Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá are from São Paolo, Brazil. It's their home, where they were raised, and where much of their most personal comics work, like De:Tales and Daytripper, is set. They have a deep emotional attachment to the city and country they love. As such, when the recent recent protests across São Paolo -- stemming from a rise in bus fares that is seen by many in the country as a reflection of political corruption -- began to turn violent, the Brazilian twins were compelled to explore their feelings on the subject the way they so often do: through their art.
Nobody can accuse the city of Taubaté of not thinking outside the box when it comes to law enforcement. Residents and business owners in the Brazilian city have given the military police approval to recruit and deploy André Luiz Pinheiro, a 50-year-old man who will operate in a Batman costume. According to Brazilian news source OVALE, this Batman of São Paulo will apparent
The Guy Fawkes masks worn by V in Alan Moore and David Lloyd's V for Vendetta have taken on new meaning as symbols of resistance -- and sometimes anarchy -- for hacktivist groups like Anonymous and protest movements around the world, including yesterday's rallies against corruption in Brazil. A
Fábio Moon and Gabriel Bá have come a long way in a short amount of time. The Brazilian twins landed in America to some acclaim with anthology projects from Image and Dark Horse. But it was "De:Tales - Stories from Urban Brazil" that really introduced the pair to industry, garnering critical acclaim from a variety of sources with a beautiful black and white tale that hinted at great potential waiting to be honed.