This week on Off Panel, artist Ryan Stegman returns to the show for a special episode breaking down his personal power rankings of varying subjects important to him. Stegman discusses his favorite artists growing up, his most surprising influences, the Malice in the Palace, his personal Mount Rushmore of comics, the artists he’d steal the powers of, the most important meals of the days, his favorite projects, and more. It’s a bit different for Off Panel, but I hope you enjoy it.
You can find Stegman on Twitter and his work in the upcoming Venom series he’s doing with Donny Cates.
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Header image is from Venom #1, art by Ryan Stegman. Intro and outro music is Vulfpeck’s Outro from their album Vollmilch. Thanks to the band for letting me use the track.