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In association with the Lakes International Comic Arts Festival, Chip Zdarsky was recently inerviewed by Kieron Gillen at Gosh! Comics in Soho and you can hear their chat here! While many people's first exposure to Chip (aka real Canadian person Steve Murray) has been via his artwork on Sex Criminals, he has been writing and drawing comics since th…
 
Presented in association with Gosh! Comics. This year marks the milestone 25th anniversary of Image Comics. Here, in a discussion recorded at Gosh! Comics in Soho, our panelists talk about how they’ve seen the industry change since the company’s founding in 1992, what impact it had on their own careers and the titles that still influence their work…
 
With the help of a few special guests we've headed to the coast to record a Summer Special to keep you tiding over until our new series. Just Mickypedia itself for this one, but of course we wander as freely as possible to bring you stories of fossils, goats and misplaced toothbrushes. Listen and subscribe on iTunes…
 
Tillie Walden is the creator of The End Of Summer, one of the best books released so far this year and one of the most impressive debuts in comics for many a year. We talk about Tillie's work on the book, her life as a student at the Center for Cartoon Studies in Vermont and how the insights she gained from living in three very different States hav…
 
This week The Big Question points us at Constitutional History but instead we decide which Hip Hop crews Micky can join, Mickypedia itself has us working out how Elizabeth I's godmother was chosen and we round things off, as always, with Last, Time, This Time. Listen and subscribe on iTunes저자 Mickypedia
 
As part of the Sequential City show at the Anise Gallery earlier in the year we gathered together Owen D. Pomery, Alison Sampson and Tim Bird, who all had work in the show, and Neil Kahawatte, an architect with little previous contact with comics, to discuss their work and the wider relationship between comics and the built environment. Listen and …
 
This episode was recorded when Georgia stopped off at Gosh! Comics on her way back from Angouleme earlier this year. We talk about her experience of the festival, her work at the Toronto Comics Art Festival and her own project, DUMB, which relates her experience with voice loss in comic form. Listen and subscribe on iTunes.…
 
In the first installment of an epic interview that covers his entire career, Pat talks about his early work in Humour and Romance comics before going into detail about his role in reinventing boys adventure comics in the 70's with titles like Battle and Action. Pat also shares what he has learnt about developing characters and strips from reader fe…
 
A celebration of the random with Micky Boyd and Steve Walsh where we discuss some topics chosen by us, some (sort of) chosen by the public and some chosen entirely at random. Our debut episode sees us talking about the World's Strongest Man, modern warfare and heterocyclic chemistry but we still manage to cover kilts, hurricanes and loom bands on t…
 
This week we talk to David White from Avery Hill Publishing, a comics micropublisher based in South London. David tell us about the mechanics of working with creators, the value of having a healthy creative relationship with your publisher and the importance of an organically diverse backlist. To see that backlist go to averyhillpublishing.com List…
 
Last month I hosted a talk organised by SelfMadeHero at Karamel in Wood Green where I chatted to ILYA, Karrie Fransman and Oscar Zarate about some of their recent projects and specifically how they put their comics together. I'd suggest having a look at the slideshow posted below before or while listening to get the full effect but regardless there…
 
Steven talks to part of the creative team behind the stage adaptation of Stan Sakai's Usagi Yojimbo that will be performed as the Christmas show at the Southwark Playhouse between the 28th of November 2014 and the 4th of January 2015. Stewart Melton, the writer who adapted the strip for the stage, Ele Slade, the show's designer and the director, Am…
 
Steven talks to Katriona Chapman about making the transition from book illustration into comics, the advantages of incremental development and how self-publishing helps you appreciate the workings of the publishing industry as a whole. To see Katriona's work visit katrionachapman.com Listen and subscribe on iTunes.…
 
Steven talks to Luc Chamberland, the Director of Seth's Dominion, a new documentary about the Canadian cartoonist. They discuss Luc's love of comics, the unconventional way the film was put together and the inspiration other creators can take from Seth and his methods. To see a trailer for the film visit www.nfb.ca/distribution/film/seths_dominion …
 
Steven Walsh talks to Krent Able, a man whose beautiful, horrific artwork has been seen in The Stool Pigeon, the NME and Vice magazine. Krent tells all about early influences, unconventional techniques, indispensable materials and upcoming projects. For more of Krent's work visit www.krentable.com Listen and subscribe on iTunes.…
 
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