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An Interview With Logan Ludwig, Author of “Moving Panels”

28full200Logan Ludwig did something near and dear my heart and that of my friend Scott, who writes on adaptions. He did an in-depth book on comic adaption to movies, called Moving Panels: Translating Comics To Film. It’s a deep dive on a subject that’s not only interesting, but more important today than ever. Logan let me interview him so we can find out more on his work. Continue reading

Meet Jane Straw of Medikidz!

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I met Jane Straw when I first heard about Medikidz – a series of comics to help kids understand medical conditions. She’s the art editor there, and I heard of her when she was looking for talent. Of course then I had to actually interview her because, seriously, it’s using comics to discuss medical conditions and fill a gap. That’s awesome applied geekery.

Let’s find out what she’s up to and more about her and Medikidz and you can see more art at their Deviantart Page! Continue reading

Get Deep Into Comics With Denny O’Neil

Bryan Stroud over at Comics Bulletin is interviewing comics great Denny O’Neil.  It’s well worth reading and this is only part one.  It covers stuff like:

  • History and how historical ideas limit us.
  • Parents.
  • Being a writing.
  • Traditional media.

And more.  Give it a read if you’re into comics!

– Steven Savage

Steven Savage is a Geek 2.0 writer, speaker, blogger, and job coach.  He blogs on careers at http://www.musehack.com/, publishes books on career and culture at http://www.informotron.com/, and does a site of creative tools at http://www.seventhsanctum.com/. He can be reached at https://www.stevensavage.com/.