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Bringing Back Al Rio's Jungle Fantasy For A Modern Day Audience Of Outrage

Boundless is bringing back the Avatar Press title Jungle Fantasy by Al Rio, and is using Kickstarter for funding and pre-orders.Originally published in 2007, Jungle Fantasy: Vixens #1 and #2 are intended to be the beginning of a revival of the title. The Vixens, Kit and Lani, came to this exotic world when their spacecraft crash landed[...]

Al Rio's Last Interview, With Rodrigo Monteiro

Glass House Graphics Brazil manager Rodrigo Monteiro flew to Fortaleza, Brazil on Friday, January 27th 2012 to be part of  a Creating Comics Event with artist/painter/designer Al Rio at SANA (a pop culture festival) and to coordinate artwork for Al's various projects.  Rod also conducted what turned out to be Al Rio's final[...]

Remembering Al Rio by David Campiti

David Campiti writes for Bleeding Cool;It's not a dream, not a hoax, not an imaginary story:  Brazil-based "good girl artist" Al Rio has passed away this morning, 01/31/12, an apparent suicide by hanging.Al Rio, born Alvaro Araújo Lourenço do Rio on 05/19/62, was raised in Fortaleza, in the northeast of Brazil   Al began his[...]

Al Rio Passes

It has been reported by Brazilian journalists that comic book artist Al Rio has recently died.Known especially for his Gen 13 and DV8 work for Wildstorm, and more recently for his Zenescope covers, especially Grimm Fairy Tales Al Rio had worked across the comics industry, noth in Brazil and in the USA, including the likes[...]