Rebecca Sugar on image repertoire in comics & animation

On April 3, 2016, Rebecca Sugar held a panel during the MoCCa Arts Festival in Manhattan, NY for a lucky group of 85 fans.

In part five of eight videos, Rebecca mentioned some famous musicians that may be singing on “Steven Universe” soon, and the importance of the diverse music used in the show.

Sugar also discussed one of her early comics called “Don’t cry for me, I’m already dead” which is about two friends who relate to each other using Simpsons quotes, and why the visual language of image repertoire is important for her and vital to art.

To see the full panel in one video, head to this link here

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