The Fountain of Youth

This weekend’s Intervention! I’ll be tabling at the show on Saturday (Table #59), but I’ll also be on hand participating in a few panels. Here are a few I’m planning to be in, along with their descriptions. (Here’s the complete programming for the show with room assignments, etc.)

Back In My Day: The Webcomic Veterans Panel: Saturday 2PM

This panel is comprised of webcomic artists and creators who’ve been doing their work (of some sort, not necessarily just one comic) for at least seven years or more. They will grouse about the “good old days” and tell you youngsters to get off their yard. They might also tell you something that might “learn you” something.
Panelists: Krishna Sadasivam, Fred Gallagher, Barb Fischer

Finding Your Niche: Targeting Your Comic To An Audience: Saturday 7PM

If you want to make your comic into a real business, you need to think like one. Who’s the target audience for your comic? What do those people want and how are you fulfilling their expectations? What if you can’t figure this out? This panel will talk about how you can analyze your comic property from a business perspective and determine how to proceed to get more traffic/sales for your work.
Panelists: Krishna M. Sadasivam, David Willis, Darren Gendron

If you’re in the area, I hope you’ll stop by. There will be PLENTY of excellent programming for the event. Going to SPX? No worries – there’s a joint promotion going on between both shows.

Times for each event is TBD. I’ll update this info as I get it. Thanks!

P.S. I chat with Jerzy Drozd about Intervention, the Mighty Orbots and more on today’s Art & Story Extreme.


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  • Jim JReply
    September 9, 2010 at 10:10 am

    Is the resemblance to Natasha from Bullwinkle intentional, or am I imagining it?

  • KrishnaReply
    September 9, 2010 at 4:52 pm

    any resemblance is purely coincidental. (I didn’t intend her to look like Natasha)

  • Jim JReply
    September 9, 2010 at 5:07 pm

    You do see it now though, right?

    • KrishnaReply
      September 9, 2010 at 5:12 pm

      Aye, I do now. ;-)

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