Join Little Fish Studio as we question the experts on just how to navigate the vast and varied sea of comic book marketing in this episode.
This month we have, in addition to some regulars, some really renowned players in the comic field. I hope are all able to attend. It’s free, online, and even if you miss it it will be available on youtube after it completes. (So RSVP no matter what so you get updates!)
Check it out! We’ve been featured on Crisp Comics Webcomic Spotlight. The great people at Crisp Comics put together a fantastic write-up and Q&A about Little Guardians. Christine asked us some really great questions which Ed and I both replied to. I really enjoyed the opportunity and it makes a great read if you’re a fan of Little Guardians and want to know more about our motivations and reasons for creating the comic as we have.
So checkout our spotlight at Crisp Comics and explore their site a bit, for more great comics recommendations and reviews. I’ve definitely added them to my reading list.
This is a little bit after the fact but I was on a recorded Google + Hangout panel with a bunch of awesome comics folks for a fun discussion on what makes us all so crazy about comics and our favorite comics influences.
Check out the video below then go and read some awesome comics by my fellow panelists.
Draw Me A Robot has just received a major overhaul and a re-launch as a blog now featuring other working cartoonists and the tools they use to make comics. The new Draw Me A Robot is live now and features Eric Merced as the first interview and me as the second! Krishna asks us 4 questions about our setups and then we draw a robot for the blog.
You have to click the navigation arrows on the sides of the images to cycle through the photos and get to the robots.
More artists are being invited all the time and will soon be appearing on Draw Me A Robot as well.
You can suggest artists to be featured next on the site or send in your own robots and tech setups to the community section.
I’ve taken the opportunity to send in a few of my own suggestions, so hopefully we’ll see even more familiar names up there.
So check it out, spread the word. I think this is a really neat theme for a blog can’t wait to see who else gets featured.
Also, here’s my robot entry:
Ed and I were invited on the Panelists Podcast last week, many thanks to Stephen and Kyle for having us. We were honored to join in and had a great time talking about comics, Little Guardians and our process creating the comic. The first half of the podcast, Kyle, Ed and I talked Little Guardians in my livingroom. The second half of the podcast I join Stephen over skype to talk about the role of technology in comics creation.
If you’ve never checked out their podcast before I give it my full recommendation if you’re into the nuts and bolts of creating comics. You can tell that Kyle and Stephen think about comics ALL THE TIME and put almost as much passion and effort into their discussions on the podcast as they do into creating comics themselves. You only have to browse their work to see what I mean. Check them both out, then go grab a random episode of the Panelists and really sink your teeth into comics creation.
Just a quick reminder, we are on a brief break from updates until Mid to late April, we will be back with Chapter 4. Until then, you can get into the behind the scenes of Little Guardians with this latest episode of the Panelists, and keep an eye out for some random goodies I’ll be posting to the site in the lead up to Chapter 4.