On this, the return episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creators Sheldon Vella and Jed MacKay to talk about their entry in Vault of Spiders #1 from Marvel Comics. Sheldon and Jed teamed up for the story of Final Galaxy Battle! This is an epic 8 page story featuring their take on the live action version of the Japanese Spider-Man in his final battle with Professor Monster. Jed and Sheldon discuss telling a story in 8 pages, working together and how to bring this version of Spider-Man into the comics. A huge thanks to the two for coming on to talk about the issue and their work. You can find Vault of Spiders #1 one in stores and online now.
On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Jonathan Brandon Sawyer to talk about his work on the debut issue of Welcome Back from Boom! Studios. Welcome Back focuses on a pair of soldiers called Sequels, Mali and Tessa, who fight a never-ending war thanks to repeated reincarnation. Jonathan discusses splash pages and layouts, doing art for a series that could introduce anything at anytime, bringing life to characters, and having to do press as an artist. A huge thanks to Jonathan for taking the time to talk his process and Welcome Back. Be sure to grab Welcome Back in stores and online now.
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Andrew MacLean to discuss his first graphic novel from Dark Horse Comics, ApocalyptiGirl: An Aria for the End Times. The story follows Aria has she searches the around the end of the world for an ancient relic with her cat Jellybeans, and there are mechs. Andrew discusses writing a character who only has a cat to talk to, pacing a larger story, experimenting in the larger format. A huge thanks to Andrew for taking the time to talk about his process and ApocalyptiGirl. Be sure to pick up the novel is stores now and online.
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On this episode of Pages and Panels, Kyle is joined by creator Benjamin Marra to talk about his comic Blades and Lazers. The comic follows the adventures of the Gearson brothers, one handles the blades and the other the lasers. Ben discusses finding the tone and narrative of the comic, approaching action, and building the world of Blades and Lazers. A huge thanks to Ben for coming on and talking Blades and Lazers as well as his upcoming graphic novel Terror Assaulter: O.M.W.O.T( One Man War On Terror). Support the current Blades and Lazers' Kickstarter to get your copy of the collected edition and then Pre-order your copy of Terror Assaulter now as well.
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This episode I am joined by writer John Lees who breaks down the very first issue of the new series from publisher Comix Tribe, And Then Emily Was Gone. And Then Emily Was Gone is an standout first issue and filled with horror and mystery. The team of John, Iain Lauire and Megan Wilson bring to life a truly chilling story. John provides great insight into writing a first issue, things you don't want to here at camp, and his take on Batman Returns being superior to the first Batman. Thanks so much to John for coming on and breaking down And Then Emily Was Gone. Make sure to pick it up in your local comic shops today or read it digitally here on comixology.
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