In 2019 they’ll be releasing the The Druillet Library and The Bilal Library, collecting rare and out-of-print classics.
Flame Con will return to Manhattan and the Sheraton New York Times Square Hotel for its fifth year in 2019. The 2018 installment saw a record attendance of over 7,000 people according to Geeks OUT, the organization that has been putting on this inclusive con since its Brooklyn debut in 2015.
We’ve got ten pages of Interior art from the English translation of Enki Bilal’s Exterminator 17.
The sequential art of comics is by design a participatory experience, one that co-creates meaning between panel and reader. Our minds fill in the action between panels, imbuing them with movement, voice-overs, and emotion that complete the animation begun within the still frames of the artist and script of the writer. It seems a natural fit, […]
Art reveal of the sumptuous graphic novel Emma G. Wildford, a tale of ” loss, determination, heartache, and self-discovery.”
Today the comics community at large mourns the passing of legendary artist Carlos Ezquerra whose work co-creating Judge Dredd for 2000 AD defined that magazine through over 40 years of publishing and coalesced the modern British comics movement.
In its fourth year, Flame Con continues to be a haven for diverse voices among indie creators, artists and the fans that love them.
A Kickstarter campaign launched to turn the Minky Woodcock comic about a prohibition-era gumshoe into an immersive theater production ends a week from today.
Heidi MacDonald moderates Statix Press: Bringing the Best of the World’s Comics to a U.S. Audience on Thursday, July 19 at SDCC
We’ve got a slew of mind-bending preview pages from Salammbô, from legendary Franco-Belgian comic artist Philippe Druillet, due out this November.