Tomorrow’s show: Canadian (Web) Comics
November 9, 2015
— Web comics month
Tomorrow at 8pm on Resonance FM, Panel Borders: Canadian (Web) Comics
In a trio of interviews recorded at the Lakes International Comic Art Festival in Kendal, Alex Fitch talks to a quartet of Canadian comic book creators about their work. Husband and wife team Stuart and Kathryn Immonen discuss working together and apart on such Marvel comic books as NextWave, Heralds, HellCat and Fear Itself, and on their more personal projects including the webcomic Moving Pictures and their latest graphic novel Russian Olive To Red King.
In live Q and As in front of an audience, Alex also talks to Quebec based cartoonist Estelle Bachelard, who draws under the pen-name Bach, about her first graphic novel from Soaring Penguin press – It’s Hard to be a Girl – which collects her humorous autobiographical facebook strips, and to New York Times best selling author Kate Beaton about the latest collection of her webcomic Hark! A Vagrant: Step Aside Pops!, plus her children’s book The Princess and the Pony.
Panel Borders continues on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 8pm, repeated the following day at 9am.
Links: Preview of It’s hard to be a girl on the Forbidden Planet International blog and order form on Soaring Penguin website
Info about Russian Olive To Red King on AdHouse Books website
Stuart and Kathryn Immonen’s blog
Hark! A Vagrant website and Kate Beaton’s tumblr site