Superman Fan Podcast Episode 296 Part III: MegaCon 2014: Breaking-In Panel!

(L to R) Russell Lissau, Frank Tieri, Mike Miller, Steve Horton and panel moderator Roland Mann.

(L to R) Russell Lissau, Frank Tieri, Mike Miller, Steve Horton and panel moderator Roland Mann.

Download Episode #296 Part IV!

This was the third and final panel I attended at MegaCon on Saturday, March 22, 2014. It was not a how-to on breaking in to comic book stores or comic book publisher offices, but rather an informative panel of five comic book professionals sharing their stories on how they broke in to the industry and began their careers. During the discussion, they shared tips on how to’s and not do’s for others to get their break in the comic book industry.

Next Episode: MEGACON 2014 PART IV: CAPES, COWLS AND CULTURE: AGES OF HEROES, ERAS OF MEN EXPLORES COMICS CULTURE PANEL!

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