Ignorant Bliss 44: Ronald Wimberly 5 & why comics needs to stop solicited Spec artwork

So a few weeks back Ron posted a piece of writing on Tumblr called “Stop doing spec pages: Why DC, Marvel, Boom etc. should pay you for your test pages.” He wrote about how the Majors of the comic book industry shouldn’t solicit free spec pages from artists they might want on their comics. We talk that and some of the discussion it caused in some places online. We go into more comic business ethics talk and identity within the culture of comics. There are some tangents on film and television.

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Links: http://ronaldwimberly.com/ @raynardfaux | Twitter @ronaldwimberly | Instagram http://d3-14.tumblr.com

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Music in this episode: You Are Luhhh – Frank Ocean I Got The Keys – DJ Khaled featuring Jay-Z and Future No Problem – Chance the Rapper featuring 2 Chainz and Lil’ Wayne THat Part – Schoolboy Q featuring Kanye West 4PM in Calabasas – Drake All Nite – Clams Casino featuring Vince Staples Lockjaw – French Montana featuring Kodak Black

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