The FCA has a ton of programming at ALA 2019.
From their website: The French Comics Association is pleased to bring acclaimed francophone and other international graphic novelists to Chicago for the American Library Association Annual Conference, “the premier global library event bringing together the newsmakers, innovators, thought leaders, and influencers in the library field, from all over the world.” The FCA recognizes the importance of […]
While we here in the capital of the world prepare for the 10th New York Comic Con, there are many other events happening around the country, and the world! One such event is le Festival international de la bande dessinée d’Alger (FIBDA), the international festival of comics of Algeria, being held from October 6-10! Via Google […]
Recently, right before BookExpo America commenced, the French Embassy sponsored an invitation-only symposium on French comics, the American market, and how both can benefit from the other. Heidi has already posted statistics and video from the event, so I’ll just post a smattering of bandes dessinées which were featured at the event. If I can a public edition […]
Titan Comics announces they will add The Quest For The Time Bird by Serge Le Tendre to their growing line of bande dessinee titles
Last week Titan Comics announced it had hired Lizzie Kaye, formerly of SelfMadeHero, to the position of editor for their European graphic novel line. We talked with Kaye within a week of her jumping on-board the Titan Comics team about her new gig and Titan’s expansion into the bande dessinée market.
The film is already a smash hit in Korea and France, the uncut dystopian thriller earning rave reviews, and in January the award-winning French comic will be published in English for the first time, thanks to Titan. Laura Sneddonhttp://www.comicbookgrrrl.com
Earlier this year, Soaring Penguin Press published the first complete English translation of Régis Loisel’s classic French series of bande dessinée, Peter Pan, a dark prequel to the JM Barrie fairy tale that pushes the boundaries of Neverland’s sinister origins. Laura Sneddonhttp://www.comicbookgrrrl.com
With the upcoming film starring Chris Evans, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, Ed Harris, Alison Pill and John Hurt due for a US/UK release in 2014 after rave international reviews, the original comic, Le Transperceneige, is due for publication as Snowpiercer on January 29. Laura Sneddonhttp://www.comicbookgrrrl.com
Snowpiercer opened in South Korea earlier this month to rave reviews and box-office breaking sales. But the 126 minute film, based on popular bande dessinée Le Transperceneige and starring Chris Evans, is to be cut by a whopping 20 minutes for the eventual English language release – removing the intelligence and leaving a simplified action film […]