James Romberger and Jim Woodring in conversation – plus a Comic Arts Brooklyn report.
§ Nice Art: If you were wondering if Robert Hack – co-creator of the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina comic – drew the titles for the hit Netflix show, well, yes he did, Der, and he shared the seven new ones he did on the tweets: pic.twitter.com/rAgEeK63wz — Robert Hack (@Robert_Hack) November 7, 2018 § […]
Here’s the second part of our epic list of new books debuting at today’s Comic Arts Brooklyn show at Pratt. More info on the show here. You can find Part 1 of the debut list here. BTW many book are debuting we didn’t even get to including books by Nicholas Gurewitz and the Silver Sprocket crew. […]
With the Fall 2018 issue of the Park Slope Reader this past October has come a new installment of the beautifully drawn, historically-tinged, fantasy mystery Tales of the Night Watchman: The Ghost Train. The Night Watchman returns with the hard work of writer Dave Kelly, artist Simon Fraser, colorist Gary Caldwell… The story of the phantom […]
Tons of fascinating and fresh comics will debut at Comic Arts Brooklyn this Sunday.
It is time for our sort of annual look at all the news books coming out at this year’;s Comic Arts Brooklyn fest. Feast your eyes on the wonders and beauties of what’s coming up! There are so many great books we’ve had to divide the debuts into several posts. And please note, some of […]
Tomorrow it’s Comic Arts Brooklyn, wrapping up the New York City convention season with a indie and art comix extravaganza. This year the show moves to Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, a much larger venue for both exhibits and panels. The Activities Resource Center where the exhibitors are set up is “literally the second-largest room in all […]
§ Nice Art: Indie comics festival Comic Arts Brooklyn 2017 has a poster (and Guests: Chris Ware, Jules Feiffer and Emil Ferris.) And the poster is by Emil “My Favorite Thing is Monsters” Ferris. V. cool. § Like everyone on earth, I have a Google news alert set to my name, and lately it’s been […]
It looked a little rocky there for a while, but, Comic Arts Brooklyn is back at the Mt. Carmel Gymnasium, 12 Havemeyer St. in Williamsburg tomorrow. In past years this was a somewhat bigger blowout, but the stripped down art shows/comics mart/animation program schedule sounds just fine, and from the looks of things, there will be […]
After some deliberation, it’s official that there will indeed be a Comic Arts Brooklyn festival this year, to be held on November 5 at its usual spot, the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel church in Williamsburg.