The Peninsula Libraries Comic Arts Festival (PLCAF) kicks off Feb. 2 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Foster City with a small press expo and keynote by Kazu Kibuishi. Ryan North, Svetlana Chmakova and Jason Shiga are scheduled to appear later in the month. All it took was an idea. Two San Mateo County […]
by Nancy Powell [CALA kicks off its fifth edition today at the Homenetmen Ararat (Elevate Fitness Complex) at 3000 Dolores St. Los Angeles 90065. It is free to attend, with featured guest Ronald Wimberley. Art by Hellen Jo.] When cartoonist and illustrator Angie Wang first approached pal Jen Wang (The Prince and the Dressmaker) about organizing […]
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. […]
Tons of fascinating and fresh comics will debut at Comic Arts Brooklyn this Sunday.
The indie comics circuit is in high action mode this month, as the crowd moves over to Leed in the UK for Thought Bubble, the UK’s largest comic art festival. This year’s special attraction is Warren Ellis, making his first comics fest appearance in 10 years. According to the PR more than 500 creators from around the […]
Change in direction at VanCAF
Some TCAF 2018 notes from Philippe Leblanc
Men in comics – just a fad or important new voices in the comics medium?
And your 2018 Doug Wright Awards Winners are…
I’m in Toronto for TCAF and I’m trapped in a hotel room with bags and bags of maple bacon potato chips. Oh, Canada! Yesterday it was the Librarian-Educator Conference, and Word Balloon Academy and you can actually listen to my deeds and those of Brigid Alvelson, Deb Aoki, Erica Friedman and Johanna Draper Carlson […]