On this week’s episode of Off Panel, writer Si Spurrier joins the show to discuss his new Image Comics title, Angelic. Spurrier discusses what the book is all about, its lowkey all-ages nature, why the idea of genre bothers him, the book’s origins, working with Caspar Wijngaard, Jim Campbell and Emma Price, how he works on this book compared to other projects, the difficulties of the comic distribution model and ongoings, why his works are typically shorter runs, the language of Angelic, and more.
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Big thanks to my patrons, including – but not limited to – Phil Knall, Ian Maxfield, Benjamin Schipper, Maxwell Schmidt, barrystraw, Dan Lee, Scott McGovern, Nathan Fairbairn, Chris Samnee, Colin McMahon, Cat McKenzie, Lou Iovino, Christopher Carter, Nicholas Keslake, Brian Dickerson, Greg Rucka, Ryan Mayle, Adam Highfill, Nicholas Gardner, Andrew Corrigan, Fiona Staples, Chris Morris, Johan Barrander, Chris O’Hollaran, Mark Abnett, Matt Battaglia, Mike Murphy, Michael Shirley, Tom Barnett, Jim Demonakos, Norbert, Nick Lowe, James Kaplan, and Mission: Comics and Art in San Francisco. You’re all the best.
Header image is from Angelic #1, art by Caspar Wijngaard. Intro and outro music is Vulfpeck’s Outro from their album Vollmilch. Thanks to the band for letting me use the track.