Have you ever started a comic and not finished it? Are you in the middle of production on a comic and getting lost in the weeks? Do you lie awake at night trying to figure out how your book will ever get done?
That’s the topic of this week’s live episode, recorded at Silicon Valley Comicon. It’s for everybody that’s been in the weeds producing a comic and doesn’t know where to go next. I put together an amazing panel of guest who’ve all successfully produced comic books, from creators to publishers to artists and everything in between. Here’s the description, straight from the panel guide.
TITLE: How to get a comic over the finish line
DESCRIPTION: Does making a comic seem insurmountable? Are you stuck in the middle of production? Then this is the panel for you. Join a group of veteran indie comic creators as they discuss what it takes to get a project over the finish line and into the hands of readers.
MODERATOR: Russell Nohelty (Wannabe Press)
SPEAKER 1: Hannah McGill (RAWR! Dinosaur friends; www.hannahmcgill.com; @hannahcomb on Twitter)
SPEAKER 2: Garrett Gunn (Franklin and Ghost, Go West; www.geekerymagazine.com; @somewriterguy on Twitter)
SPEAKER 3: Barbra Dillon (Fanbase Press; www.fanbasepress.com; @barbrajdillon on Twitter)
SPEAKER 4: Madeleine Holly-Rosing (Boston Metaphysical Society; www.bostonmetaphysicalsociety.com; @mhollyrosing on Twitter)
SPEAKER 5: Christie Shinn (Personal Monsters; www.horatotastudios.com; @horatorastudios on Twitter)
You’ll recognize some of these guests from other episodes of my show over the years. You can listen to Barbra Dillon on her own spotlight panel here, and she talked about building an audience with Madeleine Holly-Rosing here.
Also, catch Christie on her own spotlight panel here.
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