The Making Comics podcast returns this week with another Jason Brubaker re-issue. This episode is the first part of a two part conversation between Jason and sometimes co-host, sometimes guest, but all the time favorite, Daniel Lieske, an artist based in Germany.
In one of the re-issues we released last year, Jason and Daniel were going through some rather successful Kickstarter campaigns. It was hard to not join in their excitement. But as much as we wish it weren’t the case, time moves on and that edge on the excitement begins to soften some. This leads to what can be a very scary question: Now what?
In this re-issue episode, Jason and Daniel attempt to answer that question. The fun thing is we have the ability to see the things they’ve done since this conversation first happened, or in this case the “what” in the big question, and the successes they’ve continued to find. And in a way, they’ve provided somewhat of an educational roadmap into comic creation. It may not be the exact path you or I may take but the experiences they have and share with us become plot-points along our own roadmap.
Before that conversation begins, Adam discusses a few things that came up between Jason and Daniel.
Oh, and we’d be remiss if we didn’t mention one of the more exciting upcoming events we’re participating in this year, Wondercon 2015. This year, on Saturday, April 4th at 10am in Room 211, Adam will be moderating a panel on storytelling in comics. Check out this list of panelists:
Rachel Beck: Co-founder of Storyforge Productions
Ted Washington: Artist, poet, and founder of Puna Press
Patrick Yurick: Artist, creator of Hipster Picnic, educator, and CEO of Making Comics Worldwide
If you’ll be at Wondercon 2015, make sure you check out our panel and say hi!
Daniel Lieske’s Wormworld Saga (@daniellieske)
Jason Brubaker’s Sithra (@Jason_Brubaker)
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