Antony Johnston (Umbral, Wasteland) returns and joins Geoff Barrall (CEO of Drobo) to give Moisés a truly Giant-Size primer on Judge Dredd and 2000AD.
Colorist Elizabeth Breitweiser (Image's Velvet) talks about the intricacies and nature of her job, an essential role in modern comics.
PANELISTS & GUESTS
- Antony Johnston (Twitter, Tumblr, website) currently writes Umbral (which has a Tumblr and Twitter) and The Fuse. He's finishing up Wasteland.
- Geoff Barrall (About.me) runs Drobo and Transporter. They sponsor our shows, but he's only here because he's an enormous nerd with a degree in cybernetics who loves comics.
- Elizabeth Breitweiser (Twitter, deviantART, website) is an outstandingly talented colorist. She and her husband have recently taken a concerted turn into creator-owned, along with collaborators like Ed Brubaker and Steve Epting (The Winter Soldier).
EXTRAS: AFTER SHOW
- ORIGINS 15: Just a Disco Queen
- Giant Size #0.33 Required Reading: Cigar-Smoking Baby — Arthouse Cowboy
- 2000 AD (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 2000 AD Online
- Judge Dredd - Wikipedia
- Pat Mills (comics) - Wikipedia
- Brian Bolland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Mike McMahon (comics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Steve Dillon - Wikipedia
- City of the Damned (Judge Dredd story) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Judge Anderson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Judge Child - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- SDCC: IDW Enlists "Rogue Trooper" for Next "2000 AD" Adaptation - Comic Book Resources