Yes, Market Place is actually an American Public Media show, but as far as I’m concerned, it’s all NPR.
So this Sunday a radio engineer came by my pad and we talked about process and the impact on culture that comics have had for a segment centered around the San Diego Comic Con. He even shot some quick video for possible web support. It was a lot of fun. It hits this Saturday, you can check for air times in your area here.
I’m sure you can download a podcast of it once it’s aired, if you so desire. I sure hope so, because I’ll be at the con and I’d hate to miss my NPR debut.
This is it, kids! The delicious follow up to the highly acclaimed 1946. This time with master artists Fábio Moon & Gabriel Bá. This is what comics should look like…
Ah, ah, ah! No more snacking before dinner! That’s all you get. Go out and buy the rest, ya mug!
“There’s nothing like new, fresh talent to filter out the old and mundane. That’s exactly what new comic series—good or bad—bring to the table. Luckily, these Eisner nominees for Best New Series are shining examples of the next generation of comics.”
Full report here.