#19 Evan Waterman

Evan Waterman is a full stack developer with a degree in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia and a graphic novelist.

He is currently working on: ‘My Guide for taking a comic from start to finish’

Which is available on google docs:

He also offers a preview of his in development graphic novel ‘More Than Men.’ on his personal site:

Follow updates on his work by following him twitter on @Evan_Waterman

and  Facebook:


His influences include:

Alan Moore’s Watchmen and V for Vendetta.


Alex Ross’ work in ‘Kingdom Come”


“Rising Stars”

His Read list includes:

Scott McCloud

Will Eisner

Drawing Words and Writing Pictures



Additional notes taking from our conversation:

Camera Panda – A playlist of the entire “writing for science fiction and fantasy” university course taught by Brandon Sanderson.

Strip Panel Naked – Tips and advice through the analysis of mainstream comics.

Writing Excuses – A weekly podcast hosted by well known, published writers. Though it’s designed for novel writers, it’s still jam packed with helpful info for writers of all kinds.


Comix Launch – Amazing resource that primarily focuses on Kickstarter and marketing for comics.


Huge archive of comic scripts

Here’s where he found his artist by the way:



Follow me on twitter @bryaiello for updates on this channel and my podcast and my writing projects.

My website is

Email questions and comments to

Support the show on my poorly managed patreon here:

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Published by Bryan

I am an army vet, husband, and father of twins, I am currently working on my next publication, a collection of military fiction, and next year will be publishing an apocalyptic science fiction novel. My urban noir novel, "Compounded Interest," can be purchased on Amazon. I host a podcast on creativity called Origin: Stories on Creativity and co-host the soon-to-be-released show on speculative fiction called Mirage with fantasy author R. Emma Hardcastle. My youtube channel is: The Origin podcast feed is: For updates on "Mirage" and future publications follow me on twitter: @bryaiello More of my short fiction can be found at: My amazon author page is:

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