Here is a link to my review of Mark Waid, Paolo Rivera, & Marcos Martin’s Daredevil Vol 1 published by Marvel Comics and via Graphic Novel Reporter
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Here is video from my C2E2 panel with Mark Waid and Matt Fraction. The entire panel ran for an hour, so I will upload these videos in 15 min segments. If you cannot view the embedded file below, please click on the video link for a redirect to YouTube. Trust me, the audio gets better when I realized I needed to speak directly into the mic!
It’s been a while since I’ve updated my blog here. I blame the whirlwind experience of C2E2 last week in Chicago. The con was a blast and I’ll be posting video here of my panel on comic scriptwriting and craft with Mark Waid and Matt Fraction. I purchased some great sketches and prints, and met a lot of really nice people in Artist’s Alley. I’ll post convention pics and some images of the sketches and prints as well.
I’ve also recently started publishing with GraphicNovelReporter.com and my first review was recently posted on their site. I’ll post a separate entry with the information.
Finally, I just learned today that my book on Frazer Irving will be receiving a foreword by a highly acclaimed, award-winning author. More details to come.
My proposed panel–Comic Craft 101: Script Writing and Comics in the Digital Age–has been approved for the upcoming March 2011 C2E2 Convention in Chicago. I will be serving as moderator while Matt Fraction and Mark Waid discuss the differences in their process and craft, and how script writing has changed with the advent of digital comics. Here’s the official description via C2E2:
“Mark Waid and Matt Fraction will discuss the generational differences and evolution of the craft, their styles, and the scripting process, as well as debate the significant differences between writing in the serialized, collected trade, and digital formats. From their entrance into the profession through their company and creator-owned experiences, Waid and Fraction will provide insight into their influences, writing process, and the transformation of comics for the digital age.”