The creators of The Joyners in 3D join Moisés and John to talk 3D comics, how they got in as fans, and the unique (lengthy) process of making their new Original Graphic Novel.
Panelists & Guests
- Josh (R.J.) Ryan (ComicBookDB, Twitter) is the co-writer of The Joyners in 3D)
- David Marquez (ComicBookDB, Tumblr, Twitter) is co-writer and the illustrator of The Joyners in 3D.
- Tara Rhymes (Twitter) is the colorist & dimensionalist of The Joyners in 3D.
- Ian Churchill created Marineman as a throwback to the fun comics he loved as a kid.
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Show Notes and Links
- This episode's Recommended Reading
- The Joyners in 3D is now available in fine comic shops everywhere, as well as Amazon. It's 140 pages of comics the likes of which you may have never seen.
- This is the only semi-useful site I could find that focuses exclusively on 3D comics.
- Marvel Knights was a huge deal when it hit, and it has directly influenced mainstream comics publishing in the years since.
- Joe Kubert's contributions to 3D comics sadly remain a bit shrouded in mystery.
- Mighty Mouse was the first 3D comic, John's first one was The California Raisins, and we all agree that Batman 3D could have been much, much better.
- ValiantVision: a decidedly odd choice.