Andrea Tsurumi Archives

Preview A MoCCA Fest Debut: Library Book From Andrea Tsurumi
The astonishingly talented Andrea Tsurumi, who works in both illustration and comics, as well as points between with a composition style that often challenges the use of frames, has put together a delightful new mini for MoCCA Fest this weekend entitled Library Book The mini is a book-lovers miscellany of themed material from recent work,[...]
Winsor McCay Lives! The Little Nemo Meets Carousel Event In New York
With the original artwork from the massively successful Kickstarter-funded and massive in size tome Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream on the walls of the Society building, as well as orignal Winsor McCay art to accompany it, until March 28th, the Philadelphia-based team on the book out of Locust Moon Comics and the New York-based institution[...]
Little Nemo Arrives In New York – Plus Photogallery
The exhibit features the work of Dean Haspiel, Andrea Tsurumi, Bill Sienkiewicz, and many more. Here is a photogallery of the Exhibit Opening: #gallery-1 { margin: auto; } #gallery-1 .gallery-item { float: left; margin-top: 10px; text-align: center; width: 33%; } #gallery-1 img { border: 2px solid #cfcfcf; } #gallery-1 .gallery-caption { margin-left: 0; } /* see gallery_shortcode() in wp-includes/media.php */ And here is some of McCay's original Nemo art: The comics community continued[...]
Spotlight On ComiXology Submit – Zootrope, The Reservoir, Los Muertos
Every week, there is quite a selection of new comics available that have been added to ComiXology via their creator-owned Submit platform, and here at Bleeding Cool we're taking a moment to point out some of the titles that have caught our attention this time around that you might find as wacky or as intriguing[...]
Seven SPX Debuts That Are Like Crack: Tales of the Night Watchman, Behold the Killbot, Rushes, Journey into the Valley of Whispers, The Black Feather Falls, Cartozia Tales #2, Vs.
Tales of the Night Watchman is a combination of pulp noir, modern fantasy, horror getting a little too close to daily life for comfort, and plenty of great indie art.  Andrea Tsurumi brings two new collections of short comics to SPX, Behold the Killbot and Other Stories, and Glam Thanksgiving This is in addition to[...]