Episode Sixty: Bianca Xunise

Bianca Xunise joins Kevin to talk about listening. Also discussed in the episode – representation for women of color, our relationship with the police, comics as a way to open up conversation between cultures, and Cool Spot. Bianca is on twitter @biancaxunise Find her work, including her pieces for The Nib on her website biancaxunise.com mentioned in […]

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Episode Fifty-Nine: Kate Leth

Kate Leth is a bestselling writing and cartoonist living in LA, by way of Canada, specializing in teen and all-ages stories for both page and screen. You can find her licensed comics work in Patsy Walker AKA Hellcat for Marvel, as well as series such as Vampirella, Girl Over Paris, Edward Scissorhands, Fraggle Rock and […]

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Episode Fifty-Seven: Shan Murphy

Shan Murphy is an illustrator, cartoonist, and recent graduate from the New Hampshire Institute of Art. Shan makes poignant comics about loneliness and personal growth. In this episode, Shan and Kevin talk about the universal feelings of insecurity and trying to find a place in comics. Shan’s Website

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Episode Fifty-Six: Sara Lautman

Sara Lautman sits down to talk about how she started drawing cartoons Sara Lautman is an artist living in Baltimore. Her cartoons are published with The New Yorker, Mad, Playboy, Jezebel and on her own blog. Her most recent collection, Black and White Diary Comics, February-December 2017, is available from Birdcage Bottom Books. http://saralautman.com/

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Episode Fifty-Five: Eric Kubli

Eric Kubli is a graphic designer and illustrator from Ohio. Now living in Oakland California, Eric has been working on a comic series called Northlake Magic. Issue three of Northlake was just released digitally, and in this episode Eric talks to us about how he began the series. We also talk about videogames and communicating with […]

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Episode Fifty-Four: Hannah Fisher

Hannah Fisher is a cartoonist based in Seattle. She is the author of the webcomic Cosmoknights and is currently coloring Coady and the Creepies, for Boom! In this episode Hannah joins Kevin to talk about nerdy genre comics and giving agency to female characters. Hannah’s Website Read Cosmoknights

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Episode Fifty-Three: Kelsey Wroten

Kelsey Wroten is a freelance illustrator and comics artist from Kansas City, MO, now living in Brooklyn, NY. We talk about the grand philosophy of storytelling through comics, and a little peek at Kelsey’s book with Uncivilized Books slated to come out in 2018 Also, a beer and some cat noises find more of Kelsey’s […]

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