Webcomics Reviews And Interviews

WCRI is a webcomic podcast devoted to the creation and monetization of webcomics. There are how-to shows on how to create, draw, write, and market webcomics, as well as reviews on webcomics. There are also interview shows with creators, businessmen and others involved with webcomics. In short, if you want to create and make money from webcomics, this is where you start.https://vurbl.com/station/87AfMj7qUcp/Check out our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/twosparrows) and merch pages (https://www.zazzle.com/store/jamaisj/products) to support the show.

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Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 45m. Bisher sind 104 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 3 days 6 hours 50 minutes

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Interview with King Taylor


We discuss his upcoming comic Jarhead, a supernatural/military comic. Besides his comic, the role of black writers, some of his interview issues, and why we need more black representation in comics and movies is discussed. Note: A longer, more...


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 2019-10-10  48m
 
 

You Only Had Four Jobs!


It's Artists Month once again! Today we are stepping back and looking at the four traditional jobs artists have and how a comic artist can use them to do better comic art. This means looking at the penciller (he who does the roughs), the inker (he who...


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 2019-10-05  44m
 
 

Interview with Juan Rosario


Interview with Juan Rosario of Juan Love Apparel (https://juanloveapparel.com/). We discuss the importance of having a story, why you need to consider constantly be updating your inventory, and the advantages of updating your goods, as well as some...


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 2019-09-27  42m
 
 

Diversity In Comics


Diversity in comics is a touchy subject. On one hand, your comic can only benefit from having a wide range of characters but on the other you want to avoid token characters. We look at the problems with having diversity and how to solve those problems...


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 2019-09-19  45m
 
 

Interview with Chris Hazelton


Interview with Chris Hazelton of Misfile (http://www.misfile.com/) and 6 Gun Mage (https://www.6gunmage.com/). We discuss what it takes to work at such a long-running series, concluding it, and then starting over. We also discuss how to make two...


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 2019-09-13  49m
 
 

Interview with Anubic of Bloodbound


Where we discuss CGI comics, how important passion is when it comes to art, and the cost of a good comic. Bloodbound can be found at https://bloodboundcomic.com. Please support WCRI by pledging at our Patreon page (https://www.patreon.com/twosparrows).


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 2019-09-07  43m
 
 

Political Ecologies


The Law of Nature is that every animal has a niche; when you look at political structures you note that every person fills a niche. We're exploring how people fit into the web of politics, and look at static versus dynamic structures, how political...


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 2019-08-31  44m
 
 

Lonely Vincent Bellingham, Misfile, The Adventures of Echo Callaway


In the episode, the following webcomics are reviewed: Lonely Vincent Bellingham (4/5/4/4-1/3, http://www.lonelyvincent.com), Misfile (4/3/4/3-2/3, http://www.misfile.com/), and The Adventures of Echo Callaway (4/5/3/4,...


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 2019-08-24  43m
 
 

The Little People


Your supporting characters can fill so many different roles: They can help define your characters and setting, add depth to your characters, and expand their abilities. We look at why sidekicks are hated and the difference between sidekicks and...


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 2019-08-20  42m
 
 

Fighting Styles


Writers strangely ignore all of the additional symbolism a solid fighting style can give their characters. We look briefly at the symbolism inherent to wearing armor, wielding weapons, and even how a character fights, and how looking at and specifying...


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 2019-08-10  44m