Gene Luen Yang stops by to talk about penciling, and why it's sometime necessary to look at things from different perspectives—both in comics and in life.
Gene Luen Yang stops by Book Riot Comics to discuss what it takes when he researches a story for his comics.
Gene Luen Yang discusses the difficulty of finishing projects.
Gene Luen Yang discusses colorists, and why he doesn't color his own comics.
Jamie discovers that anti-superheroes have a more solid place in her heart than many superheroes.
Children's graphic novels are leading the way for mainstream recognition of the literary merit of comics.
Gene Luen Yang stops by Book Riot Comics to discuss comics lettering. Is it done by hand or on the computer? Or both?
Gene Luen Yang discusses the complexities of inking, and how this difficult process became his favorite part of making comics.
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Gene Luen Yang has an uncanny and amazing ability to breathe life into history with books like BOXERS AND SAINTS and THE SHADOW HERO.
In his latest Creativity in Progress column, Gene Luen Yang discusses the importance of thumbnail sketches in planning a comic.
Gene Luen Yang, the National Ambassador for Children's Literature, discusses how he writes comics scripts.
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Once a month, Gene Luen Yang, the National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, stops by Panels for a minicolumn on art, process, ...
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