Vito Delsante


A Nightworld Descended On New York On Wednesday

A Nightworld Descended On New York On Wednesday

Vito Delsante was also present signing his Action Lab series Stray, Infurnari was also signing for his current series with Oni, The Bunker, and Haspiel and Lang were likewise signing their new Garbage Pail Kids issue "Love Stinks", featuring new character "French Kiss Trish".There was quite a presence for Hang Dai Studios of Gowanus, Brooklyn[...]


Hanging At Hang Dai Studios With Joe Infurnari Dean Haspiel And Seth Kushner

Hanging At Hang Dai Studios With Joe Infurnari, Dean Haspiel, And Seth Kushner

Infurnari was drawing Issue #9 of The Bunker, Dean Haspiel was putting the finishing touches on a pin-up for The Hip Hop Family Tree Volume 3, and Vito Delsante of the recently Action Lab addition Stray (previously a successful Kickstarter) was tapping away. [Christa Cassano and Gregory Benton] Later they were joined by Christa Cassano (contributor to[...]

Rounding Up A Stray In January With Action Lab

Rounding Up A Stray In January With Action Lab

A year ago Vito Delsante and Sean Izaakse started a Kickstarter for a comic of their called Stray They got $11,000 of their $8,000 goal.And in January next year, that comic will be published by Action Lab.(W) Vito Delsante (A) Sean Izaakse (CA) Mike Norton, Ben Hunzeker The Doberman, one of the world's greatest heroes, has been killed...but[...]





Stray

Stray

Vito Delsante writes;The common adage about writing anything is, “Write what you know.” Whenever I’m asked for advice about writing (which is surprisingly often, considering I’m not what you’d call a “household name”), I amend that to say, “Write what you know, learn what you don’t, and fake the rest.” I’ve written a few familiar[...]

The Lessons of Liberator

The Lessons of Liberator

It's lettered and edited by Vito Delsante and the art for the extras is provided by Yasmin Liang The logo was designed by Robin Helfritch and production art was done by Vincent Kukua with Chris Burnham and Rod Reis providing cover art and color respectively and Sean Von Gorman producing the 'Lil Liberator' backup It's[...]

Signings And Screenings &#8211 Offsite Events In New York During Comic Con Week

Signings And Screenings – Offsite Events In New York During Comic Con Week

Writer  Vito Delsante will also be unveiling his new comics project, WWM: World War Mob, to the public ahead of its January release date The event begins at 7PM at JHU Comics on 32 Easy 32nd St in Manhattan.Free Film Premier of Chris Claremont's X-Men and Q&A With Claremont at Columbia University on October 14thSequart[...]

Five Reasons You Should Be Reading Liberator

Five Reasons You Should Be Reading Liberator

Written by Matt Miner and illustrated by Javier Sanchez Aranda, Joaquin Pereyra, Vito Delsante with excellent extras art by Yasmin Liang and Kathryn Mann  , it's the point where superheroics and Black Mask's interest in contemporary social commentary collide The fourth issue is out shortly and here are five good reasons to catch up on[...]

Five Things About Liberator Issue One

Five Things About Liberator Issue One

Created and written by Matt Miner, who's an active dog rescuer himself, with pencils and inks by Javier Sanchez Aranda, colours by Joaquin Pereyra, lettering and editing by Vito Delsante and extras art by Yasmin Liang, the book follows Damon Guerrerro, an animal liberator who surveils, tracks and sabotages groups responsible for animal cruelty Superficially[...]