My good buddy and fellow art school survivor Carrie Tupper shares her experiences working on a progressive and diverse animated series:
A definite must read:
When I think about having a discussion about comic books, I know that I just don’t stop at the books themselves. The conversation can easily turn into a debate about animation as well. Often times comic books are the inspiration for animation. In either case, diversity is always an issue. Next up on the guest blogger list: Carrie Tupper.
“You’ve got a pretty colorful crowd here. Did you check off a list or something?”
“Where are all the white people?”
This is a pretty normal response we get when people see our pitch for Kamikaze, a TV show concept that my husband, Alan and I created. See, the majority of our characters aren’t white. In fact, our core cast only has one white person in it, who also happens to be female (but that’s another discussion entirely). Because of this lack of white people we sometimes get ‘The Rainbow…
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