Fantagraphics, publisher of some of the greatest comics ever, hopes to publish more of them in next year’s line, but the death of co-founder Kim Thompson in June has left some problems, both with managing the line and cash flow; the books Kim was working on as publisher and translator had to be delayed and that has left them with a budget shortfall.
Fantagraphics launches $150,000 Kickstarter for Spring 2014 line; already nearly 1/3rd of the way there
TweetRevolutionary War, announced a few months ago, is an interconnected mini-event thingy which’ll be happening next year, using many of the Marvel UK characters. Headlined by writers Andy Lanning and Alan Cowsill, the story will start with a one-shot in January and then move into a series of focus one-shots with various stars returning. As […]
TweetWriter Rachel Edidin and artist Sfé Monster have opened up submissions for a new comics anthology called ‘Beyond’. A collection of queer sci-fi and fantasy stories, Beyond is aimed to be crowdfunded and then published in 2014. A number of creators are already signed up for the project, including Fiona Staples, Carla Speed McNeil and Dylan […]
Tweet Xeno Kaiju is a tabloid newspaper/mini comic by Philly artist Pat Aulisio. It consists of sixteen newsprint pages featuring a single panel on each page. Published by Hic and Hoc, an indie comic publisher based out of New Jersey, the comic has been finished in black and white, with the exception of its cover […]
Tweet DC Entertainment president Diane Nelson finally spoke out about why DC had to leave its home of 80 years and relocate to the West Coast in an interview with the Wall Street Journal. She says it was “never optimal” to have two offices on separate coasts. And as an example she said, Literally everything […]