The discussants covered a lot of ground on the panel, so much so that the session lasted longer than its scheduled hour. Andy Mansell kept the conversation flowing, posing a series of questions regarding the formation, the benefits, and the liabilities of a comics canon, and there was healthy response from the audience.
A note about the sound quality of this recording: About 10 1/2 minutes into the panel recording, there is a slight break that cuts out around 30 seconds of the session. This is because the convention’s sound technicians momentarily stopped the recording device so as to hook it up to the room’s sound system, which would provide cleaner recording. Also, questions and comments from both Andy Mansell and the audience might not be as clear, at times, and this is because they didn’t have microphones to target their voices.
Much thanks to Shawn Daughhetee for providing the panel photograph!
Be sure to check out the guys’ other recordings from this year’s HeroesCon:
- On Location: Talking with Creators at HeroesCon 2016
- Episode 193: Live at HeroesCon 2016
- Comics Alternative Interviews: Miss Lasko-Gross and Kevin Colden
Get your copies of the titles discussed on the panel: