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Panel Borders: The art of Kate Brown and Paul Duffield

June 5, 2008

Panel Borders: The art of Kate Brown and Paul Duffield
Originally broadcast 05/06/08 as part of Strip! on Resonance 104.4 FM

Continuing our series of reports from this year’s Bristol International comics Expo; in this week’s episode we’re looking at new European Manga creators. Alex Fitch is talking to two artists who have drawn Manga Shakespeare and are doing very well in serialised comics: Kate Brown (The DFC) and Paul Duffield (web comic Freak Angels).

For more info, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org

Links: Read Kate’s Spider Moon at www.thedfc.co.uk
Kate Brown’s website
Paul Duffield’s website
Paul and Warren Ellis’ online comic Freak Angels
Review of Freak Angels at comixtalk
Manga Shakespeare website including info on:
Paul’s adaptation of The Tempest and Kate’s adaptation of A Midsummer night’s dream
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    […] Panel Borders‘ Alex Fitch interviews Manga Shakespeare artists Kate Brown and Paul Duffield (29.4MB). […]

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  3. Panel Borders: Emma Vieceli, promoting new British Manga « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] adventure and thrilling animation in a show to live on in the memory…The world premiere of Kate Brown’s adventure created for The DFC and now taking the journey of Bekka to an all new level in a […]

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    […] adventure and thrilling animation in a show to live on in the memory…The world premiere of Kate Brown’s adventure created for The DFC and now taking the journey of Bekka to an all new level in a […]

  5. Today’s show: The DFC Library « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] to Philip Pullman, John Aggs, Patrice Aggs and Jim Medway at The DFC launch in Spring 2008, to Kate Brown at the 2008 Bristol Comics Expo and to Sarah McIntyre at her studio in Deptford, Autumn […]

  6. Panel Borders: The DFC Library « “Panel Borders” & “Reality Check” reblogged this and added:

    […] to Philip Pullman, John Aggs, Patrice Aggs and Jim Medway at The DFC launch in Spring 2008, to Kate Brown at the 2008 Bristol Comics Expo and to Sarah McIntyre at her studio in Deptford, Autumn […]

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