The topic was characters celebrating their 50th anniversary.
Torres, Karl Kerschl, Chris Sprouse and Paul Dini on the dais for a full-filled hour of talk about the "Company Event" syndrome, deadlines, crowd scenes, and Zuda comics!
Pro Vs Fan Comic Trivia (40:13,.7mb) The Fans were: Peter Svensson, David Oakes and Tom Galloway, The Pro's were Glenn Hauman, Elliot S!
He also said the imprint was started for Bendis but they brought on David Mack's book so it didn't appear that way.He started off talking about how he's always been conservative and was able to professionally work with Denny O'Neil and Cat Yronwode, both editors are known for being very far left in their political views.Among the topics discussed were his desire to draw and when he wanted to do it for a living, his influences, his early non-comics jobs, his run on Human Torch, finding his boundaries artistically, how drawing for animation changed his work, The Wizard.The group talked about the best manga in various categories and where it could be bought at the con (or seen online).Toronto HobbyStar Toronto CoimiCon 2008 (November 30) - 15 Photos San Diego Comic Con 2008 (July 23-27) - 157 Photos How Not to Break Into Comics.The presenters were Kevin Boyd, Jennifer Haines, Robert win a surface book Haines, Anthony Falcone Scott VanderPloeg, Robert Pincombe, Andrew Walsh, Ivan Kocmarek and Scott Chantler.
The moderator was Jeff Gomez (CEO on the panel was Mark Pensavalle (COO Chip Brown (Harper Collins.
They then turned to when Briggitte began drawing, their collaborative process, the other books they worked on, the pacing of a joke, subtle bit of info that is important, but not highlighted and why Lewis chose to do it that way.
Along the way he talked about Jewish humor and brings up details about Zisha Breitardt, a Polish-Jew strong man that often labeled himself Superman and did lots of true and faked amazing feats to show off his strength.
He goes into the new Reid Fleming Graphic Novel that's currently being created.
The State of YA (Young Adult) Comcs (54:18,.7mb) Moderated by Gina Gagliano, Eva Volin, Robin Brenner, Cecil Castellucci, Svetlana Chmakova, Faith Erin Hicks and John Green talks about problems with the YA comics market and what they thought the market needed.
Comics and Mental Health (51:00,.6mb) Cory Silverberg was the moderator, panelists included jes sachse, Tory Woollcott, Jason Bradshaw and Jenn Woodall.Boxed 3 LPs #sung in German 14163.00 E handel, Two Cantatas: Delirio Amorosa, Nel dolce del'oblio, Magda Kalmar, soprano, Chamber Ensemble, Liszt Ferenc CO, c: Sandor, Hungaroton 68180/2.00 E rossini, Mose, Gregor, Kalmar, Nagy, Hamari, Hungarian RTV O Ch, c: Gardelli, r i:1981.Carol talked about a few other early academic papers she's come across.Phantasie for Piano, Violin, Cello (1907), Music Group of London, r i:19.00 E liszt Piano Transcriptions, liszt, of music by Mendelssohn, Schumann, Schubert, Lassen, Beethoven, Chopin, Liszt, including On Wings of Song, Six Polish Songs, Faust Symphony (2nd movement).They started off by going down the line to explain the best way to be contacted if you are looking to get your work promoted.Steve Manale talked about sharing a studio with Darwyn, the group talked about "the Superman club" that sprung up around Darwyn, Dennis Cooke revealed some childhood info about Darwyn, Dennis's daughter spoke about her uncle, the group talked about Darwyn's strong views on what superheroes.Barbara mentioned that sometimes wordless comics get called picture books.
That 70's Panel (45:24,.5mb) Creators from the 70s gather to talk about their work at that time.
With him is Spider-Man editor Steve Wacker and Manager of Sales and Communication Arune Singh to help answer questions.