A Castle In England is the latest in multi-faceted explorations of the history behind single structures, having been preceded by Chris Ware’s Building Stories, Richard McGuire’s Here, and Vincent Mahé’s 750 Years In Paris. It might be more structurally straightforward than any of these, offering brief slices from real events with the comics section bringing […]
It’s that time of year when we start thinking about NEXT year, and publishers nveil their schedules. And few unveilings are as pretty as those from Nobrow—their books are routinely gorgeous and display a level of artistry few other publishers can match. ANd next year’s line-up (through August) are as gorgeous as you’d expect. Among the goodies: a full color expansion of Sam Bosma’s award winning Fantasy Basketball, and the print debut of Jen Lee, whose webcomics Thunderpaw we’ve long been fans of. The latter is part of a relaunch of Nobrow’s 17X23 line of “pamphlets”—24 pages long and priced at $5.95. The line also includes two french full length graphic novels. Definitely some good reading to come.