Since it first hit the stands in 2004, I've gone through three or four copies of Street Angel. It's on my short-list of favorite comics -- one of those books I've lent and given away over and over, gambling that I could find another copy, a process that's taken longer and longer as it fell further and further out of print.
Luckily for me -- and the whole new generation of readers who didn't catch it the first time around -- Street Angel is back, in a hella sweet hardcover edition from AdHouse Books (who hooked me up with a review copy, which I will do my best to hang on to for at least a few months this time around).
Whether he's creating his own comics and illustrations from scratch or contributing to anthologies or magazines, Farel Dalrymple is just plain prolific. He's always releasing something and it's always worth checking out. This is both a blessing and a -- well, certainly not a curse -- but maybe a slight inconvenience when it comes to tracking down everything the artist releases. Come September, AdHouse will come to the aid of completists with Delusional, a 232-page, 6x9" hardcover collecting a number of comics and illustrations many fans of the Pop Gun War, Prophet, Omega the Unknown, Vice Magazine and Study Group artist may not have had the chance to check out just yet. Not one to keep fans in suspense, AdHouse has released a generous 23-page preview, which serves as a solid cross section of the upcoming hardcover's contents. You can take in all the Dalrymple goodness, after the cut.
"Print is dead," is a pithy saying that gets tossed around a lot these days. Well, apparently nobody said in front of comics artist and illustrator Jim Rugg (Street Angel, Afrodisiac, The Plain Janes). This May, Rugg will launch the first issue of Supermag, a 56-page, full-color, glos
Upcoming:AdHouse will be printing Boulet's beloved 24-Hour Comic, Darkness, in April. Gaming: Activision has released its full extras info for The Amazing Spider-Man Ultimate Edition for the Wii U, which arrives on March 5.
Prolific Canadian comics artist Stuart Immonen will release a second volume of his more personal and otherwise non-or-not-necessarily-commercial work at the Toronto Comic Arts Festival in May. Centifolia V2 will collect short comics, sketches, concept
When we caught wind that Joshua Cotter, creator of the critically-acclaimed "Skyscrapers of the Midwest," was going to be collecting his early comic strip material from the Kansas City Star in a compilation called "Barbra in the Sky with Neil Diamonds" published by AdHouse Books, we knew we had to share the wealth with a preview of the bizarre, beautiful strips.Scheduled for a December 4 release at the Brooklyn
Jose Villarrubia, comics artist and professor at the Maryland Institute College of Art, moderated a conversation with award-winning artists James Jean and Paul Pope on Sunday afternoon at the Baltimore Comic-Con. The
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