Episode 287 | Moby Dick… But Better (with Elsa Charretier!)
I Read Comic Books
Mike and Kara are joined by special guest and comic creator Elsa Charretier to discuss her new YouTube channel, breaking down comics, and the drive of an artist. The post Episode 287 | Moby Dick… But Better (with Elsa Charretier!) first appeared on I Read Comic Books Podcast.
84. Ann Nocenti, Jim Rugg, Elsa Charretier & more (BEST OF WITS' END 2021)
Wits' End host Shah Emami look at the "best of" interviews from the past few months. (Time codes featured below.) Keep up with Wits' End Podcast: -💻My website: https://witsendpod.com/ -📺YouTube channel (SUBSCRIBE): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCwvS... -🔨Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/witsendpod -☕️Support Wits' End Podcast on Ko-fi: https://ko-fi.com/witsendpodcastwiths... Featuring interviews with: -Ann Nocenti 0:22 -Jim Rugg 2:20 -Lale Westvind 6:35 -Chris Wisnia 14:38 -Jim Mahfood/Ben Marra/Pete Doree/Geoffrey Krawczyk/Tom Scioli 19:23 -Dean Haspiel/David Moses/Ho Che Anderson 22:28 -Elsa Charretier 26:15 -Sal Abbinanti 29:31 -John & James Coats 32:05 -James Romberger 34:42 -Anya Davidson 39:31 -Nate Powell 44:01
In this week's episode of Off Panel, artist Elsa Charretier joins to chat about her new YouTube channel and Image Comics series November. Charretier discusses her curiosity, delivering good looking products, the origins of and plan behind her YouTube channel, content plans, how she sees comics, launching with the right subjects, whether she's looking to reframe her career, protecting yourself, her new Patreon, what she learned from November, very good dogs, and more.
The art of clarity through chaos: Elsa Charretier’s new YouTube show
NEWSMarvel July Solicits are here!Marvel announces 'Sinister War' series spinning out of 'Amazing Spider-Man'Marvel announces ‘Aliens: Aftermath’ #1 one-shot from Benjamin PercyMarvel kicking off ‘The Last Annihilation’ this July via Al Ewing’s Space AgeDisney and Predator breaking up?Rob Liefeld changes his mind about NFTs, Alex Ross does not. DC Comics unveils new Superman series and lineup details for July 2021DC launching horror imprint with ‘The Conjuring: The Lover’DC Comics launching ‘Blue & Gold’ #1 this July tackling superhero social mediaDC First Look: ‘Justice League Infinity’ #1 set within ‘Justice League Unlimited’New Shazam 4-part series coming this JulyDark Horse and Mattel announce ‘Masters of the Universe: Revelation’ #1Image Comics Solicits for JulyEmilia Clarke, Marguerite Bennett & Leila Leiz launching ‘M.O.M.: Mother of Madness’Image launching sci-fi/fantasy 'Ordinary Gods' July 7thDC Comics hosts Joker vs. Suicide Squad in ‘Suicide Squad: Get Joker!’Marvel Comics TEAM UP:with Viz Media team up for manga/comics collabwith ESPN team up for first-ever NBA ‘alternate presentation’ gameOur Top Books of the WeekDave:The Many Deaths of Laila Starr #1 (Ram V,, A: Filipe Andrade)Spider-Woman #11 (W: Karla Pacheco, A: Pere Perez)Nathan:Way of X #1 (W: Simon Spurrier, A: Bob Quinn)Specter Inspectors #3 (Bowen McCurdy, Kaitlyn Musto)TOP BOOKS FOR NEXT WEEKDave: The Department Of Truth #8 (W: James Tynion, A: Martin Simmonds)Nathan: Batman/Superman #17 (W: Gene Luen Yang, A: Danny Miki)JUDGING BY THE COVER JR.Dave: Spawn #317 (Bjorn Barends)Nathan: Shadowman #1 (David Mack variant)Segment: Interview: Elsa Charretier - Recently wrapped up November (vol 4) with Matt Fraction, new YouTube show, a new art book on Kickstarter. Check out her Patreon.Elsa, thank you so much for being on the AIPT Comics podcast for the second time….and congratulations on another successful Kickstarter this past September and now an official YouTube show launched too!It became clear over time your latest Kickstarter also meant upping your game as far as cameras, lighting, and post production, what went into creating a studio in your home space and was this something you’ve wanted to do for some time before the pandemic forced us all to communicate more from our homes?You’re very natural behind the camera, have you always wanted to be a host in videos and...dare I say TV some day?Your YouTube show has shown off 3 video series, book club, 10-minute layout, and case study. What made these 3 your first picks to kick the channel off?Do you have any other types of videos breaking down comics yet to be revealed?Your video breaking down Reservoir Dogs is inspired. Do you find yourself watching films and breaking them down as you did here into comics layout?Your videos range from 6 to 14 minutes in their final format, but I was curious is there many more minutes that you edit down?When you work, is there anything that gets you in the zone? Any particular movies or music that put you in the right headspace?You live in France and speak French, is there any desire to create video content for a French speaking audience?As our guru, or comics guide, do you have any goals for the show or your career, or series or projects you’ve got planned to tackle?Are there any other projects you’d like to discuss or plug today? We know you have a new art book in the works!Off-Topic Top Shelf - Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Chris Ware, puppy videos
Interview With Marvel Comic Book Artist Elsa Charretier
Books, Kids & Creations with Tracy Blom
STAR WARS FANS GET READY..... This interview will be out of this world!!! Elsa Charretier is a French comic book writer, illustrator and comic book artist who has worked on a number of Star Wars projects so far, mainly Star Wars Adventures from IDW Publishing and its spin-off mini-series Star Wars: Forces of Destiny. She often works with another French comic book writer, Pierrick Colinet. Self-taught, and after debuting on Cowl (Image Comics) in 2014, she co-created the award-winning The Infinite Loop comic book series with writer Pierrick Colinet. Since then, she has been dividing her time between creating new creator-owned books (Superfreaks) and drawing established characters. Clients include Random House (GGRM's Windhaven graphic novel), DC Comics (Harley Quinn, Starfire...), Marvel Comics (The Unstoppable Wasp), Lucasfilm, IDW Publishing, Disney, and the New York Magazine. Youtube Channel: www.youtube.com/channel/UCNGQYWmnSwhhf8wYFoicR0g
Interview With Marvel Comic Book Artist Elsa Charretier
Authors on the Air Global Radio Network
STAR WARS FANS GET READY.....This interview will be out of this world!!!Elsa Charretier is a French comic book writer, illustrator and comic book artist who has worked on anumber of Star Wars projects so far, mainly Star Wars Adventures from IDW Publishing and its spin-offmini-series Star Wars: Forces of Destiny. She often works with another French comic book writer,Pierrick Colinet.Self-taught, and after debuting on Cowl (Image Comics) in 2014, she co-created the award-winning TheInfinite Loop comic book series with writer Pierrick Colinet. Since then, she has been dividing her timebetween creating new creator-owned books (Superfreaks) and drawing established characters.Clients include Random House (GGRM's Windhaven graphic novel), DC Comics (Harley Quinn, Starfire...),Marvel Comics (The Unstoppable Wasp), Lucasfilm, IDW Publishing, Disney, and the New York Magazine.Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCNGQYWmnSwhhf8wYFoicR0g"Music: www.bensound.com"@copyright by Authors On the Air
Artist/writer Elsa Charretier returns to Wits' End! Host Shah talks to Elsa about her second artbook Kickstarter, the visual language of Akira Kurosawa's movies, reading comics outside of the mainstream and her upcoming graphic novella--November volume 4 (from Image Comics with writer Matt Fraction and colorist Matt Hollingsworth). Be sure to rate & review on iTunes! Follow Shah & the Wits’ End Podcast: Twitter: @_shahcomics Wits’ End Twitter: @witsendpod YouTube (subscribe!): Wits’ End YouTube Instagram: @shah_comics Help Wits’ End grow! (ko-fi): https://ko-fi.com/witsendpodcastwithshahemami Elsa Charretier's media: Twitter: @e_charretier Web-store (for comics!): https://www.bigheadlittlearms.com/shop 2nd artbook Kickstarter: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/elsacharretier/elsa-charretiers-artbook-2020
Episode 520 - The New Math f/ Matt Fraction and Elsa Charretier
War Rocket Ajax
The creative team behind the graphic novel series November joins us this week to talk about process, art styles, math, French geography, Guns 'n Roses, quarantine activities, audiobooks, limited color palettes, and much more! Plus, Matt and Chris take a This or That about comics history!
Matt Fraction, Elsa Charretier: November is Coming and Jimmy Olsen too
Graphic Policy Radio
November isn't just the election it's also the hit hardboiled graphic novel series from Elsa Charretier and Matt Fraction. A special commentary edition of the book is on it's way and Elsa has the scoop! Fraction and I also chatted about Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen, his series with Steve Lieber- and there are some interesting connections between the two very different works! Support the massively popular kickstarter for the November art book here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/elsacharretier/elsa-charretiers-artbook-2020If you missed my episode with Elsa this Spring definitely give it a listen for her amazing, and inspiring origin story as an artist https://bit.ly/GPRelsa For more Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen check out my interview with artist Steve Lieber. https://bit.ly/SuperPaland review: https://www.comicsbeat.com/review-jimmy-olsen-1/and if you are looking for ways to volunteer around the election or want to share show feedback I'm on twitter https://twitter.com/elana_Brooklyn
Hello Grand Geeks! We have a new episode of IndiComix with the phenomenal artist and creator, Elsa Charretier! Joining in from France, we talk to Elsa about working on The Infinite Loop from IDW and November from Image! Elsa Charretier Elsa Charretier is a comic book artist and writer. Selft taught, and after debuting on Cowl (Image Comics) in 2014, she co-created the award winning The Infinite Loop comicbook series with writer Pierrick Colinet. Since then, she has been dividing her time between creating new creator-owned books (Superfreaks) and drawing established characters. Clients include Random House (GGRM’s Windhaven graphic novel), DC Comics (Harley Quinn, Starfire…), Marvel Comics (The Unstoppable Wasp), Lucasfilm, IDW Publishing, Disney, and the New York Magazine. She is currently working on November with Matt Fraction, a series of four graphic novels. Elsa lives in the south of France. The Infinite Loop Synopsis: A science-fiction series that asks the age-old question, “What would you risk for a chance at true love?” Meet Teddy, a young woman who lives in a faraway future where time traveling is a common practice and her job is to maintain the status quo by correcting time paradoxes. But when she meets Ano, “a time paradox” and the girl of her dreams, Teddy must decide between fixing the time stream or the love of her life, both of which have unique consequences. You can buy The Infinite Loop on Comixology, Amazon, and at your local comic book shop! November Synopsis: The lives of three women intersect in a dark criminal underground. As fire and violence tears through their city over the course of a single day and night, they find that their lives are bound together by one man who seems to be the cause of it all. One night. One city. Three women. NOVEMBER: the first in a sequence of three graphic novellas by MATT FRACTION (SEX CRIMINALS, Hawkeye) and ELSA CHARRETIER (Star Wars, Infinite Loop), with colors by MATT HOLLINGSWORTH and exquisitely crafted lettering by cartoonist KURT ANKENY. November is available to buy on Comixology, Amazon, and your local comic book shop Please support your local comic book stores! The post IndiComix Ep 127 Elsa Charretier appeared first on The Grand Geek Gathering.