Mon, 9 March 2015
Brian Defferding stopped paying attention in class and drew comics since he was 14 years old. Many detentions later he somehow managed to graduate from Appleton East High School in 1995, and attended Winona State University for two years, then realized “Why the heck am I getting a degree that has use in this world, I should major in fine arts and squander my savings in debt like the rest of America!” and transferred to Minneapolis College of Art and Design in 1998 and graduated in 2001. It was in 2001 where he started the first pages of his gothic horror comic story “School” for his senior project. After moving back to his hometown in Wisconsin, he picked up where the first few pages left off and published the first issue in June of 2005 to positive critical reviews. Since then he’s been on tour to various conventions promoting his work. He also continues to pay off his student loan.
Host Rob Matsushita is a playwright, author, and filmmaker. You can learn more about his work at IverPictures.com.
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