Sep 6, 2011
ozoneocean had big plans for his trip to San Diego Comic Con to promote his comic, which basically went completely wrong in almost every way possible. He tells his story and what he did to try and recover. What could go wrong for you and what would you do?
Topics and Show Notes
The best way to recover from Plan A going wrong is to have a Plan B... but it's hard to predict what might mess up. We discuss some common ways that convention and webcomic plans go awry and some things which could be done to mitigate the pain. With conventions it's all the problems oz had: costs, merchandise and promo material not arriving, etc... and with webcomics you get things like losing collaborators, hosting going down, and so on. There's some questions you might ask yourself, and a good attitude never hurts!
By The Bard - http://www.drunkduck.com/BytheBard/
/>Strangers and Friends - http://www.drunkduck.com/Strangers_and_Friends/
Ozone's pics of San Diego Comic Con 2011 and Bianka Cosplaying Pinky TA - http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.266880223338676.96431.216343955058970
Jun 7, 2011
Just in time for convention season, this episode is about the webcomic artists' perspective on cons. We've got two seasoned vets (and a contribution from ShadowsMyst) talking about why someone should set up shop, and how to prepare!
Feb 8, 2011
Special virtual-guest VegaX (who increases the podcast's accent diversity) of the Comic Review forum joins skool and oz to talk about the topic of comic reviews and critiques, both giving and receiving.