing the only rights to distribute my book. All you need to do is supply them with the content.
In all honestly, Lulu is far too expensive for me as far as printing goes. I know places that work specifically with comics and do it for cheaper and on the same quality paper (2.30 per book versus 5). Also comics are a very specific size and lulu doesn't seem to offer that size. I really don't want to go through the hassle of resizing 60+ pages. I don't mind looking into lulu for the ebooks, but not for printing. Thanks for the information.