SDCC 2012: DC Comics: From Concept to Page

SDCC 2012: DC Comics: From Concept to Page

By dce_publisher Friday, July 13th, 2012

The heart of comic book creation may be great writing and vivid art, but that’s hardly all there is to it. So what does it take to create a new comic from beginning to end? How many steps to the process are there? And where do one creator’s contributions end and the next one’s begin? You’re about to find out. For very first time, DC has assembled the entire creative team behind one of its most popular comics—The Flash—to discuss comic creation, from concept to page.


Joining moderator John Cunningham alongside the podium in room 6DE are group editor Matt Idelson, Editor Brian Cunningham, co-writer and artist Francis Manapul, co-writer and colorist Brian Buccellato and more!


From initial concept all the way to finished page, in the space of one Comic-Con panel. But if you’re not here, don’t sweat it. You can follow all the action below:

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