114. Tze Chun from TKO Presents

BONUS EPISODE! Tze Chun joins the show to talk about the hurdles and challenges of starting a new publisher, what he thinks TKO brings to the marketplace, and his process of writing for both comics and TV. You can read this interview in issue #19 of PanelxPanel Magazine.

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113. Andrew MacLean & Juggling Projects

Here we are, the supposed final episode of season one, and boy is it a doozy! Listen to Head Lopper creator, Andrew MacLean talk about his development as a creator, and his approach to craft, afterward, Jason and Kent have a creative catch-up about juggling projects, moving on, and collaborating. In the recommended resource, hear Jason sell the pants off Ben Caldwell's book, Action Cartooning. PLUS: Hear the ad for listener Milo Neuman's comic: Dimitra of the Silver Mask!

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112. Ed Brisson & Making Mini-Comics

Writer Ed Brisson (Cable, Uncanny X-Men) joins the show to talk about his long winding journey in comics, and how he's settled into his process. Afterward, inspired by a new short comic Jason made, the two talk about pushing out work at a rapid pace, and learning from short-form storytelling.

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111. David Hedgecock of IDW & Alex Wills of OASIS

WE’RE BACK! And we’ve got two great guests! Our first is IDW Associate Publisher David Hedgecock, who talks about his journey in comics, finding talent, and the business end of our favorite medium. After the break, we talk to writer Alex Wills about his comic, OASIS, and what it took to see it through to nine completed issues! Two great contrasting views of the business and pursuing their passion.

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110. Sean Mackiewicz & Dan Panosian from Skybound Entertainment

We're joined by Sean Mackiewicz, Editor-In-Chief of Skybound, and writer of Gasolina, who talks about his journey to the center of Skybound, how he helps creators craft their stories, and his approach to writing.

In the second half, writer/artist Dan Panosian joins the show to talk about all the many roles he's had in comics, the early history of Image, his approach to writing and drawing his first solo series, and much more.

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109. Michel Fiffe on Self-Publishing Comic Books and Working Traditionally

Michel Fiffe, creator of COPRA and writer/artist of Bloodstrike: Brutalists, and GI Joe: Sierra Muerte joins the show to talk about his creative process, working traditionally, the creators who inspire him, self-publishing, and much much more! Just listen, alright?

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108. Henry Barajas & Nicole D'Andria: Kickstarter Success (Ft. Tom King)

It's a Kickstarter spectacular! Writers Henry Barajas and Nicole D'Andria join the show to talk about their respective comics projects on Kickstarter, as well as their experience in the industry for publishers Top Cow and Action Lab, respectively. To finish off the show, Batman writer Tom King tells us why he loves comics.

Henry's Kickstarter: https://goo.gl/WQSEf4 

Nicole's Kickstarter: https://goo.gl/Cfs3LA 

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107. Sean McKeever & The Levitz Paradigm

Sean McKeever joins the show to discuss the process behind his new Image/Skybound book, OUTPOST ZERO! Afterward, Jason and Kent take a deep dive into the method of subplotting commonly known as "The Levitz Paradigm."

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106. Amy Chu & That Time Steve Gerber Stole Howard The Duck From Marvel

Kent sits down with Amy Chu (Poison Ivy, Red Sonja) for a great discussion on writing, the boys catch up on their creative pursuits, and Jason tells the tale of that time Steve Gerber stole Howard The Duck from Marvel.

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105. Ken Lashley, Jordan Boyd & Clip Studio vs. Photoshop

Jason chats with artist Ken Lashley and colorist Jordan Boyd, then after the creative catch-up, Kent breaks down the pros and cons of Clip Studio Pro for comic book illustration.

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104. Daniel Warren Johnson Giant-Size Interview

Daniel Warren Johnson (EXTREMITY, SPACE-MULLET) joins the show to talk about his new comic, MURDER FALCON, and share his experiences launching his first webcomic, working while starting a family, and tells us all about his creative process.

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103. Matthew Rosenberg Interview & Managing Your Schedule Like Jeff Lemire and Charles Soule

The boys talk to writer Matthew Rosenberg (Punisher, 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank) about his writing process, how he got into the business, and how to manage your mental health. After the break, they share tips from Jeff Lemire and Charles Soule on how to manage your comic book schedule while also working full-time. Hope you enjoy!

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102. Terry Dodson, Steve Lieber & Learning to Use Reference

The boys chat with legendary artists Terry Dodson and Steve Lieber. Unfortunately for you listeners, Steve's table was placed right next to a big ol' Wheel of Fortune and Jason underestimated how much it would come through. However, Steve was so knowledgeable and great that we had to include it. In the back half of the show, they're talking all about why you should stop killing yourself and just use reference.

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101. Robert Kirkman Interview & Making Your First Comic

Robert Kirkman joins us on our maiden voyage to talk about his writing process, balancing work and life, as well as his new series OBLIVION SONG. In the back half of the show, Jason and Kent talk about making your FIRST comic!

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