Masters of Webcomics: Silicon Valley Comic Con Wrap-Up

Masters of Webcomics
Masters of Webcomics
Masters of Webcomics: Silicon Valley Comic Con Wrap-Up
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In which the recent Silicon Valley Comic Con SVCC is dissected in a post mortem examination. We reveal that it was a hugely entertaining family event, that was very well put together by its organizers and promoted by its celebrity guests.

Former podcast guests, Shaenon Garrity and Amber Greenlee join hosts Adam Prosser and Chuck Whelon for this panel discussion. Amber gives feeble excuses for failing to appear on the “Maters of Webcomics” panel at the show, and suffers a detailed blow-by-blow account of the proceedings from Chuck. As usual, Shaenon is witty and on point – when not being distracted by her parenting duties, that is. Adam’s big giant head is reminisced over, and the pros and cons of cons are discussed. Chuck reveals that Stan Lee is his nemesis.

Strange noises provided by Robin.

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Links:

Shaeneon Garrity: http://www.shaenon.com

Amber Greenlee: http:/www.panel2panel.com

Chuck Whelon: http://www.whelon.com

Adam Prosser: http://www.adamprosser.ca

The Webcartoonist’s Song written & performed by webcartoonist Owen Dunne: http://www.youdamnkid.com

About the author

I am an internationally published author and cartoonist. I am the creator, artist and writer of "Pewfell", a semi-autobiographical, epic fantasy sit-com that began it’s life on the interweb back in the early 2000’s.

I have created a large number of children's puzzle and activity books for various publishers, I also designed and illustrated the comic boardgame "Legitimacy" published by Minion Games, and have illustrated a number of other boardgames for Minion.

I am also known as the cartoonist for Goodman Game's 'Dungeon Crawl Classics' Role Playing Game. I am also the author of a puzzle book for kids called 'Wizard Pickles'--if you would like to publish it, let me know!

In my previous life, Chuck worked as an art director in the advertising world but I promises that I won’t do it again.

I was born and raised near the Basingstoke roundabout, but now live in San Francisco, CA.