Fantagraphics

A Comics Mystery: How did a street in Norwich become a location for Alberto Breccia’s “Mort Cinder”?

Inspired to buy Alberto Breccia’s Mort Cinder through the downthetubes articles by artist Ron Tiner and the urgings of artist David Roach, one of our readers came across an interesting little oddity in the art. Mort Cinder, in case you… Read More ›

Fantagraphics announces English language edition of Mort Cinder by Héctor Oesterheld and Alberto Breccia

There’s some great news for fans of the astonishingly brilliant South American comic artist Alberto Breccia. His stunning Mort Cinder strip, written by the equally talented author Héctor Germán Oesterheld, is to be published in English by Fantagraphics in October…. Read More ›

Comics history magazine Nemo returns, to be published by Fantagraphics

NEMO, the illuminating magazine about comics history, is coming back, once again edited by Rick Marschall and published by Fantagraphics Books Inc., and in an expanded, oversized book format. Founded by founded by Rick Marschall and published from 1983-1990, Nemo the… Read More ›

Actor Jim Broadbent and artist Dix talk about their new graphic novel “Dull Margaret” in London this week

London’s Gosh Comics host an event with actor Jim Broadbent and  artist Dix tonight (Tuesday 26th June 2018) to discuss their new graphic novel Dull Margaret with Paul Gravett. Copies of the Gosh! exclusive Dull Margaret Bookplate Edition will be available… Read More ›

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