Process Party – Episode 64 – Jason T Miles!

Study Group Comics has a podcast! Join hosts Zack Soto (Secret Voice, Power Button) & Mike Dawson (Rules For Dating My Daughter, Troop 142) as they discuss their own creative processes, comic art, family life, and a ton of other stuff.

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This episode: Jason T. Miles!

This week on Process Party, we talk to Profanity Hill impresario, Fantagraphics Editor, and cartoonist Jason T. Miles! Jason joined Zack a couple weeks ago to talk about Zanardi for our Best of 2017 episode, and they ended up having a long ramblin’ conversation before they even got to talk about that book. So here we have their chat, which dives fairly deep into the inspirations and themes of his new series EIGHTY-SIX. Topics covered include Masculinity (Toxic or otherwise), Sobriety, COPRA, Marvel trading cards, Comic shops in the 80s & 90s, Zanadu Comics in Seattle in 2018, The Death of Superman, the art of tidying up, Self-loathing, raising the next generations, and the comics of the black and white glut.

 

PS: DON’T FORGET! We’ve finally launched our super cool Process Party Patreon! If you enjoy the pod and want to help support us in what we do, now is your chance to kick in. There’s a few reward tiers available, including the low low $1/month, but if you subscribe at the $3/month level, you will get access to an exclusive Patreon-only weekly podcast feed! That’s a whole extra podcast for less than 1$/episode of the main feed!

If the main Process Party podcast is like being in the mix chatting with cartoonists at a convention party, Process Party: Real Talk is the afterparty, when the walls come down and the real talk, advice and gossip flow freely!  Every week we ask our guests to impart a little *extra* bit of wisdom, some nuts & bolts how-to info or philosophy, and of course a heavy dose of every cartoonist’s number one concern: GETTING PAID IN COMICS! These minisodes contain exclusive content not included in the regular podcast!

Our guests come from a variety of backgrounds and places in their careers, and they all have advice for you. From how to mentally balance comics and day-jobs, to nuts and bolts advice about turning comics panels into cold hard cash. Hear exclusive tidbits about the industry, insider stuff that’s 🔥 too hot🔥 to include in the public podcast, and more.

If you really love the pod, you can sign up for the $5/month level and get everything in the lower tiers, but we also release an After Party mini-sode every Monday afternoon where Mike & Zack will review the stuff they are reading or watching at the moment! What did they think of that one movie about the people or place? What cool old/new comics are they digging on this month? This is a mainline fix of our patented jibba-jabba.

Episode 26 of Real Talk is with Sarah Horrocks! Get in on the ground floor of the Process Party Patreon and make sure you don’t miss an episode of Real Talk! Real Talk updates every Thursday only for Patreon subscribers.

 

Also: Episode 06 of Process Party After Party is up!
After Party is our weekly jibba jabba podcast for 5$/month subscribers! The focus may shift slightly here and there, but the idea is basically that we’re gonna get together and talk about the books, movies or comics that we’ve both been reading. Some things we have both seen, and some things we’re recommending to each other (and you!).
EPISODE 06:   The End Of The F**king World / More Nintendo Switch / Mike’s Gaming Lyfe
After Party updates every Monday only for Patreon subscribers. 


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