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Best Study Group Comics podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Study Group Comics podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Study Group Comics has a podcast! Join cartoonists Zack Soto (Secret Voice, Power Button) & Mike Dawson (Rules For Dating My Daughter, Troop 142) as they discuss their own creative processes, comic art, family life, the nuts & bolts of being a working creative, and a ton of other stuff. Each episode finds a new guest from the world of comic books & graphic novels joining Mike & Zack for an in depth conversation, with occasional guest segments from their pals around the world.
 
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Mike Dawson & Zack Soto are back with the final episode of 2019, talking about Howard Cruse, Stuck Rubber Baby, creative constraints, dense pages, classical patronage, Eastman & Laird, TMNT, Tundra & The Xeric Foundation, and people who phase “upwards” out of comics into being rich & busy (instead of quitting in futility like we always assumed we w…
 
We're back this time with a nice long chat between Zack & First Second head honcho/5 Worlds co-creator Mark Siegel that was recorded at the panel they did on Saturday morning at Cartoon Crossroads Columbus last month, as well as a short but meaty show floor chat with Swallow Me Whole, MARCH, and Come Again cartoonist Nate Powell. PLUS! CXC show rep…
 
It's our first ever PROCESS PARTY LIVE! The kind folks at SPX were nice enough to set us up in conversation with one of our favorite people and cartoonists, Joshua Cotter. Josh first came to everyone's attention with the Skyscrapers of the Midwest series in the early 00's, which he followed up with Driven By Lemons and his current project, the mass…
 
We're back to talk to Kickliy about his new Western graphic novel PERDY! You may know Kickliy from his series Musnet, or his work that was published under the name Sam Hiti. All of it is great, and we were excited to talk to him. We got into the reason for his name change, his time spent in France recuperating from a serious accident, and his trium…
 
It’s a special new podcast from Zack & Shanna. By popular demand, Shanna is back! She and Zack apparently needed a podcast as an excuse to sit around and shoot the breeze, so here it is. We’re going to be talking about all that DISTRACTING MEDIA out there! delicious delicious media. This week, we tackle personally formative science fiction in our l…
 
It's an all Jibba-Jabba Extravaganza! Mike & Zack have had a few very busy weeks and catch up in this episode. Zack's Kickstarter is over (thank god)! Mike has a new comic coming out soon! That guy Mike was stumping for in New Jersey lost the race! And Zack went to Columbus, OH! A large part of the episode is dedicated to a Columbus scene report of…
 
Please welcome Dustin Weaver to the party floor! Dustin is the co-creator of the recent S.H.I.E.L.D. series with writer Jonathan Hickman, and writer/artist on multiple other Marvel comics, as well as some stints on TMNT & Star Wars properties. We definitely talk about all of that stuff, and do a deep dive on his time at Marvel in particular. Mike &…
 
The one and only Twitter Funny Man Alex Degen has joined us on the party floor! Perhaps you didn't know that in addition to being funny on the internet, he's also a wicked awesome cartoonist with multiple ineffable books and mini comics out there in the world? The author of Area CC, Mighty Star, and his new book Soft X-Ray/Mindhunters talks to us a…
 
Welcome the creator of Snake N’ Bacon’s Cartoon Cabaret, Tales Designed to Thrizzle, Mark Twain’s Autobiography, & his new memoir All The Answers–Michael Kupperman! Joel Kupperman was an early child star who met wild fame early in life as a “Quiz Kid,” but that fame haunted him much of his life. Michael tells all about his new book, and about growi…
 
Cartoonist Josh Simmons (author of Jessica Farm, House, Black River, The Furry Trap, and his new collection of short stories and collaborations Flayed Corpse) is one of our favorite creators of modern horror comics fiction. He stopped by the party floor to discuss things that make us uneasy, societal collapse, personal boundaries, and reassessing o…
 
This week we return with a great chat with Israeli cartoonist Keren Katz! Keren has had (and continues to have) a very interesting life and pathway to comics. Her first book The Academic Hour was recently published by Secret Acres. Learn about her early days as a dancer, obsession with flying, being an eternal student, art school days, to her curre…
 
Woo hoo! The Party Boys are back with another full-on jibba-jabba episode. First up: what's the deal with the Patreon? Well, we take just a minute or two to lay out the new status quo there, but it's only a short jump from there to talkin' 'bout trains (real and otherwise), making fun of Ready Player One (spoiler warnings, sort of), nerd culture, Z…
 
Please welcome creator of the new Image series Prism Stalker and the upcoming :01 book A Map To The Sun, Sloane Leong! Sloane and the boys discuss Prism Stalker at length and in depth. Sci-Fi, colonialism, gender representation, comics creation workflow, writing and drawing process talk, this one has it all! Plus: Changes are afoot at the Patreon, …
 
Please welcome Box Brown, founder of Retrofit Comics and the author of Is This Guy For Real: The Unbelievable Andy Kaufman, Tetris: The Games People Play, Andre The Giant: Life & Legend, & many many more! We talk andy Kaufman, fiction vs biography, childhood heroes, and lots and lots of wrestling talk! Plus: Mike took sleepy pills before they recor…
 
We're back (again)! Mike went to Hawaii, got crazy jetlag, and Zack went to Emerald City Comicon, and got con-lag. But now we're more or less back to normal. First up, the boys talk about their various adventures and generally knock the rust and dust off their talking machines. ECCC turned out to be a bit of a roller coaster, and Mike may not have …
 
Please welcome very normel person Lauren Weinstein to the party floor! That's Normel Person, the incisive, hilarious, and often haunting weekly strip that's been running in The Village Voice, not a horrible typo. Lauren is also the author of Goddess of War, Girl Stories, & Inside Vineyland. We talk about transforming our modern existential malaise …
 
Never let it be said that the Party Boys aren't giving back to our faithful Party Animals- you had questions you needed answered, and we did our best! This episode, we opened up the mailbag and answered a plethora of listener queries. Embarrassing things we grew out of, Moving on, Circling back, Favorite fictional Zack & Mikes, Thumbnailing theory,…
 
This episode we welcome COPRA mastermind Michel Fiffe! His self-published comic quickly caught the indy-comics world on fire, capturing the minds of the Wednesday Warriors who mainline superhero comics, as well as the artcomix wonks, panel flow fiends and mark-making fetishists from the "other" side of the tracks. Bergen Street Comics stepped in to…
 
That's right-It's a blast from the past when Mike's old podcast, Ink Panthers gets together to yuk it up live on stage at DiNK Denver! Alex Robinson & the Desert Panther Tony Consiglio join Mike to talk comics and other stuff in the far off world of Denver CO, 2014! Plus, in the modern world, learn about Mike's exciting trip to Scotland (hint: HAGG…
 
We welcome cartoonist, public health educator, and Comics For Choice Co-Editor Whit Taylor to the party floor! We get into the themes of her new collection Ghost Stories right off the bat, talking about trauma, comics as therapy, and switching up your approach between stories. Whit delves in to the Chicago scene, what it's like to work (& pitch) fo…
 
This week on Process Party, we talk to Profanity Hill impresario, Fantagraphics Editor, and cartoonist Jason T. Miles! Jason joined Zack a couple weeks ago to talk about Zanardi for our Best of 2017 episode, and they ended up having a long ramblin' conversation before they even got to talk about that book. So here we have their chat, which dives fa…
 
We're back from the holiday with our second annual Best Of roundup! Find out what our favorite books of the year were, and enjoy discussions with Sarah Horrocks, Austin English, Jason T Miles, Keren Katz, Sloane Leong, Eric Grissom, Ed Luce, Carta Monir, & Sammy Harkham as they detail their picks. Books discussed include Golden Kamuy, Alienation, T…
 
Our holiday is taking a bit longer than we expected, so you get a small taste of what our Patreon subscribers get every week: this special bonus episode contains a Jesse Moynihan Real Talk and a recent AfterParty where we talked Netflix's Punisher show & how Mike ruined a cookie baking show by making the kids watch Spider-Man, plus: family moments …
 
2017, what a year! What a horrible, beautiful year. Mike & Zack take a look back at the year in review on a personal and professional level (ie we don't spend a ton of time griping about Trump). We look back at our goals and expectations for the year, assess how we met or didn't meet those goals, do a final page count for the year, talk about our s…
 
From stories about boners, loneliness and bad sex to kids comics and the Star Wars universe - That's one heck of a career trajectory! We get into it with Jeffrey Brown, author of Clumsy, Unlikely, Darth Vader & Son/Vader's Little Princess/Goodnight Darth Vader, the Jedi Academy series, and his new series for kids Lucy & Andy Neanderthal (among many…
 
Recorded live at the PULP Culture Comics Arts Festival & Symposium on October 21st in Burlington Vermont, this Comics Journalism roundtable brings Joe Sacco, Sophie Yanow, Iona Fox and the Party Boy himself, Mike Dawson to the stage to talk about their work specifically through the lens of journalism. Moderated by Andy Kolovos, and featuring James …
 
Sarah Glidden is the author of How To Understand Israel in 60 Days Or Less, multiple short form comics, and her newest book Rolling Blackouts. Rolling Blackouts is about Sarah's travels through Syria and Iraq with a group of reporters, and what she learns about those places, the people that live in them, and the fundamental philosophies and process…
 
Jason Thompson and Jumana Al Hashal are a husband/wife cartoonist & project manager duo who have turned to collaborative game design. Their first game, Mangaka, was a pictionary-esque take on the Japanese comics industry, and their new game Cartooner looks to both skewer and explore the US version of the comics art form. We talk about the game, of …
 
This week: Dispatches from the show floor at Short Run 2017! Zack attended this always excellent show and got short interviews with Fiona Avocado, Jason T Miles, Fran Lopez, Anna Vo, Kevin Uehlein, Kelly-Sue Deconnick, Patrick Keck, & Cole Johnson. A good time was had by all! If you missed Short Run, catch the vibe now by proxy.…
 
Sarah Horrocks returns! We last spoke to cartoonist and critic Sarah Horrocks in our "Best of 2016" episode, and she's back for a full length interview. She's got a new ongoing serial called GORO that she's releasing in print and digital formats, and we dive deep into that. Sarah goes in depth on her goals there, as well as digging into her writing…
 
This week, Tillie Walden joins us on the party floor! Tillie is the author of the books The End of Summer, I Love This Part, A City Inside, and the newly released memoir Spinning. She's also recently completed an extended webcomic narrative in On A Sunbeam. We talk fiction vs autobio, writing and drawing process, her compulsion to work, career thus…
 
It's a special THROWBACK episode! Mike had a stomach bug that precluded us from recording this week, so we're posting an old conversation between Mike, Jim Rugg & Caitlin McGurk discussing Dan Clowes' Death Ray. It originally appeared on Mike's old podcast TCJ Talkies. A new regular episode will be up later this week, but for now enjoy this discuss…
 
Join us for a Very Special Episode of Process Party: It's our Birthday! (aww) Mike and Zack got together and posted the first episode 1 year ago this week, and forgive us but we get a little misty thinking about it. That doesn't mean we spend the whole episode patting ourselves on the back, but we do take the opportunity to have a bit of the patent…
 
Please welcome to the party floor Christopher Sebela, writer and co-creator of Welcome Back, Heartthrob, High Crimes, among many others. Chris talks about his adventures at the Clown Motel, freelance writing, collaboration, work for hire and working within constraints, long-gestating projects, writing Harley Quinn, and more!…
 
It's SPX time! One of the best & funnest alt-comics festivals, the Small Press Expo 2017 has come and gone, and Zack was there with his recording device to prove it. With short interviews from Celine Loup, Rob Clough, Chuck Foresman, Daniel Spottswood, Nathan Fox, Melissa Mendes, Kyle Bravo, Vincent Stall aka King Mini, Francois Vigneault, Mardou, …
 
It's our big 50th episode blowout! Welcome cartoonist and animator Jesse Moynihan. He's the author of The Backwards Folding Mirror and the consciousness-expanding Forming series. He was also a key part of the first 5 seasons of the Adventure Time cartoon, and currently working on pitching several of his own cartoon ideas to publishers. We get into …
 
This one's a Mike & Zack episode, all Jibba, no Jabba! Ok, actually there's plenty of Jabba. Mike talks about feeling a bit nervous about an upcoming comic featuring some of his local politicians, Zack has a new short comic up on Study Group and discusses what goes into collecting serialized work into a satisfying book experience, specifically in r…
 
We had the pleasure of hosting Jeff Smith on the party floor this week. He's the author of indy comic turned kid's lit publishing juggernaut Bone, Shazam!: The Monster Society of Evil, RASL, and Tuki: Save The Humans (currently in progress). He's also a co-founder and organizer of the Cartoon Crossroads Columbus (aka CXC) festival. We get right int…
 
Please welcome to the party floor, the excellent Jim Rugg! Jim is of course the co-creator of Street Angel and Afrodisiac, as well as artist on The Plain Janes and other books, and designer & curator of not just his own books but multiple zines and magazines. After a lengthy hiatus, Jim & co-creator Brian Maruca are producing a series of new, full …
 
Welcome to the party floor transmedia artist and cartoonist, Juliacks! The author of Swell, Invisible Forces, and Codas, among others - Juliacks has a brand new book called Architecture of An Atom, out now from 2dcloud (currently kickstarting this and others from their upcoming line of books). AoaA isn't just a graphic novel, it's also a movie! And…
 
Welcome Kramer's Ergot honcho and creator of the ongoing series Crickets, Sammy Harkham! We spend most of our time talking his serialized graphic novel Blood Of The Virgin, an ode to LA and C movie houses in the 1970s. But We don't stop there, and cover all kinds of stuff including the need for a comics magazine of record, writing techniques, the i…
 
We welcome comics critic and cartoonist Darryl Ayo to the party floor this week. Darryl is the author of Little Garden, an ongoing comic strip (or series of one-pagers) about mythological creatures that live in a more or less idyllic world. We talk criticism, twitter, the genesis of Comics Cube, Little Garden past and future, and evolving platforms…
 
This week the party is joined by the hilarious author of Someone Please Have Sex With Me, Gina Wynbrandt! Gina lays it down on a variety of topics including Justin Beiber, dating, getting derailed after finishing a book, her art style & her writing process. But First: Mike & Zack talk about derailments of their own! Post-project derailment, apathy,…
 
This episode we welcome cartoonist & podcaster Carta Monir! Carta is the author of several short comics and the recent 2Dcloud release Secure Connect. Carta talks her writing process, Tomb Raider, family stories, drawing perfectly vs drawing real, her book Secure Connect, 24 hour comics, therapy depicting the fragmented nature of internal thought p…
 
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