What’s Next? Adventures in Sequential Art
Sponsored by Harry W. Schwartz Bookshops and cream city review
How many ways can you tell a story? John Porcellino (King-Kat Comics), Max Estes (Coffee and Donuts), and members of
Monday, October 15, 7pm Harry W. Schwartz Bookshop,
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Workshed Studio (Justin Riley, Alan Evans, Randy Malave, Jr) is a Milwaukee-based comic book studio. They're the guys who read too many comics, watched too much television, snuck in to too many movies and even paid attention to those books without pictures. They hope to take equal parts pop culture, social relevance and homage to the history of comics and mash 'em together into a fully enjoyable storytelling paste. They recently published Sawdust, an anthology of their work.
John Porcellino (King-Kat Comics) was born in
Max Estes (cream city review) is a Milwaukee-based graphic novelist and Comics Editor for cream city review. Top Shelf has published two of his books, Coffee and Donuts (2006) and Hello, Again (2005). Max's comics, artwork, and short stories have been published in Canada, England, Spain, and the United States in various art books and comic anthologies. He is also a part-time instructor at the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design where he teaches Illustration and Sequential Art courses.