We start off talking about inking and take off from there. Even though Porsak has moved on to screenwriting, he talks a lot about his love for the controlled chaos of editing, Karen Berger's influence, motivating talent, and helping Frank Quietly survive the production of WE3 and the excellent Unknown Soldier series by Dysart and Poticelli.
I catch up with Frank Gogol about his new mini-series NO HEROINE, which Source Point Press plans to publish on June 24.
As a matter of fact, the Final Order Cutoff for issue 1 is Friday, May 29.
We also talk about studying the narrative of various video games, James Bond, does the presence of an editor allow a writer to take more risks, and rave about the magic colorist bring to comics.
Whitney provides an excellent overview of her evolution as an editor and a glimpse into the system that BOOM! Studios has established for its editors. Also, we talk about the mindset and approach needed to edit kids and YA graphic novels for Random House Graphic. Finally, we geek out about the X-Men.
Will Dennis and I talk about the multiple issues facing the rest of the 2020 convention season and how it's a hit, not only to the bank accounts of creators and publishers but also to the slow burn of creativity that happens at cons, which leads to new titles. We also present a possible way to fill the vacuum.
TKO’s Editor-in-Chief Sebastian Girner and I talk about TKO's Wave Two, his editing approach, Wave 3 and much more. FYI--TKO now dedicates 50% of the Purchase Price to your Comic Retailer of Choice from any Purchases you make off TKO’s Site.Go to TKO Presents.com for Details.