Writing comic panels is a finely tuned communication from a writer to an artist. Here are some tips on panel descriptions from writer Lynsey G and artist Jayel Draco. … Continue readingHow to Write Comics: Panel Descriptions
“Comics that raise pressing social issues can give readers the space to engage critically, as well as to dream differently. When we cannot solve our problems with the same old strategies, the situation calls for more imagination.”—Lucas Peverill … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Lucas Peverill
“Say something that can be useful to people in their own life. Story and entertainment. Those are the things I look for in every story.”—Jan Velazquez … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Artist Jan Velazquez
“Make a thing.
Finish your comic and put it out in the world.
You learn so much by just doing it, so go in ready, do your research and work hard.
And keep trying.”
—Tana Ford … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Creator Tana Ford
“Some soul in an often soulless world. It’s a lifeline out of the monotony of the struggle for money and things. It’s a gathering space for ideas and vitality.”—Tom Swift Bird … Continue readingAn Interview with Comics Creator Tom Swift Bird