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Old 05-29-2015, 02:39 AM   #12
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Some of these are more on the business-side of comics.

I've found the Jerzy Drozd podcasts very useful. Other creators often join the regular co-hosts as a guest, but it's less of an interview, and more of a discussion. The hosts deeply value clear language and clear thinking, so they comprehensively cover all of their topics and thoroughly explore their guests' contributions.
Comics Are Great [link]
Lean into Art [link]
Kids Comics Revolution [link]

Comfy Con [link] is an annual event for creators who enjoy networking, socializing, and sharing their expertise with their fellow creators, but wanted to avoid the downsides of a physical con. Creators hosted panels exploring the art and business of comics: you have a Kickstarter panel [link] by people who have run and fulfilled multiple 5-figure Kickstarters; panels on launching and sustaining career as an independent artist [link]; a panel on how to practice speed drawing [link].

Your Dreams, My Nightmares [link] is a much more straightforward creator interview series, featuring several noteworthy illustrators.

Dirty Old Ladies [link] is less interview, more creator discussions of the art and business of comics: publishing, kickstarters, genre discussions. The podcast will be returning with new episodes in the near future.

A Happy Go Lucky Podcast [link] is similar, but more prone to tangents.

Rachel & Miles X-Plain the X-Men [link] offers analysis of the series; it's presented as an introduction for the uninitiated, but it includes discussion of narrative choices that people familiar with the series might also enjoy.

XOXO [link] has presentations by creators including the founder of Patreon [link] discussing the genesis of the business, and on the Kickstarter fulfillment company Breadpig [link] that includes very insightful comments on community.

And then there's this great list of recorded Panels from ECCC & other cons. [link]
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