Karla Nappi on Creativity, Screenwriting, Comics, Marketing, and Motherhood

Karla Nappi on Creativity, Screenwriting, Comics, Marketing, and Motherhood

Karla talked to Eva about her exciting new book Duplicant, published by Second Sight Publishing. As well as some of her experiences around the creative process, storytelling, and marketing — as well as being the mother of a rambunctious creative three-year-old. This one goes to some thoughtful and interesting places.

Rachael Smith on Comics, mental health, and surviving Quarantine

Rachael Smith on Comics, mental health, and surviving Quarantine

Rachael Smith joins Eva to talk about mental health, comics, and the response to her incredibly relatable and personal memoir, Quarantine Comix. We covered the beginnings of her career, her artistic inspirations, and what it felt like to be cooped up for a year in her flat.

Joe Aubrey on comics, collaboration, capitalism, and the gig economy

Joe Aubrey on comics, collaboration, capitalism, and the gig economy

Eva and Joe talked about Space Bastards, an exciting comic published by Humanoids, as well as the intricacies of comics production, good collaborations, and how to be taken seriously as a new comics creator. Joe provides insights from his own experiences. Get the inside scoop on Space Bastards, world-building, and how the project evolved.

Abigail Harding on comics, creativity, collaborations, and quality tea

Abigail Harding on comics, creativity, collaborations, and quality tea

The incredible Abigail Harding joins Eva to talk about her experience working in comics art, and the makings of high-quality collaborations. They talked about her work doing covers for Elephantmen and Titan Comics, Yorkshire tea, and her unusually sneaky, but sort of awesome superpower. Abigail is currently working on Cry for Mercy on Comixology Originals.

Erica Schultz on working professionally in comics, teaching, breaking in, and taking the medium seriously

Erica Schultz on working professionally in comics, teaching, breaking in, and taking the medium seriously

Legendary comics writer Erica Schultz sits down with Eva to talk about the realities of working in comics, teaching comics, the mechanics of storytelling, and how to break into the industry. Erica provides her years of first-hand experience and technical insights as sort of a roadmap for new creators. Join us for one of the most interesting and inspiring episodes of Titular Characters to date!