Part memoir, part travelogue, and all lushly drawn, I MOVED TO LOS ANGELES is simply a wonderful book for those who want to learn the finer details of the animation industry.
Natalie Nourigat’s comics have been around for a while, graceful, clean mostly autobiographical comics, plus the art for various projects from Oni and Lerner. She currently works as a storyboard artist at Disney though, and she’s just published a 70 page webcomic called ‘I Moved to LA to Get a Job in Animation’. It’ll cost […]
Today, Comic Book Resources broke the news that Oni Press would be publishing three new series. First up, Another Castle, which is written by Andrew Wheeler and features art by Paulina Ganucheau. “When Princess Misty is captured by the evil Badlug, she quickly mounts an escape and is nearly out the door when she discovers that her […]
It’s long been known that cartoonists David Rees and Michael Kupperman didn’t have a great time when they were cartooning for the New York Times last year, and it ended badly. Now, Kupperman recounts the whole sad story which involves a lot of editorial meddling (or censorship) and not the greatest deal:
With the Image soliciations for June 2013 came the news that It Girl & The Atomics, the series spinning out of Mike Allred’s Mad Man, will be ending with issue #12. Writer Jamie S. Rich confirmed the news on his blog, noting that the final issue will see all the previous artists return for a […]