Jamal Igle – Guest Educator Reviews Script (Video)

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Special Guest writer/artist/animator Jamal Igle

WHEN: Tuesday: April 13: 8:00 – 9:00 PM
WHERE: YouTube & Facebook
FEATURING: Jamal Igle
HOST: Buddy Scalera
SCRIPT REVIEWED: Time Out Script V3 (PDF)


YouTube Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLNdN-l2j3M
Facebook Link: https://www.facebook.com/ComicBookSchool/posts/10159083166927836

DISCUSSION FORUM: https://create.comicbookschool.com/forums/topic/jamal-igle-reviewing-a-script-live-chat-tues-april-13th-2021-8pm/
Note: You can post questions and comments here. Our moderators will include some of the questions in the live event with Jamal.

About Jamal Igle
Jamal Igle is an American writer, comic book illustrator, editor and animation storyboard artist whose experiences have taken him all across the field of sequential arts. The 30+ year industry veteran began his career at the age of 17, when his time at the High School of Art and Design led him to a chance internship with DC Comics.

Following his passion, Igle studied at New York City’s School of Visual Arts, after which he would hone his talents in advertising agencies, small comic publishers and even the field of animation, contributing storyboards to series such as Max Steel and Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles with Sony Animation.

Entering the world of mainstream comics with a four-issue run on New Warriors for Marvel Comics, Jamal’s detail-rich pencils would come to grace the pages of G.I. Joe, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Green Lantern. He has been a series mainstay for household DC Comics names such as Nightwing, Firestorm, Zatanna and Supergirl. His run on Supergirl with fellow writer Sterling Gates is in particular credited as a major inspiration for The CW’s 2015 Supergirl television series.

A recipient of the 2011 Inkpot Award for outstanding achievement in Comic Art, Jamal currently works in the world of independent comics, lending his talent and experience to titles such as the critically acclaimed miniseries Black and his creator-owned graphic novel series, Molly Danger.

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