On today’s episode we’re visited by Web-comic great, and SEQAhomie, Scott Kurtz! Do we need to say more? Listen as we talk shop with the creator of PVP, Web Comics Weekly, and the man who wrote the book on how to make Web comics. Scott talks about the big changes over at PVP, his early years and how he got into comics, what’s going to be going on with him this convention season (besides rollin’ with the SEQALAB crew in San Diego), and exciting things being done in memory of Mike Wieringo.
When you’re done with today’s show – shoot over to the Web Comics Weekly podcast – if you’re a Web-comic creator, and you’re not listening to this show every episode, you’re snoozin’.
Many creators feel uncomfortable promoting themselves, or their projects. In order to help out, today the SEQA P.J.s provide listeners with an easy three-step process on how to draft an elevator pitch for your project or services, and then provide strategies on how to make sure you’re prepared to deliver clear and compelling information when you find yourself in the company of an editor, art director, or anyone who should become familiar with what you have to offer!
All this, and the news and the weekly “must reads.”
Today SEQALAB is proud to present two – yes two – outstanding guest interviews! Steve Gordon is a veteran of the animation industry – he’s been an animator, a layout artist, a storyboard artist, a character designer, a director and everything in between. Gordon’s big claim to fame is that he was the sole character designer for X-Men: Evolution.
K.C. Green is a Web cartoonist responsible for bringing to the Internet such works as Gun Show, Hate Song, and Horribleville.
Today the SEQALAB PJs tske a look at superhero comics – what excited us and hooked us back in the day, and what can be done to bering back the fun! Also, news, department announcements and your reader email!
The SEQA PJs talk about what they took away from this year’s Editors Day panel discussion, their individual portfolio review sessions, and classroom visits with visiting editors from DC, Marvel, Vertigo, Nickelodeon Magazine, Viz, and SLG! Find out what these companies are looking for in a portfolio review!
Also, come back on Thursday for a full-length episode of the Editors Day Panel discussion.
On today’s episode of SEQALAB Rashad and Dave Wheeler lead an interview with talented Web cartoonist Diana Nock – creator of The Intrepid Girlbot, Josh and Imp, and Imaginary Friends Forever. Stick around after the interview for this week’s survey segment on the underground comix movement of the 60s and 70s!
Today it’s point vs. counterpoint – Jarrett Williams moderates as the SEQA PJs debate the artistic integrity of journal comics in this week’s Big Topic Panel Discussion! Stick around after the dust settles for comic book industry news and, as always, this week’s “Must Reads.”