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Release Date: 04/08/2015

Episode 61 Marcus Kwame and more show art Episode 61 Marcus Kwame and more

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After a nearly 5 year hiatus Crowdfinders is BACK with Marcus Kwame, artist for The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel History.  It's been a long time so please shout out to me on the twitters @CrowdfinderPOD as I'd love to hear from you. ALSO 1. Check out my new Youtube channel, Camping in Colour (but only if you enjoy nature photography and people chilling around the campfire) 2. Check out The Black Panther Party: A Graphic Novel History  3. Check out all of Marcus's contact info too! Enjoy!

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Crowdfinders 60: Matt Hawkins show art Crowdfinders 60: Matt Hawkins

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Such a pleasure to talk to Matt Hawkins about his Kickstarter, Golgotha, his other upcoming work and the future in general. Check out his until Saturday, May 6th, 2017. At the 1:18:00 mark (One hour, 18 minutes in) I will talk about a that's impacted me personally, and how I am unhappy with the news coverage.  If you'd prefer no politics with your comics, I'd advise you to stop listening at that point.

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Crowdfinders 59, Toronto Comics Anthology show art Crowdfinders 59, Toronto Comics Anthology

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Such a pleasure to talk to Steven Andrews, Lorena Torres Loaiza and Miike about the Toronto Comics anthology.  Check out their and feel free to support the !  

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Crowdfinders 58, Brian L. Hawkins show art Crowdfinders 58, Brian L. Hawkins

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Awesome to talk to Brian L. Hawkins about his experience creating the alternative history indie comic America's Kingdom. Be sure to check out his and listen past the outro music for a bonus discussion about public education. Shout out to Brian!  

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Crowdfinders 57: Conor McCreery show art Crowdfinders 57: Conor McCreery

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Such a pleasure to talk to Conor McCreery about his IDW book Kill Shakespeare and how he brought it to print. Some really great marketing insights in this one!

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Crowdfinders 56: Sam Sattin show art Crowdfinders 56: Sam Sattin

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Such a pleasure to talk to Sam Sattin about the hard work and perseverance that it takes to make a Legend. And that is not  hyperbole, that is an accurate description of the scope of our conversation.   Shout out to Sam on the Twitter Like Legend on Check out Legend on the

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Crowdfinders 55: Mike Schneider and Me show art Crowdfinders 55: Mike Schneider and Me

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Hey Crowdfinders, this episode is all about you. Well, actually it's all about me, but it could be about you too, if you take me up on the offer and submit, as I am, to the Octal Anthology of pitch packets. I talk to Octal creator Mike Schneider about my pitch, the pitching process, and how you can pitch too. (HINT, it starts by visiting the ). So listen, learn and enjoy. 

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Crowdfinders 54: Nelson Blake and Bryan Hill show art Crowdfinders 54: Nelson Blake and Bryan Hill

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Such a pleasure to talk to Nelson and Bryan about their new Image book Romulus, secret societies and hidden conspiracies. And the cherry on top is all the free advice for creators.  

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Crowdfinders 53: Erin Berry show art Crowdfinders 53: Erin Berry

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The x-files inspired "majic" is finally here! Sign up at to get your free copy. In honour of this auspicious occasion I talk to filmmaker Erin Berry, my co-creator on this project, about the hows and whys of producing a photocomic. )  

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Crowdfinders 52: Luke Stone show art Crowdfinders 52: Luke Stone

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Such a pleasure to talk to Luke Stone, founder of the Tenacious Comics cooperative and creator of the Zombie/Hotdog Slice of life "Worst Day Ever"    Be Sure to Check out Tenacious Comics And if you're interested in getting a free copy of the the  sci-fi photocomic "majic" sign up for your copy

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This episode it was my distinct pleasure to talk with Eric Seaton, creator of the graphic novel series Legend of the Mantamaji (and award winnig television director, but he's not one to brag so I will do it for him)

 

Notes on Eric and Legends of the Mantamaji:

Television director Eric Dean Seaton’s first graphic novel series is a tale exploding with brilliant art, action-packed adventure, true-to-life characters, and a smart and twisting plotline.

Published by “And… Action!” EntertainmentLegend of the Mantamaji tells the story of Elijah Alexander, a rising Assistant District Attorney in New York who learns he is the last of a race of mystical knights called the Mantamaji, who once protected mankind. When an ancient evil is resurrected, Elijah has to learn to turn his back on everything he’s worked for, accept his birthright, and learn how to use his magical warrior abilities to defeat the greatest threat the Mantamaji ever faced—without being distracted by his grief, his anger, and one terrible betrayal.

Legend of the Mantamaji is a three-book graphic novel series whose sweeping tale of magic and mystery, heroes and villains, has a fresh look, a modern setting—and an ancient beat.

Eric Dean Seaton has directed a plethora of television episodes, music videos, and sitcom pilots since his debut directing Disney Channel’s top-rated sitcom, “That’s So Raven” in 2004, but he’s dreamt of being a comic book creator since his childhood in Cleveland, Ohio.  Eric, his wife, son and daughter live in California.  

find out more about Legend of the Mantamaji at  http://legendofthemantamaji.com/

You can see Eric’s work at www.ericdeanseaton.com 

or follow him @ericdeanseaton on Twitter.