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Kibbles ‘n’ Bits 10/12/17: The Handyman who stole Joe Quesada’s art...

https://twitter.com/beckycloonan/status/918253791983652864 § Nice Art: Inktober continues, this time from Becky Cloonan. § So when I reported on that story about the handyman stealing $250,000 worth...

08/01/2017: Small Press & Indie Comics Galore

§ Nice Art § Zviane contributed a wonderful illustration for the month of August in a 2017 calendar and it is beautiful. Perhaps it's the weather,...

MoCCA Festival ‘ 17 announces programming

This year's MoCCA Festival is coming in a few weeks, April 1-2, with guests Gene Luen Yang, Blutch, Becky Cloonan and more. And the...

Preview: Churck Forsman’s Slasher looks creepy as heck

Charles Forsman has been building a body of work that combines indie-style introspection with new action violence and action. His ongoing  Revenger comic (Bergen...

Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise returns in 2018

Appearing at a spotlight panel at the Paris Comic Con, Terry Moore revealed that after he finishes his series Motor Girl (which debuts next...

You have only a few short hours to pre-order Short Box...

Pre-orders for the second edition of Short Box, the box of exclusive comics and swag curated by Zainab Akhtar (with some logistical help from...

Publishing News: Faith #1 gets fourth printing; Ethan Young gets new...

There's a lot of news about comics out there, so this is going to be a lot of column. • Faith #1 continues to be...

Conundrum’s fall line allows you to become a kitten

Of course there are some great graphic novels in Conundrum Press's fall line, but the book I'm choosing to headline is "You Are a Kitten!' -- a shoose your own path book that will redefine how we perceive reality and yarn balls. But all these books look great. In particular, Fitzgerald had a great debut with Photobooth, a non-fiction graphic novel about the history of the photobooth. Turning her storytelling to her own tale sounds very promising.

Koyama Press Fall slate includes double DeForge, Mai, Wertz and more

Canada's Koyama Press continues to present a lively slate of boundary-pushing work, and this fall they are putting out their biggest line ever, including two books by Michael DeForge, new books by Jane Mai, Cole Closser and some newcomers, a kid's book and a revamped version of Julia Wertz's Drinking at the Movies. I expect one of the most interesting will be Robin Nishio's Wailed which follows "a group of friends who also happen to be the vanguard of alternative comics making." And you thought The Sponsor was shattering! All the details below:

MoCCA 2015 Debuts Bonus plus a reminder about Best American Comics...

Here are some new and notable books that will be debuting at today's MoCCA Festival at Center 548. The previous round-up is here. The exhibitor list is here. But first a reminder:
The Best American Comics 2016 will be accepted at the Rebus Books table. Any new, North American work published between September 1, 2014 and August 31, 2015 is eligible for The Best American Comics 2016. If Series Editor Bill Kartalopoulos is not present at the table, material can be given to anyone working Table 226 and it will be included with BAC 2016 submissions.