Archive | June, 2008

PODCAST 16: HEROES CON, HOW TO COPYRIGHT YOUR CREATIONS, RUMORS, J-HORROR, & HEALTHCARE FOR ARTISTS

Posted on 29 June 2008 by admin

Download our most PACKED podcast to date!  First Jarrett, Kevin, and Nat give us a report on last week’s Heroes Con – hear what industry insights these three were able to glean from other comics professionals and workshops at the convention.  After that, Jarrett tells you everything you need to know about copyrighting your creations – what forms to download, where to find them, what materials to submit, and where to send it.  Join Rashad as he tackles industry rumors with a little help from Lindsay Lohan, Nat “MoneyBox” Landry turns everyone on to the best Japanese horror comics, and then keeps it real with young, aspiring creators concerning healthcare coverage for artists.All this, our “Must reads,” and more!  Today’s episode is equipped not stripped! SPECIAL BONUS: Here’s a glimpse at what MoneyBox was drawing during the recording of the podcast!  Talented dude that Landry – multitasking!!!

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ANNOUNCEMENT

Posted on 23 June 2008 by admin

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PODCAST 15: PAUL KARASIK

Posted on 18 June 2008 by admin

On today’s show the SEQALAB crew talk to Paul Karasik. Karasik was Associate Editor of Art Spiegelman’s avant garde international comics and graphics review, RAW.  In collaboration with artist David Mazzucchelli, he adapted Paul Auster’s novel City of Glass as a graphic novel.  Their work has been translated into French, Italian, German, Japanese, and Spanish, and was named one of the best 100 comics of the century by The Comics Journal. Karasik’s cartoons have appeared in The New Yorker and Nickelodeon magazines.  Together with his sister Judy Karasik, he created the autobiographical comic The Ride Together. Most recently Karasik served as the editor of volume of restored works by the obscure golden-age comics genius Fletcher Hanks entitled I Shall Destroy All the Civilized Planets for Fantagraphics as well as contributing a comics Afterword that solves the true-life mystery: “Whatever Happened To Fletcher Hanks?”

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PODCAST 14: COMIC-BOOK MOVIE DEBATE, OLD-SCHOOL JUSTICE, & MUST READS

Posted on 16 June 2008 by admin

Join the SEQALAB crew for a heated discussion about the effect comic book-related films are having on the movie industry.  Nat “MoneyBox” Landry offers up a step-by-step guide for old-school conflict resolution and reviews an outstanding French comic for kids, Hyper L’Hippo.  Jarrett Williams substitutes for the absent Shazzbaa on the Web comic front, and the crew is joined by podcasting newcomer,  Jeremy Nguyen.

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BRAD WALKER, ACTION COMICS

Posted on 15 June 2008 by admin

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Brad Walker (B.F.A., sequential art, 1999) enjoyed a recent penciling stint on DC’s Action Comics!  Congratulations Brad!

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ROBERT ATKINS & NBC’S HEROES

Posted on 15 June 2008 by admin

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Former sequential art graduate student Robert Atkins is drawing an online comic for NBC’s hit series Heroes.  Check it out here!

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PODCAST 13: TODD ALLEN AND THE ECONOMICS OF WEBCOMICS

Posted on 12 June 2008 by admin

Join the SEQALAB hosts as they talk to Todd Allen, the leading authority on the monetization of Web content. If you’re thinking about starting a Web comic site, and you’re curious about the possible ways to make money off of it, then this podcast is for you!

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PODCAST 12: CANADIAN COMIC STORE REVIEWS, HEADLINES, & MUST READS

Posted on 09 June 2008 by admin

Join us today as Jarrett “Canadian Brown” Wiliams gives us a review of  Canadian comic stores!  Following that, Rashad Doucet tells us what’s happening in comic book industry news, and the panel offers up their weekly “Must Reads.”

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RIDING SHOTGUN CARTOON ON SPIKE TV

Posted on 08 June 2008 by admin

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Sequential Art alumni Nate Bowden and Tracy Yardley have announced that RIDING SHOTGUN, their Tokyopop manga graphic novel series, will soon be the subject of a Paramount-produced animated cartoon pilot for Spike TV.

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SCAD SELECTED FOR AIGA DESIGN COMPETITION

Posted on 08 June 2008 by admin

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SCAD has received the honor of being selected as one of the final 155 out of more than 4,300 entries to the “365: AIGA’s Annual Design Competition 29.” Our 2007 sequential art anthology, Discovered, was selected for the Brochure, Promotional Design and Advertising category.  This piece showcases the best of SCAD’s sequential art department, with art direction/design by Scott Newman and cover illustration by professor Julie Collins-Rousseau.

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