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Long-form comics may seem like a bigger challenge than comic strips, but they have one big advantage: an ending. When an artist sets out to write an open-ended strip-format or other non-standard comic, they could be committing to something much bigger than that, something that may change, develop and move in unexpected directions. How do creators manage a project that has no beginning or end?

In the first part of the episode, Mathieu Moyen of 6-Commando interviews Stephen Notley, creator of Bob the Angry Flower.

In the second part, Travis Shearin of Bruno Harm and Gheralf of Realm of Owls have a conversation about coming up with jokes, avoiding writer’s block, and their process of creating the next comic strip and keeping the comic going.

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