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On this week’s episode we are proud to have our second interview. We speak with Emily R. Gillis and Crystal M. Rollins of Wayward Studios. They were fantastic guests and brought some great insight to the world of creating comics. We discuss their history and what it takes to make a comic worth reading. Make sure to check out all of their great books at WaywardStudios.net.
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Dan “Movierevolt” Clark
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As someone who is trying to create his own comic this was a treat. Got a lot of motivation to get up and start doing it
Nice! I am always up to find a new Web comic. This stuff is not my typical style but I’ll give it a shot. What’s the harm.
I’m liking the interview eps you should do them more often. I have heard of the 24 hour comic competition before. We actually did one as a school project none time. It’s a great way to spur creativity. You have to bunker down and give no excuses.
no offense to Dan, Chuck, and Greg… but we have 5 years worth of interviews on the network as a whole. Have you checked them out? https://www.geekcastradio.com/interviews
Yeah I’ve listened to a few no offense not a big fan of your interview style
Well thanks. Personally don’t think we have done enough yet to have a ‘style’ lol. We are still learning some kinks to work out for sure. We actually have a few more interviews coming out this month including one tomorrow. So hope you enjoy.
That’s so true that superheros should only be considered a sub genre. When you think about it a superhero is just a tool to tell another story