The Deconstructing Comics Podcast is back tonight with coverage from CAT 2017 and a special talk with Bryan Lee O’Malley.
Tim attended CAT 2017 on November 25, with job one being a talk with Scott Pilgrim and Seconds creator Bryan Lee O’Malley! O’Malley answers some lingering questions from those books, and discusses the inconsistent censoring of cursing in Snotgirl, giving characters body language, why autobio comics are so popular, and what, if anything, he would change about his published work.
Tim also talked with a couple of other creators (many of the denizens of Artist’s Alley were the same ones we met at Kaigai Manga Festa in the past two episodes) and covered a workshop on Risograph Printing presented by Natalie Andrewson, Ryan Cecil Smith, and Grame McNee.
Also in this episode, we’ll hear from CAT co-organizer Adam Pasion about how this year’s event went, and lessons learned for next year.
|6:40||Riso Workshop excerpt — Ryan Cecil Smith talks about how a Risograph machine works|
A result of Risograph printing
|8:46||CAT co-organizer Adam Pasion talks about this year’s event and looks forward to next year|
|24:31||Bryan Lee O’Malley|
Bryan Lee O’Malley
Listen up below!