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My Arisia Panels [Jan. 10th, 2007|09:48 pm]
Kelly J. Cooper
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I am on THREE panels at Arisia this year.

1001, Comics: "Webcomics Creation Technology" Sat 12:00 PM, 1 HOUR

ROOM: Paul Revere A


Moderator:
- Kelly J Cooper

Panelists:
- Alexander C Danner
- Eric A Burns
- Wednesday White

Program Guide Text:
"The creating of webcomics can be done in many different ways. Some creators draw their webcomics on paper with a pencil or pen, color them, then scan the comics into their computers and post them online. Others create the comics wholly digitally, with no paper involved whatsoever. The rest use a little bit of this and a little bit of that. In this panel we'll explore some of the more popular tools and tablets of the trade."

1002, Comics: "The Best Webcomics You're Not Reading" Sat 3:00 PM, 1 HOUR

ROOM: Molly Pitcher


Moderator:
- Kelly J Cooper

Panelists:
- Eric A Burns
- Wednesday White
- Robert Balder
- The Ferrett

Program Guide Text:
"This panel was quite popular last year and this year we'll revisit the idea, with a whole new set of recommended webcomics for you to discover. There are thousands upon thousands of webcomics out there on the great big Internet. They range from wretched to wonderful; from the most mundane to the freakiest of the fantastic. We're going to discuss what we consider to be the best of the best from various genres--and we're sure to cover some you haven't heard of yet."

1000, Comics: "Webcomics Theory" Sun 12:00 PM, 1 HOUR

ROOM: William Dawes B


Moderator:
- Kelly J Cooper

Panelists:
- Eric A Burns
- Robert Balder
- Wednesday White

Program Guide Text:
"If you think the realm of comics criticism is obscure and poorly documented, wait until you hear about webcomics criticism! This nascent realm of critical theory is still working on its terminology. Come listen to the panelists discuss and refine their ideas on how to talk about webcomics in an intelligent manner."

Stop by and see us! And, if you know what's good for you, you'll come to #1002, 3pm Saturday.
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[User Picture]From: whitebird
2007-01-12 01:01 am (UTC)
Those all look pretty interesting!

Make sure to post the webcomics recommendation list again this year. :)
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[User Picture]From: kjc
2007-01-12 02:04 am (UTC)
Heh. Okey dokey!
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[User Picture]From: cos
2007-01-12 04:14 am (UTC)
Aww, the best webcomics panel looks good, but I've been scheduled for something at the same time.
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