It’s kinda comics for the people involved. TRIP CITY is a new art salon/web site that features many Brooklyn-based creative peeps including cartoonists. PR below.
Archives for October 2011
The ULYSSES SEEN artist passes along a poster he made for a Philadelphia theater company. “Their programming this year includes an old Radio show (with local actors and a foley sound-effects artist) as well as a dramatic-yet-hillarious reading from TOMB OF DRACULA #10. Great fun for all ages and, as you can see, something I really enjoy taking part in,” Berry writes.
Monsterverse presents another anthology, FLESH AND BLOOD a four-book new series of mature horror graphic novels written by Robert Tinnell and illustrated by Neil D. Vokes. Book One has a cover by Dan Brereton.
Continuing his pageant of quirky heroes and bizarre adventures, Ted McKeever has a new three-issue miniseries coming out this January called MONDO. The story deals with Catfish, a chicken-farm worker who gains strange powers and takes on even stranger foes. We’re sold.
When he isn’t making TV shows for kids, John Kenn does spectacular monsters drawings on post-it notes.
They don’t make ’em like they used to.
To celebrate the season, Boom! Studios has launched one of its comics as a webcomic, DRACULA: THE COMPANY OF MONSTERS by Kurt Busiek, Daryl Gregory, Scott Godlewski, and Damian Couciero. To start off with, the webcomic is serializing the print version, but then will start running new material.
More spooky webcomic from Tor.com. This one is by Jim Ottaviani and Sean Bieri and it’s about ZOMBIE KITTENS.
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Quite a few holiday-themed strips are up at Johnson’s EXTRA-LIFE webcomic.