Tag: how to write comics ()
Brandon Easton wonders if geeks in the 21st century have become too spoiled and therefore ungrateful about all the wonderful movies, TV shows and books currently available? Have we lost the ability to enjoy anything?
Posted 05/02/2013 06:32 PM
This episode is a crossover with the new podcast show THE TWO BRANDONS starring writers Brandon Thomas (Miranda Mercury, Voltron: Year One, Voltron) and Brandon Easton (WBs new Thundercats TV series, Shadowlaw, Transformers: Rescue Bots). They discuss how to fix the issues of diversity in comics.
Posted 03/08/2013 12:18 PM
Brandon interviews independent comic book creator Nigel Clarke as they discuss Nigel’s series MASTERNEVER AND THE FLOW OF DEATH. Nigel reveals his influences, obstacles, why he made the decision to pursue his writing career and the tough lessons he learned along the way.
Posted 09/25/2011 08:20 AM
Brandon is proud to present the newsletter companion to Writing for Rookies, available for $6.25 at http://stores.lulu.com/brandoneaston—this newsletter expands on the information given in the podcasts with extra links and more recommendations about how to get your writing career started.
Posted 03/06/2009 12:30 PM
Brandon discusses the business of writing in Los Angeles and also discusses the new Shadowlaw message board: http://shadowlawonline.proboards.com/
Posted 02/11/2009 02:04 PM
This episode is a change of pace from the tutorials. How does a writer deal with concepts of RACE, CLASS, & GENDER in comics? How deeply can our personal prejudices affect the quality of our work as writers? Here, Brandon attempts to throw some ideas out there for the sake of self-reflection.
Posted 04/14/2008 02:11 PM
This episode of Writing for Rookies deals with the insane process of finding an artist who is willing to work on your comic book idea. I discuss how to dig to find an artist who is trustworthy, diligent, and willing to see your project to completion.
Posted 03/28/2008 04:59 PM