Wed, 27 January 2016
Daniel White is a comic artist based in Brooklyn, where he puts out his own work and eats Italian pastries. This episode is a very loose, fun dialogue between two friends discussing the hot topics of the industry, building the momentum of Patreon to help young artists, copyright issues and flexibility of fan art, as evidenced in his new work "Fan Fiction", bringing the love back into comics, and plenty of talk about the new Star Wars film! Find Daniel and his art on Instagram @birdsinboxes.
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Sun, 17 January 2016
Ramon Perez came on to the scene with a bang with the multi-Eisner winning Boom! studios graphic novel "Tale of Sand", based on the unreleased screenplay by Jim Henson. He discusses the unique challenges of living up to the Henson legacy, how much original input he got to have, the distinctive look and much more, as well as his work for Marvel including "Wolverine and the X-Men" and the taking over from the legendary Matt Fraction and David Aja run on "Hawkeye" to the new run with Jeff Lemire.
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As well as DCBS, the Discount Comic Book Service, where you can order a bundle of the new Marvel titles, incuding "Hawkeye", for 50% off!
and www.blackphoenixalchemylab.com, featuring a new line of Sherlock Holmes inspired fragrances in their "221B Baker St" line.