More looks back, predictions…and a preiew of a new graphic biogrpahy of Stephen Hawking.
James Romberger and Jim Woodring in conversation – plus a Comic Arts Brooklyn report.
James Romberger is best known as the comics artist behind books like 7 Miles a Second, The Late Child and Other Animals, Post York, 2020 Visions and other books. He’s contributed to World War 3 Illustrated, Mome, and Epic Illustrated, and his artwork is in numerous museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New […]
James Romberger went to the Big Apple Con and solved one of the great mysteries of comics history: who drew Martin Luther King and the Montgomery Story.
Since I was a child, Jack Kirby stood out as THE preeminent American cartoonist and I still and always will count him as one of my favorite artists. He remains the master of inventive technorganic design and deep space multifigure compositions in which all elements display unparalleled weight and thrust. I consider his work to […]
Let’s investigate one of the most haunting quotes ever attributed to a cartoonist.
In a classic only in New York story, a bomb scare in Manhattan yesterday turned out to be an 80s disco times capsule. And cartoonists James Romberger and Marguerite Van Cook (The Late Child and Other Animals, 7 Miles a Second) have revealed they were instrumental to planting it! Construction on West 21st at the […]
A new edition of Seth Tobocman’s War in the Neighborhood will bring this powerful story of 90s NYC real estate wars back into print.
Here’s the second part of our annual creator survey, and this time out we have some exclusive peeks at some new projects for 2016, as well as what might be hit of something cool to happen…but you’ll have to read everything figure out what that is.
Thanks to all for taking the time to participate in this survey especially during the busy holiday time. You can find Part 1 here.
Under the Sign of Capricorn by Hugo Pratt IDW/Eurocomics, $29.99 _________________________________________________ As the year turns, IDW’s EuroComics imprint debuts with the first of twelve projected volumes of Hugo Pratt’s beloved Corto Maltese. For these elegantly produced trade paperbacks, Pratt’s literate, witty, exceedingly well-researched and beautifully drawn stories are translated by Simone Castaldi of Hofstra University […]