Wayne’s Comics Podcast #266: Kwanza Osajyefo

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Every once in a while, I record an interview I wish everyone could listen to! My talk with Kwanza Osajyefo this week in Episode 266 is just such a podcast! The creator of the gripping comic series Black, published by Black Mask Studios, talks with me about diversity in the comics industry, how the book came to be, how he developed the fascinating concept for this title, and what he has in store for us in the months ahead!  For more on Black, go to this link or head to their website here. To keep up with Kwanza, you can follow him on Twitter. This one is not to be missed!

 

Deconstructing Comics #250: Kickstarter.com

Kickstarter.comYou have the details all ironed out and the project is well under way. But you don’t have money to publish it when you’re done, or some other financial barrier exists. What to do? One option: kickstarter.com. Tim talks to two people who have managed successful comics-related Kickstarter projects: Thomas Negovan, publisher of Jeremy Bastion’s “Cursed Pirate Girl“; and Kenny Keil, creator of “Tales to Suffice“.

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