In this episode, Matt talks about attending the Savannah College of Art and Design, training his eye as a colorist, finding a workflow and workload that worked for him, and forming a community with other colorists. For the second half of the show, Matt discusses the importance of fitness in his life, finding a good gym, and getting hooked on working out.
In this episode, Benjamin discusses his path to co-creating THE AUTUMNLANDS, the joys of collaboration, and the benefits of working in a studio of ferociously talented people instead on his own. For the latter portion of the podcast, he discusses his hopes for discussing comics art, and art more generally, with people who are both creators and not.
In this episode, Marjorie discusses collaborating with Sana Takeda, creating a pan-Asian world for MONSTRESS, how her perception of war influences her work, and the magic of cats. In the latter half of the show, she breaks down the places she's traveled to, what she experienced while away, and the lessons she took back home.
In this episode, Lewis discusses his journey to comics, his career as a playwright, and the importance of considering more than just the story at hand when crafting your work. Lewis approaches his work holistically, considering the culture, environment, and context of both the work and his own relationship to it, making for impressively resonant storytelling. As a working playwright, Lewis's passion is theatre, and he likes to take part in everything from writing to getting hands-on with the construction of the sets.