A collection of stories featuring Noah Van Sciver’s gritty blend of angsty humor and pathos.
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Dear Retailer Friends… Diamond didn’t order enough Street Angel, so more are going out this week. #ThinkPink
Our super sweet DC highlight reel!
Huzzah! I’ll be going to San Diego Comic Con this week in support of two awesome projects! First up is the Amazing World of Gumball minicomic that I did for BOOM! I made 550 of them and you can be the proud owner of one! I’m looking forward to talking to people about the book, and watch them open that cartridge for the first time!
The other signing that I’ll be doing is at the VIZ booth for a Bravest Warriors book The Search for Catbug. It’s a look-and-find style book! Right up my alley!
Come by and say hi! I can’t wait to go!
Jon Chad’s SDCCing…
STREET ANGEL SHORT FILM
by Lucas Testro
I will have copies of Street Angel at San Diego Comic-Con. I’m in Artist Alley, table II-10. I’ll also have copies of recent zines (including the Street Angel Sketchbook), some prints, and drawings.
Here’s my Comic-Con schedule:
FRIDAY July 25, 2014 12:00pm - 1:00pm
For Love or Money: Creating Personal and Professional Art
If an artist is paid for his or her work, does that mean it’s not personal? The creation of art is such a personal thing, but does it always have to be this way? Hear creatorsRay Billingsley (Curtis), Michael T. Gilbert, (Mr. Monster), David Lasky (The Carter Family: Don’t Forget This Song), Mimi Pond (Over Easy), and Jim Rugg (Supermag) share their views on when or if a project can be for love and money.
SUNDAY July 27, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
Spotlight on Jim Rugg
Comic-Con special guest Jim Rugg (Street Angel, The PLAIN Janes, Afrodisiac, Rambo 3.5, The Guild) discusses his experience as a cartoonist/designer/illustrator/podcaster through a visual presentation and an audience Q&A. Sunday July 27, 2014 11:00am - 12:00pm
If you’re not at Comic-Con — get your copy of Street Angel from your local comic shop, buy it on Amazon, tell your local librarian to stock a copy…or if you prefer your comics on a screen — get it from Monkeybrain on Comixology. Thanks.
Jimmie’s SDCC Deats.