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SPX 15: Kathryn And Stuart Immonen On Finding Room For Everything In Comics

SPX '15: Kathryn And Stuart Immonen On Finding 'Room For Everything' In Comics

It flips the relationship between us being “real” and looking at a painting and thinking of it as “fake”, In this story, it seemed more appropriate that the characters could be literally, sharply defined by linework whereas the paintings and sculptures had a realistic quality instead.Their newest work, Russian Olive to Red King is now[...]

SDCC 15: Breaking Down Romantic Relationships In Science Fiction And Fantasy

SDCC '15: Breaking Down Romantic Relationships In Science Fiction And Fantasy

Bright and early at the San Diego Convention Center, one of the first panels of the day was called Romantic Adventures, moderated by S.J. Harper (Reckoning). Harper assembled an impressive group of science fiction fantasy writers that included Sam Sykes (The City Stained Red), Chloe Neil (The Devil's Isle series), Suzanne Young (The Remedy), Beth […]



Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend If You Like Comics

Things To Do In Chicago This Weekend If You Like Comics

This was two feet of blank paper before he got ahold of it:Benton has created an exclusive poster for each stop on his tour, and here's his Quimby's poster fully emblazoned with a Chicago scene:And some of Benton's previous posters from his whistle-stop tour of the US and Canada include: [Drawn & Quarterly in Montreal][Fantagraphics in[...]

Gregory Bentons B+F Is Hitting The Road And Coming Soon To A Town Near You

Gregory Benton's B+F Is Hitting The Road And Coming Soon To A Town Near You

[Benton at a recent Forbidden Planet NYC signing, photo by Jordan Isip] B+F started off as a large-folio self-published and lavish art comic that turned the heads of judges at MoCCA Fest 2013 in New York, and was picked up by Adhouse Books for a full graphic novel treatment in the hands of visual arts master[...]

Getting A Feel For Comic Arts Brooklyn &#8211 Through Books And Pictures

Getting A Feel For Comic Arts Brooklyn – Through Books And Pictures

They debuted their first three titles at CAB, including Psychotronic Comics from Haspiel, Schmuck from Kushner, and Force of Nature from Benton.Here are the Hang Dai Editions which I got a sneaky head-start on procuring...A more posed picture of Hang Dai on their victory launch day.Gregory Benton had a particularly triumphant day as his hardback,[...]