Glenn came by to talk about his new book Chartwell Manner (available now). The discussion ranged from his creative process to the way he sees the industry, and comics in general.
There was a time before Cool Ranch Doritos – Erica Schultz on structuring a story and world building
Erica Schultz popped in again to talk comics, collaborations, teaching and production, as well as world-building and how to frame a story within a particular time period.
H.S. Tak came by to talk about mars, authoritarianism, science, and serving the red planet. He also talked about his background in film, and the process of writing comics.
Kristen came in to talk about comics, art, body positivity, saving cats, and magical girls. She talked about forward-thinking design principles, as well as drawing teenagers that actually look like teenagers and some of the exciting technical details around producing and publishing her comics.
Rich Douek came by to talk about comics, storytelling, and his experience as a comics creator.
Sam came by to share his experience writing comics, and about his creative process. As well as some of the fun he’s got coming out soon!
Patrick sat down with Eva to talk about comics, his creative inspirations, video games, and growing up in new york city. Patrick’s rich background makes him an incredible storyteller, and it shows in this interview.
Luxiva appears on the show to talk about comics, creativity, friendship, and what it’s been like to produce her comic, as well as the 25 consecutive covers she’s contributed to this show. Luxiva is part of the DNA of Titular Characters, and this episode is wholesome, fun, and long overdue.
Omar talked about his personal relationship with comics, and how that relates to his life as a first-generation immigrant in the United States. He also talked about collaboration, his current projects, and the way he sees the world.