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Koyama Spring Lineup Showcases Harbin, Lapalme, Schubert, Degen
Koyama Spring Lineup Showcases Harbin, Lapalme, Schubert, Degen
Koyama Press announced its spring 2015 lineup of graphic novels this week, and the books coming down the pipeline range from personal, diary-format comics to a weird, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles pastiche. There's also a surreal deconstruction of superheroes and an effusive celebration of color. Creators include Dustin Harbin, A. Degen, Alex Schubert and Ginette Lapalme.
Koyama Press Announces 2014 Publishing Slate
Koyama Press Announces 2014 Publishing Slate
Koyama Press announced its lineup of new comics for spring 2014 this week, and the three collections and one original graphic novel in the group look pretty doggone fantastic. Cat Person collects Seo Kim's daily comics, issues 2-5 of Michael Deforge's anthology Lose are collected in A Body Beneath, 1000 Crushes is a compilation of excepts from various books by Elisha Lim and new work, and Jesse Ja
‘Trexels’ by John Martz: Name All 235 8-bit ‘Star Trek’ Characters [Art]
‘Trexels’ by John Martz: Name All 235 8-bit ‘Star Trek’ Characters [Art]
Amidst the many cartooning wonders to be discovered at this weekend's MoCCA Festival in New York City is Trexels, a handsome print by John Martz depicting 235 Star Trek characters in charmingly pixelated form. Martz, who's contributed to Flight and Syncopated and serviced clients including Nickelodeon Magazine and Hallmark Cards, teamed with Koyama Press to create Trexels, which has been produced