Ezra Weisz: Hawk Moth would go like: *impersonating Hawk Moth* “Oooooh, someone’s moderating a panel. And the audience isn’t being responsive. That must hurt his feelings.” Or something like- you do it, you would do it better!”
Keith Silverstein: “How about…” *impersonating Hawk Moth*
Pretty sure this is the only vid with the casts’ reaction to my question. Grateful to my friend and fellow cosplayer Angela for recording this for me. They all seemed so engaged, and I would have missed it if not for this vid.
Continental Art Deco Bronze Panel, circa 1925 Depicting the Roman god Mercury with winged sandals. Removed in the 1960’s from an Art Deco building in London where it was in situated over the lift doors.
You’ve heard the warnings: Zika is coming. There are a slew of guidelines for pregnant women, but how should the rest of us prepare for the arrival of this virus? What can science tell us about the Aedes mosquito that spreads Zika? And what steps are being taken to halt mosquito-borne viruses? In this podcast, a panel of experts discuss the latest plan of attack for dealing with this major disease threat.
Ignorant Bliss 45: David Brothers x Ron Wimberly SDCC Spotlight on Ronald Wimberly Panel
Ignorant Bliss Podcast
So last week I was at San Diego comic con and there while getting to meet people I haven’t known before I got to see old friends. A good thing while there is that I got get a couple of panels recorded. The first one of these is the Spotlight on Ronald Wimberly ( @d-pi ) panel moderated by David Brothers ( @iamdavidbrothers ). Both are the homies and been guests on this show. Check out the programming information below.
“For the past 14 years, Ronald Wimberly has been telling stories that pair his world view with his strong storytelling instincts, resulting in works like the Eisner Award-nominated Lighten Up and The Prince of Cats, his collaborations with brands like Nike and Mishka, and even designing for animation like Black Dynamite. Wimberly will share his perspective on designing stories, agitprop and the politics of aesthetics, culture and appropriation, the importance of iconoclasm and why he suspects he’ll never work for Marvel or DC again. Moderated by David Brothers.”