The comic book professionals I interviewed at MegaCon 2011 were:
– Derrick Fish, creator, writer and artist who self publishes his title THE WELLKEEPER. http://www.thewellkeeper.com . I interviewed him on Friday.
– On Saturday I interviewed Thom Zahler, creator, writer, artist, letterer and colorist of his comic book LOVE AND CAPES, now published by IDW. http://www.loveandcapes.com .
On Sunday I interviewed three comic book professionals:
– Allen Bellman, golden age comic book artist for Marvel/Timely during the 1940’s and 1950’s. http://allenbellman.com .
– Terry Moore, creator, writer, artist and letterer of STRANGERS IN PARADISE, ECHO and, beginning in July, RACHEL RISING. http://strangersinparadise.com .
Follow up episodes on MegaCon 2011 will feature the panels I covered. While they don’t feature Superman, I want to share some of my convention experience. I enjoy panels about the craft of comic book creation, and spotlight various creators whose work I enjoy, so the panels I’ll feature will reflect that.
Next Episode: COMICS NOIR PANEL, which was the first panel I attended.
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