Comics Are Great! 51 – Mini-Comics Day

April 6, 2012 by  
Filed under CAG Podcast, News, Podcasts

It’s an hour of talk about the wonderful and unique format known as mini-comics, as I’m joined by Dave Carter of the University of Michigan Art, Architecutre & Engineering Library, and U-M student Meggie Ramm for a wrap-up of Mini-Comics Day 2012! Together we discuss why the mini-comics format is a great entry point for beginners as well as why it serves as a great means for professional artists to play. We share some of our experiences at Mini-Comics Day and some of the work completed there, and close with a bunch of great mini-comics recommendations.

Links mentioned in this episode (thanks to Eric Klooster for collecting them!):

Comics and Book Recommendations:

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One Response to “Comics Are Great! 51 – Mini-Comics Day”
  1. demophon says:

    Super episode =) I definitely want to make the French comics discussion thing. I wish I could have been in the chat for this one.