Last night, I had the distinct pleasure of being asked by Nick Marino to participate as a guest on the latest AudioShocker Sequential Underground podcast, which has gone live today. We spoke at length, covering lots of ground about intellectual property and litigation and how these matters pertain to independent comics creators. This was my very first time speaking on a podcast, and it was a lot of fun, and will hopefully be informative not just to comics creators, but anyone hoping to C.Y.A. when it comes to legal matters and their creations.
Just as a side note, I always find it funny when I'm asked to participate in more formal discussions like this one, and I'm able to tap into the areas of my brain that make me sound like I really know what I'm talking about! Mind you, I've had my fair share of experiences with litigating over comic-book properties (more on that in the podcast) so I like to think I know what I'm talking about. But there were a couple of times when Nick and Shawn posed questions that I responded to with answers far more eloquent than I would have presumed I was capable of.
And mind you, I love myself. So we'll chalk that up to Nick and Shawn's mad podcast skillz.
Anyway, go check it out!