In Celine Loup’s Graphic Novel THE MAN WHO CAME DOWN THE ATTIC STAIRS From BOOM! Studios, a Young Mother Fear the Relentless Horror That Haunts Her Home
The A GIRL IN THE HIMALAYAS cartoonist crafts a narrative about discovery, vengeance, and redemption at the dawn of a new era
EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: BOOM! Studios presents A Modern Tale of Single Motherhood, Romance and Renewal in Margaux Motin’s PLATE TECTONICS
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Boom Studios has gone to the French comics well for another charming autobio comic about navigating life and love. PLATE TECTONICS: AN ILLUSTRATED MEMOIR is by Margaux Motin, whose work is widely known in France. Due in June 2019, the book follows post-divorce Margaux’s life at 35 as she negotiates single motherhood and work while still trying to ease […]
Cartoonist David Jesus Vignolli got some notice for his debut GN A Girl in The Himalayas, earlier this year, and he’s just announced a new book for August 2019: New World. Publisher Boom/Archaia describes it thusly: The discovery of the Americas forever changed the landscape of the world as cultures collided with violent consequences. But there’s […]
A new original graphic novel by a legendary creative team that’s the sequel to one of the most controversial movies of all time?
Check out a gorgeous trailer for Royden Lepp’s epic comic RUST, put together by the cartoonist himself
Have I ever told you I love http://afuchan.tumblr.com/? Maybe I have but let’s say it again: I love Afu Chan! His art has the popular post-Moebius line mixed with action packed layouts and weirdly angled figures that are just irresistible and his character designs are gorgeous. It’s surprising he hasn’t gotten a lot more attention, but his output has been rather limited. I loved his work on Spera and his illustrations, and now he’s back with HaloGen, written by Spera’s Josh Tierney ; Giannis Milonogiannis (Prophet, Old City Blues) is a co-creator of the series and contributes covers.
Writer/Artist/Creator Jorge Corona gives us a lot to chew on in issue one of his new series Feathers: there’s a disembodied duo who appear only in voice over; a gleaming white-walled citadel surrounded by poorer districts and a class system to match; a faceless, whistling villain who preys on children and never forgets his muffler; and, of course, a little boy covered in the feathers that gives the book it’s name.