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We’ve just uploaded the next in our TBTV series of Bubscasts from 2014’s Thought Bubble convention! Footage from the first of last year’s Image Comics panels is now live, with highlights from I Is For Innovation – The Writers of Image Comics up on our YouTube channel now.
Some of Image Comics’ best and brightest writers make their home in the United Kingdom, and many more are coming to the UK each year to visit Thought Bubble! In these videos, we join them for a wide-ranging discussion about creative freedom in the new age of comics independence and their exciting new projects at Image Comics. This panel took place at 2014’s Thought Bubble convention on Saturday 15th November in the Royal Armouries’ Bury Theatre, and our panel comprised speakers Jason Aaron, Kieron Gillen, Antony Johnston, Ales Kot, Scott Snyder, and Richard Starkings, and was hosted by Publisher of Image Comics, Eric Stephenson.
As part of last year’s Thought Bubble, we were awarded a very generous grant from Arts Council England in order to allow us to take video recordings of the panels and talks at 2014’s convention, and this is the latest video recording to go live.
After the jump, you can find the videos themselves, but for a playlist of all four videos that will autoplay consecutively, please click here. Please note: Thought Bubble does not control panel content.
We’ll be uploading lots of videos to our YouTube channel throughout the year, as 2015’s Thought Bubble approaches ever closer, so make sure to subscribe to our channel so you don’t miss any! You can find Thought Bubble’s YouTube channel by clicking here.
We’d like to say a huge thank you to all the people who took part in this panel, and also to our amazing technical coordinator Jip and his wonderful team of volunteers, without whom none of this would have been possible.
Video production and editing courtesy of Michael Hoskin, please visit http://www.maekstar.com
Part 1, Image Comics and Censorship
Part 2, Richard Starkings on Elephantmen
Part 3, Do you Really Need an Editor on a Creator-Owned Book?
Part 4, Ales Kot on Music and Writing
Part 5, Scott Snyder on Working with Friends on Creator-Owned Books
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