Panel Borders: Cancer Comics
June 16, 2011
— Medical Comics
Partially broadcast 16th June 2011 on Resonance 104.4 FM
Continuing our month of shows about medical comics, we have two recordings of creators’ very different approaches to tackling the issue of cancer in sequential art. In another presentation from last year’s Graphic Medicine conference, Suley Fattah talks about his anthologies Drawing the line and Drawing the line again, which collect a selection of new comics about the subject of cancer to raise money for related charities. Also, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist Ross Mackintosh about his moving autobiographical book Seeds which depicts his father’s battle with the disease.
For more info about this podcast and a variety of formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this episode at www.archive.org
Listen to Brian Fies talk about his work
Info about the 2011 Graphic Medicine conference, 9-11 June 2011, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, Chicago
Laydeez do comics June 2011
Bristol based illuatrator and comics artist
Bristol based illustrator and comics artist
Professor Charles Hatfield
Professor at California State University.
Author of Alternative Comics (2005)
Member of the editorial board for the Journal of Graphic Novels and Comics.
Lebanon based comics artist.
Creator of comic series Malaak: Angel of Peace
Monday 20 June, 6.30 – 9.30pm, The Rag Factory, Heneage Street (off Brick Lane), London
Comics Launchpad, Birmingham
This weekend, a unique event takes place at The Studio, Birmingham, bringing together seasoned professionals and aspiring creators from around the world with one thing in common: a passion for comics.
The first event of its kind, Launch Pad includes a full programme of workshops and seminars designed to inform and inspire budding writers and artists, along with opportunities for portfolio reviews and face-to-face feedback.
Speakers at the one day conference include legendary creator Klaus Janson, DC Comics Senior Editor Joey Cavalieri and 2000AD Editor Matt Smith, and the event is officially supported by Marvel Comics, DC Comics, Rebellion Entertainment, Diamond Distribution and a host of other major publishing companies worldwide.
Join International Comics Shows at The Studio in Canon Street on Saturday, June 18 and find out how to make your career take off.
The Conference is limited to 300 delegates and includes an option to attend the exclusive after event roof garden party with complimentary food and drink.
To find out more or to book your place go to: http://www.comicslaunchpad.com