Hi folks! The holidays are coming, but we’re gonna squeeze in one more show for ya, so plan to be at Pratt Institute this Sunday between 11am and 7pm for this year’s Comic Arts Brooklyn! Debut books, Special Guests, and programming galore. But first…
That’s this Friday, November 9th!
Then, Sunday from 11am-7pm, we’ll be parked at CAB tables #C3–C4, right between Special Guests Jim Woodring and Olivier Schrauwen on one side and Simon Hanselmann and Nick Thorburn on the other! True bliss!
Roman Muradov . . . . . 12pm – 2pm
Mark Newgarden . . . . . 2pm – 3pm
M. Dean . . . . . . . . . . . 3pm – 4pm
Georgia Webber . . . . . . 4pm – 5pm
Mike Taylor . . . . . . . . . 5pm – 6pm
Vanishing Act by Roman Muradov
Written and drawn in thirteen styles, from comedy and confession to prophecy and interpretative dance, Vanishing Act is a polyphonic play of interconnected stories, synchronized in time and space on one melancholy evening.
Now #5 by Various Artists
The 2018 Eisner Award-nominated anthology series continues with another entirely self-contained collection of short comics genius! Under a cover by cartoonist Stéphane Blanquet, our fifth issue features 125 pages of ALL-NEW comics by Theo Ellsworth, DRT, DW, Ana Galvañ, Maggie Umber, Eroyn Franklin. Roman Muradov, Jose Quintanar, Walt Holcombe, Walker Tate, Keren Katz, Darin Shuler, Jesse Reklaw, and Nick Thorburn! At $9.99 for 125 pages of all-new color comics, NOW is the best value in comics!
In Christ There Is No East or West by Mike Taylor
“Ok, here I go. Remember to steer into it — Don’t take your mind off it, get comfortable in your discomfort — Your body isn’t trying to kill you — Panic attacks aren’t actually dangerous — your heart will beat totally normally soon…” Thus begins Mike Taylor’s raw and beautiful soul cry for America, as a modern-day Virgil in a hoody traverses the gasping and confusing psychological landscape of right now.
11am—Jim Woodring’s Magic Pen: Master cartoonist Jim Woodring will demonstrate his one-of-a-kind giant fountain pen as cartoonist Lauren Weinsten asks about his about his long career and new book, Poochytown. Stick around afterwards for a chance to try out the pen yourself!
1pm—Olivier Schrauwen: Parallel Lives: Austin English looks into Olivier Schrauwen’s career from “My Boy” until now. A rare opportunity for US audiences to hear the Belgian artist speak about his thrilling, confounding and visually spectacular work. Prepare your questions for audience Q&A following the discussion.
Find a full programming list here.
Alrighty, that’s all for now! Head to www.comicsartsbrooklyn.com for more info and we’ll see you there!