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Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy

Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy presented by Meltdown comics


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Acclaimed interviewer Matt Kennedy engages the industry's best writers, artists, performers, producers, taste-makers, thinkers and consultants in the type of one-on-one interviews and roundtable discussions that only an insider can get. The program is taped at Meltdown headquarters in Los Angeles and released weekly on iTunes. Matt Kennedy is the author of Pop Sequentialism and a world-renown fine art curator. He brings 25 years of experience to the only podcast that asks tough questions about taboo subjects in a professional and respectful context.

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Bernie Wrightson was comics' undisputed master of the macabre, and one of the best illustrators that the medium has ever known. The first comics Matt ever bought in a comic shop featured Wrightson covers, making Bernie the first and... more

Brian Lynch is the go-to writer for big budget children's movies. The man behind Puss in Boots, Minions, The Secret Life of Pets, and their highly anticipated upcoming sequels talks about his recurring role in the View Askewniverse,... more

After our recent episode with Autumn Rain Turkel, he and Matt Kennedy started discussing Freelance Rates–how to set them, and what is expected. So we fired up the podcast gear once more to bring you this snippet of frequently... more

Some of the most iconic images of fandom have graced movie posters. Designing key art is a career option that most people probably haven't even thought about. Autumn Rain Turkel has worked on some of the most recognizable movie, book,... more

Dian Bachar is this generation's Dick Miller, having turned in scene-stealing performances in many geek-loved films like Orgasmo, Baseketball, and Galaxy Quest. An early collaborator of South Park's Matt Stone & Trey Parker, Dian... more

Last week we talked about the new action zine scene, and this week we unleash the power and fury of Fine Art Comics and revisit the Appropriation vs. Parody debate with Dave Baker, host of the It's Pronounced Zine podcast. Get the... more

What if I told you that the most exciting work in sequential art was not happening in comics but in action zines written and illustrated by young women? Get the 411 on the new action zine scene with guest Tevy Khou on... more

What's it like to tattoo Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman? Find out from artist Katherine Brannock who spent years as a vendor in Comicon's Artist Alley before landing the gig of a lifetime in the DC Collectibles Line on this under-the-skin... more

Art Fairs along with auction houses account for most of the headline grabbing prices realized for contemporary art, but are they worth the price of admission? On this snippet of Pod Sequentialism with Matt Kennedy, presented... more

Steve Rude is a comic book legend. As co-creator of Nexus he spearheaded the first great wave of independent comics and ushered painting back into the sequential arts. He's also been a mental health advocate and mentor to... more

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