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A year of free comics: “Your Comment Here” by Boulet, a...

  You could do a whole year of nothing but comics by French webcomic master Boulet. Using the web format itself as a storytelling device -...

Boulet and Carol Tyler win 2016 Cartoonist Studio Prizes

Oh but look! Slate's Cartoonist Studio Prize 2016 winners for 2016 have just been announced and they are Boulet and Carol Tyler. Tyler won for...

Review: ‘The Tipping Point’ unites science fiction themes with human psychology

Part of the celebration of 40 years of international publisher Humanoids, this anthology gathers some great talent to explore the idea of forks in the...

24 Hours of International Comics: Meet Boulet, Master of Visualizing Emotion...

By and large, American comics are exercises in external action.  Rare is the superhero who ends up blighted by some existential crisis and is...

Kickstarter alert: Augie and the Green Knight

Well, this crowdfunder hardly needs my help as its already at more than $100K and it made it's $30,000 goal in an hour or...

Webcomic alert: Boulet goes shopping

A new comic by French cartoonist Boulet is always worth noting, and this one about the horror of buying new clothes is no exception,...

Future Comics: Boulet’s The Long Journey

Boulet is awesome, nuff said. The French cartoonist is very popular in his home country, and his amazing 24 hour comic published here by AdHouse as Noirness has begun to get him a well deserved US following.

Adhouse to publish Boulet’s The Darkness

You may not know the name Boulet, but this French artist is one of the most prolific and talented cartoonists working. Maybe you will recall his disgustingly accomplished 24-hour comic from last year, The Darkness. Or his blog, which includes English versions of his comics. That first link is getting a printed version in the US, courtesy of AdHouseIt's due in April to tie in with Boulet's 2013 US tour, and will be printed in a limited quantity. Hopefully this is only the first US edition of Boulet's work to see print. Here's a wee preview: