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My Ignite Ann Arbor talk with notes

February 10, 2011 by  
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I had a terrific time at Ignite Ann Arbor last night! My deepest thanks to Ryan and the folks of A2Geeks for giving me the opportunity to share my love of comics with an enthusiastic crowd.

You can watch my presentation here, or via the player below (my talk begins at the 12-minute mark):

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Here are the credits for the images used in my slides:

Slide 02
Silver and the Periodic Forces (circa 1985)
Equalizers of the Divide #1

Slide 03
Pages from an upcoming comics project of mine

Slide 04
The Front: Rebirth

Slide 05
From the webcomic by jared

Slide 06
Ghost, by Jared
Image from an upcoming comics project of mine

Slide 07
Equalizers of the Divide #1, Page 04
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 2 Page 11
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 2 Page 21
The Origin of Jared Page 2

Slide 08
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 4 Page 16

Slide 09
Amethyst, Princess of Gemworld (maxi-series) #2

Slide 10
Switch Runners #1, Page 04

Slide 11
The 9/11 Report: A Graphic Adaptation by Sid Jacobson and Ernie Colón
Louis Riel: A Comic-Strip Biography by Chester Brown
Smile by Raina Telgemeier
Clyde Fans by Seth
Winters in Lavelle by Kasey Van Hise
Green Monk by Brandon Dayton
Astronaut Academy: Zero Gravity by Dave Roman
nemu*nemu by Audra Furuichi and Scott Yoshinaga

Slide 12
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 3 Page 18

Slide 13
Photo taken by the Ann Arbor District Library
Artwork I created for Artserve Michigan

Slide 14
The Origin of Jared, Page 15
Silver and the Periodic Forces #2

Slide 15
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 2 Page 25
Boulder & Fleet: Adventurers for Hire Page 7

Slide 16
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 3 Page 29
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 4 Page 20

Slide 17
Artist recreation of student work

Slide 18
Artist recreation of student work

Side 19
Kids Read Comics

Slide 20
The Front: Rebirth Chapter 3

Comments

2 Responses to “My Ignite Ann Arbor talk with notes”
  1. Zniv says:

    Sorry Jerzy, but for a non native english speaker like me it’s just too darn fast to follow 🙁

    • Jerzy Drozd says:

      Yeah, it was hard for even native english speakers to keep up with! Sorry about that–it’s tough to fit everything I want to say into a 5-minute presentation.