WA Podcast 120 – Protect Yourself from Theft

Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. Today’s discussion… Protecting yourself from table theft at comic cons. Chris talks about his recent theft experience at Awesome Con, and we all chat about what artists can do to protect themselves. Byron starts off the podcast with a couple fun questions for the podcast panel. Put your answer […]

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Alliance Chat 45

Welcome to the Alliance Chat: Where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we follow up on how Byron’s preparation for C2E2 paid off and Liz chats about her recent appearance at a Girl’s Scout mini-event.

Warning: Podcast may contain some language not suitable for all-ages

Webcomic Workshop Podcast 85

Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Chris: For larger conventions, offering my spare vendor badge/pass to a reader or fan to help me out for the weekend. Dawn: My next comic project will be a graphic novel done in chapters but not post it on-line as I want to submit it […]

Alliance Chat 29

Welcome to the Alliance Chat: where no topic has gone before! In this podcast, we’re chatting about an article by Denise Dorman which asked “Is Cosplay Killing Comic Con?” Mrs. Dorman chatted frankly about doing conventions and losing money. She suggested the culture of cosplay today has become the focus of comic cons and thus started a […]

Webcomic Workshop Podcast 75

Solving Webcomic Issues We All Face. This podcast we discuss: Byron: Are there exercises an artist can do to help strengthen their drawing arm and hand? In light of my recent tendon injury, I think I could use some toning exercises. Robin:  When choosing a new convention to add, what factors do you consider?  What […]

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Wizard World Philly: Recap

The Summary I’ve done the Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con  for the past 3 years now. It’s a no-brainer for me to go as it’s only a half hour away. I was worried before my first show here, as I had been hearing how the Wizard World shows are going downhill and they’re not built […]