Every week on the Dreamer Comics Podcast, Omar Spahi interviews a different comic book creator to teach you how to make your own comics from start to finish. They dive deep into what to do to get your comic book created, published and sold to fans.
Barbara Randall Kesel talks about how she got started in comics and how she broke in at a time when very few, if any women were in comics. She talks about the process of being a writer and an editor for some incredible titles, like Watchmen, Superman and Xenoglyphs.
Mark Schultz talks about how he started creating breathtaking comics like Xenozoic Tales. He also breaks down how a life long passion for dinosaurs and comics transformed his life and inspired his career.
How do you go about creating a small comic con? The process of talking to people about it, doing social media and setting up great panels, guests and events. It can all be quite daunting, but not for Matt Dunford.
Joe Kelly has done it all, comics, animation, TV and movies. Listen in as we talk about Joe’s journey doing it all and how they’re all connected from his early adventures through NYU and Marvel to his adventures to the big and small screen. He’s done it all!
Joe Kelly has done it all in comics. He’s responsible for creating and cultivating some of the most iconic characters in pop culture, learn his story here on how he did it all with Man of Action, Superman, Deadpool, Ultimate Spider-man, Avengers, and of course, I Kill Giants.
Barbara Dillon talks about running a small independent publishing company with Fanbase Press. She also talks about what it means to get Quince nominated for an Eisner award and how to publish comics and get the word about your comic.