Hosted by Kris Bather and Mladen Luketin from Western Australia, ES is a weekly podcast filled with news, reviews and pop culture shenanigans. Kris (loyal superhero fan) and Mladen (manga, anime and indie defender) chat about their varying, and occasional overlapping, interests in the wonderful world of sequential art.

Paul Sizer Art

I interviewed writer/artist Paul Sizer about his latest project B.P.M for the first issue of Extra Sequential, and he continues to belt out great work. Below is a pic of Loo from Paul’s graphic novel, Little White Mouse. If you want to see more of his work, head on over to his site or his sweet DeviantART gallery.


If you happen to live near Michigan, you might also want to check out the man himself, as he takes part in a panel for Michigan comics. Details below.

Michigan Comics: Mirth, Mockery, and Mayhem From the Tri-Coastal State show at Eastern Michigan University. Paul will also have 3 pieces that will travel with the show when it goes on the road.
Here’s the info for the event:
March 31- June 5
Michigan Comics: Mirth, Mockery, and Mayhem From the Tri-Coastal State
University Gallery

Reception: Tues., March 31, 5-7 p.m.

“Michigan artists and writers have created a significant body of cartoons and comics that is distinctive for its quality, inventiveness and variety. Unprecedented in its singular focus on the accomplishments of Michigan artists, this exhibition will be comprised of editorial cartoons, gag panels, comic strips and comic book art by fifty contemporary creators in the field, providing viewers with a opportunity to see the actual artworks instead of viewing them as reproductions in newspapers, magazines and books. Included in the exhibition are works by Dave Coverly (SPEED BUMP), Cathy Guisewite (CATHY), Jim Starlin (WARLOCK) and Mike Thompson (DETROIT FREE PRESS).”

Panel Discussion
Tues March 31, 7-8:30 pm. Student Center Ballroom B
Moderated by EMU professor, Dr. Richard Rubenfeld, this symposium will feature a panel of comic professionals, including Dave Coverly, creator of SPEED BUMP and Paul Sizer creator of B.P.M.


2 responses

  1. Thanks for picking up the stories, and the nice words. Much appreciated!

    February 16, 2009 at 4:47 pm

  2. extrasequential

    No problems mate!

    February 20, 2009 at 1:25 pm

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