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Adventures Into Digital Comics

Adventures Into Digital Comics (2006) is a documentary by Sébastien Dumesnil about the fall of the comic book industry in the 1990s and the emergence of webcomics since then. The film features interviews with various comic book and webcomic artists and authors.

Adventures Into Digital Comics
Directed bySébastien Dumesnil
Produced bySébastien Dumesnil
Robert Nichols
Written bySébastien Dumesnil
StarringJohn Barber
Leonard M. Cachola
Joe Casey
Patrick Farley
Shaenon Garrity
Cayetano Garza
Christian Gossett
Tricia Hale
Lea Hernandez
Derek Kirk Kim
Scott Koblish
James Kochalka
Jean-Marc Lofficier
Joey Manley
Scott McCloud
Tom McWeeney
Mark Pacella
Ben Raab
Chris Shadoian
Tracy White
Marv Wolfman
Jim Zubkavich
Music byMichael Webster
CinematographyBrien Longobardi
Nicole Stranz
Robert Nichols
Jeremy Blodgett
Edited bySébastien Dumesnil
Robert Nichols
Joe Constantino
Anna Dale
Sam Hare
Matt Hickney
Nick Wenger
Release date
October 9, 2006 (Tel Aviv Icon Film Festival)
Running time
96 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

Contents

CastEdit

Art ContributorsEdit

San Diego Comic ConEdit

Director Sebastien Dumesnil and Producer Robert Nichols have presented an exclusive trailer and excerpts of the film to the San Diego Comic Con audience in 2005 during a panel with interviewees from the film.[1]

ReleaseEdit

Adventures Into Digital Comics was premiered at the Tel Aviv Icon Film Festival in October 2006.[2]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Adventures Into Digital Comics is nominated for an Icon Award in the "Best Documentary Film" category.

ReviewEdit

Comic book artist Michael Netzer said that Adventures Into Digital Comics is a "marvelous documentary about comics creators and their future in the web. Excellent film that also holds a charm and appeal to non comics audiences."[3]

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2006-10-08. Retrieved 2006-11-02.
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2007-09-27. Retrieved 2012-08-02.
  3. ^ [1]

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