Comics were born out of appealing to young adults, and that's coming full circle again with the modern boom of YA and middle grade comics and graphic novels. But how are they made? Comic creators Alys Arden, Amy Chu, and Yoshi Yoshitani gathered at Emerald City Comic Con 2022 to talk about that, and specifically creating characters for those, in a panel at the Seattle Convention Center.
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