Pop Culture Hounding Emma Rios, Alison Sampson & David Lafuente Live From DICE…With Drinks

By Chris Thompson

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DICEimageFollowing on from last week's episode 'live' at the pub with the hilarious Gerry Duggan (which you can still listen to here), this time I'm back with artists Emma Rios, Alison Sampson & David Lafuente for the insightful European Influence in American Comics panel from last weekend's Dublin International Comic Expo (aka D.I.C.E.)

The discussion starts on the convention panel with Emma, Alison, David and myself – then continues later on back at the hotel over a few drinks. What starts as an exploration of the European Influence on American Comics quickly becomes a fascinating journey into art, identity, culture, and the labels society can place on you. I promise you've never heard a panel quite like this before!

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Chris Thompson Twitter: @popculturehound
Orbital Comics' website: www.orbitalcomics.com

Emma Rios' Twitter: @emmartian
Emma Rios' Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/steinerfrommars

Alison Sampson's Twitter: @itsthatlady
Alison Sampson's Tumblr: alisonsampsonart.tumblr.com

David Lafuente's Twitter: @srDAVIDLAFUENTE
David Lafuente's website: www.davidlafuente.com

Big Bang Comics' Twitter: @TheBigBang_
DICE (Dublin International Comics Expo) Twitter: @DICEInfo
DICE (Dublin International Comics Expo) website: dublincomicexpo.com

About Hannah Means Shannon

Editor-in-Chief at Bleeding Cool. Independent comics scholar and former English Professor. Writing books on magic in the works of Alan Moore and the early works of Neil Gaiman.

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