Netflix has released a teaser for the new HILDA animated series, which debuts on September 21st. The streaming giant had an unexpected hit in picking up the adaptation of the indie comic THE END OF THE F*CKING WORLD, and now it’s returning to the well for HILDA, originally published by Nobrow. Ready for an adventure? […]
Over the years we’ve swooned with joy over the awesomeness of the Hilda books by Luke Pearson. Pearson’s art style mixes the cute, the magical and the terrifying in a series of books that follow young girl Hilda’s journey as she encouter trolls, elves and other folk in a remote northern setting. Evidently we […]
Whaaa-at!!! When I first saw this profile of Luke PEarson in The New Yorker, I was pleased as punch. I called Pearson one of the best emerging cartoonists when I first saw his work four years ago and since then he’s definitely emerged are a best selling author. But then I got to the third paragraph with the huge news that Pearson’s Hilda series is being adapted as a 12-episode animated series set to debut on Netflix in 2018. The series will be based on the first four Hilda books, all published by Nobrow. The series will be produced by Silvergate Media (The Octonauts and Peter Rabbit.)
Millennial comics superstars Kate Beaton, Luke Pearson and Noelle Stevenson have just been announced as the first guests at this year’s SPX which will spotlight creators who have only worked in the 21st Century. So get ready to write either your 6000-word think piece or your series of tweets on what this all means.
This year’s SPX will be held September 19-20, with over 650 creators, 280 exhibitor tables, 22 programming slots and countless rollaway beds. IT’s the annual Camp Comics on the schedule and this sounds like a real watershed year.
I gotta admit, I never heard of the Charlie Mortdecai books by Kyril Bonfiglioli, but I am tickled with the covers to new editions by Luke Pearson. The Mortdecai books, originally published in the 70s, involve the comedic adventures of a shifty art dealer, and are described as Wodehouse-esque. Penguin UK is releasing the books […]
From the The Hic & Hoc Illustrated Journal of Humour vol 2: The United Kingdom. Launch party tomorrow at Gosh! in London. For US readers more info here. Lotsa great contributors including >Becky Barnicoat, Gareth Brookes, Stephen Collins, Joe Decie, Luke Pearson and Philippa Rice. English people are funny! It’s true! Heidi MacDonaldHeidi MacDonald is the founder and editor […]
The inaugural British Comic Awards ceremony was held tonight, with founder Adam Cadwell presiding. More details to come tomorrow, but here’s a list of the winners. Congratulations to all, and to all… congratulations! Steve Morrishttp://stardarkcity.wordpress.com/
By Hannah Means-Shannon Things were buzzing at the Small Press Expo even before it officially began. A crowded hotel lobby, constant chatter, and a general sense of anticipation partly due to this year’s much-hyped stellar guests, erupted in substantial lines to get onto the floor once doors opened Saturday morning. Along with the outstanding list […]