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Click to Tweet: Sean Izaakse shares his comic book journey on Comics Manifest!

 

May all your dreams but one come true.

 

Welcome to episode 116 of Comics Manifest. On this episode I am thrilled to introduce our featured guest today, South African cartoonist and illustrator, Sean Izaakse.

 

If you follow Marvel Comics you are probably familiar with his work, he is the current artist on Uncanny Avengers and he is also the co-creator of the comic book series Stray (with writer Vito Delsante).

 

Sean’s creative journey starts, like most cartoonists, very early in his life. His love for the comics medium and super heroes stayed with him throughout childhood and his desire to create and make comics about the heroes he grew up loving only grew stronger.

 

In this interview Sean reveals what he did to make his dream a reality, how he looked at each opportunity as a step toward his goals, how simply connecting with other creators can create doors for you, and what Sean does when the stress of creating content becomes overwhelming.

 

This is an incredible interview, I’m so happy that I got the chance to connect with Sean and if you want to see more of his work, check out the links below and start following his work online.

 

So in the words of Sean, may all your dreams but one come true, and get ready for Comics Manifest episode 116 with Sean Izaakse.

 


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Click to Tweet Listen to Aya Kakeda share her creative journey on Comics Manifest

 

I’m a believer of, if you’re doing something good now, the future will just reveal itself.

 

I am so excited to bring you this conversation with the incredible, Aya Kakeda. I was introduced to Aya through Sara Varon and once I discovered her work, I couldn’t get enough. Aya has developed a style and story telling ability that will grab you and keep you wanting more and in this interview Aya and I dive deep into her development as an artist. From her early childhood, being surrounded by tradition to traveling halfway around the world and feeling like an alien on another planet, Aya talks all about her passion for creating things, what influenced her and how her inclined behavior of getting bored with things easily became one of her greatest assets.

 

This is a fantastic conversation and if you want to see more of Aya’s work you can check out the links down below.

 

This is a great one, episode 115 with Aya Kakeda.

 


 

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Click to tweet: Natalia Batista shares her journey and inspires creators on Comics Manifest

 

Your success isn’t measured by the success of your art.

 

Hey Dream Team, welcome back to comics manifest and I am so excited to bring you this interview with Swedish cartoonist, Natalia Batista.

 

Natalia is the creator of the comic series, Sword Princess Amaltea and Mjau! and has been creating comics since she was young. In this interview we talk about what she did to chase her dream, the secret to growing as a creator, the most important breakthroughs she made in her career so far, and how she stays excited and motivated to create.

 

Natalia shares with us her journey in the world of comics/manga and with her experience as a teacher at Sweden’s most prominent comic arts schools, gives new creators the insight they need to keep their passion for creating alive.

 

So get ready for this one Dream Team, episode 114 with Natalia Batista!

 


 

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Click to tweet comic book writer Vito Delsante dives deep on Comics Manifest

 

You have to have experienced something real.

 

Welcome back to comics manifest, this episode we have a very special guest, comic book writer Vito Delsante!

 

Vito is a comic book writer who has written for books including, Batman Adventures, Superman, Scooby Doo and more! Vito is also the writer and co-creator of the comics series, Stray, The Golden Guard, and The Purple Heart.

 

During this episode Vito and I go deep into creativity, what it takes to create something that will move someone, following dreams, the secret to keeping your passion for your craft alive, and more.

 

So get ready for this one Dream Team, this is about a 2 hour conversation and it is incredible.

 


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Click to tweet Jessica Abel talks about getting your work done on Comics Manifest

 

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You can have that control

 

There is a certain struggle that many creatives face in this day and age, the thing I’m talking about is the struggle to get things done. In this episode I bring on the expert to talk about what we can do to address, measure, and manage our productivity.

 

Eisner Award winning cartoonist, author, and educator Jessica Abel (La Perdida, Drawing Words and Writing Pictures, Mastering Comics) joins me to talk about getting your work done. And, Jessica is the perfect person to talk about this, not only has she written multiple books on creativity and created a podcast series that addresses storytelling but she has been exploring her own productivity and getting better at it for years.

 

Do you feel like something is stopping you from getting your work done, feel overwhelmed, not good enough, anxious? This episode might be something you’re looking for.

 

Also, if you feel like diving deeper into productivity Jessica has courses, blog posts, and videos all on her website that will help you discover what you can do to do the work you want to do instead of just talking about it. Link below

 


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