PART 1 OF 2, LISTEN TO THIS ONE FIRST...
Part 1 of a two part episode talking to Chris Hunt, Artist, Writer, Creator of Carver: A Paris Story, coming from the new imprint Z2 comics on 11/11. It's a conversation that range as wild and free as the Cascade mountains of Idaho from which Chris hails. Part 1 of 2, and not to be missed!
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YOU'LL NOT SEE NOTHING LIKE THE MIGHTY KUEN!
Inspirational Kuen Tang about all things related to lettering and living a creatively satisfying life all while overcoming the challenges of being quadriplegic...
There were times when Kuen's story brought me to tears, but don't take my word for it, listen for yourself. This episode is not to be missed!
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What a pleasure to talk with Colourist Ivan Plascencia about his life and his work. Ivan is an amazing and gracious guy and the talent behind, among other things, the visual feast of colours that adorn the work of Riley Rossmo in Rasputin and Contantine, the Hellbazer. As always, this episode is not to be missed.
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Amancay Nahuelpan is a Canadian/Chilean artist who shares how he managed to find himself in the perfect storm of comic book releases.
Find Amancay on the twitter @annbonline
And don't forget to check out his wicked art on the tumblr: http://annbonline.tumblr.com/
Findo out more about his books here:
Young Terrorists: http://www.comicbookresources.com/comic-previews/young-terrorists-1-black-mask-2015
And CLandestinon has a tumblr too!!! http://iamclandestino.tumblr.com/
Joseph Illidge, weekly Comic Book Resources columnist and former member of the Batman Group (that's what they call the Batman editorial team at DC) talks about the issue of diversity (or rather the lack of diversity) in the world of comics, both on the page, and more perniciously, behind the scenes.
It's a great interview, not to be missed, so strap on those earbuds because there is some learning to be done!
You can find Joseph's column here: The Mission
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