The new all-ages graphic novel is the debut work of animators Nick Bruno, Paul Downs, and Michael Yates.
‘…a true story of a spirited young woman whose brilliant mind is caught in the grip of mental illness…’
‘ Everyone creating these books has skin in the game when it comes to what’s happening in the world around us.’
‘The young virtuoso is looking for―and finding!― inspiration wherever it hides, even in the cries of Nannerl, his sister, or the poop of his dog.’
Clement Baloup’s gorgeous and moving stories of the Vietnamese who settle in America
Reviewed: Captain Barbosa and the Pirate Hat Chase, New Life, and Things Go Wrong #1
Humanoids Comics took a very calculated approach to 2018. They’ve announced a new imprint, called H1, that looks to establish a shared superhero universe complete with on-going and limited series. They’ve expanded upon stories that already have an established presence in comics, internationally, with new entries or reprints from Jodorowsky’s Incal universe and Carthago, about […]
By Adam Karenina Sherif To celebrate twenty years of publishing in the US, French publisher Humanoids has announced a major new publishing initiative this weekend at NYCC. H1, which launches in 2019 with three ongoing and three mini-series, will be a shared science fiction and superhero universe under the supervision of Chief Creative Officer John Cassaday and freshly-minted Director of Creative Development Mark Waid. The characters and world […]
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Veteran artist/director Cassaday will help the Euro-based publisher push into the American market with announcements likely to come at NYCC.