A different episode this time as rather than interviewing a creator we pick Pete Taylors brains on how to create a comic. We start from the beginning with thinking up ideas to writing and then drawing the comic. Finally we finish with what many creators believe is the hardest part and promotion. This was discussed to help us in our journey of creating our own comic but we hope it helps others as well.
We review Square #16 Summer Dairies by Ian M which as it says is a day to day comic of Ian’s life. We also look at The Smell of Starving Boys by Frederik Peters and Loo Hui Phang which follows an exploration into the territories of the west of Mississippi as a group of three map an area they hope one day will support a new civilisation.
Mike continues his look at TV series moving into comics with the wonderful Sons of Anarchy and we have news all about the 2018 Lakes International Comic Art Festival. Yes… the news has started. Time to get all excited.
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Episode 4 features an interview with Marc Jackson. Marc has written and drawn for Aces Weekly and the Beano and is currently working on Here Comes Cat Stevens which will be launched at the 2017 festival. Marc talks about how hard it is to get noticed as a new comic book creator and the journey he has gone through to now creating his own book.
Mike talks about films turned back into comics and Pete talks all about Will Eisner. We announce the winner of Pete’s Will Eisner book as well. We also talk about the new Judge Dredd TV show announcement.
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Welcome to the Comic Art Festival Podcast episode 3.
This features an interview with the legend that is Ian Livingstone and the team behind the new Freeway Fighter comic based on his Fighting Fantasy book of the same name. The interview also features writer Andi Ewington, artist Simon Coleby, executive producer Matt Mastracci plus Titan brand manager and host of the Pop Culture Hound podcast Chris Thompson.
Mike talks Tank Girl and Pete talks about the Art Bubble Festival in Denmark and we have a review of Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2. The music that closes the show is by Iona Lane entitled Sometimes from the EP Solace. Find out more at lonaLane.com.
Finally there’s a chance to win a copy of Comic and Sequential Art by Will Eisner. Listen to Pete Taylors segment for information on that.
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