Guys I just put up 10 different Secret Voice originals for sale. Please check em out & RT if you’re feelin’ it. I’ll put up more later on. Thanks!
CF is a Providence-based artist and musician. His books include Powr mastrs 1-3, Sediment, and Mere (all published by PictureBox). His story “Mosfet Warlock and the Mechlin Men” was included in The Best American Comics 2009 edited by Charles Burns. Since May 2011, he has published a monthly comic…
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Goin back to Mali
My new book OBJECT 10 is now available to order from the publisher Floating World Comics site. It presents a big selection of my drawings. 80 pages, hardcover 9.25 x 12.25 (inch) in color and a couple of b&w images as well.
northstarblog-deactivated201309 said: So are you guys taking OBJECT 10 preorders yet?
This weekend! Swing by CAKE in Chicago to meet Jason Leivian and check out our newest books, including the BRAND NEW Object 10 hardcover from Killian Eng and much more!
I made a list. Semi-useful, maybe?
A nice review of Titan #1 from Justin Giampaoli:
“There’s no false utopia presented in Vigneault’s future world, merely an aspirational sci-fi narrative that allows us to reflect back on our own social issues through the lens of this re-contextualization process. Vigneault’s lines dance between a sort of Herge influenced European classicism, complete with ligne-claire coifs of hair, and the full-bodied beady sweat style of many modern alt cartoonists, running the erratic lineage from Robert Crumb to Charles Burns to Noah Van Sciver. Vigneault is generous with his world-building backgrounds, and offers a warm tri-color glow of black, white, and an orange hue that gives the impression of what life must be like on a distant moon orbiting a gas giant planet. Compiling the first two installments of a planned six, complete with an unexpected intimate cliffhanger, it also gives me the impression that I can’t wait to see what’s next in this series. ”