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Tag Archives: Dean Haspiel
On his LiveJournal, man-sized cartoonist Dean Haspiel just announced he’s been nominated for an Emmy for his illustration work for the Bored To Death title sequence.Â Congrats, Dino !
I’ve always thought that winter starts today, even though Yahoo tries to convince me otherwise, and the meteorological winter has already started three weeks ago. Â To celebrate that most festive of events, here’s Dean Haspiel‘s Snow Dope comic from the … Continue reading
Â Na Marvel, DC c.s. kwam het belangrijkste (in mijn ogen) initiatief op het vlak van digitaal publiceren door de auteurs zelf aan bod : Act-I-Vate. Â Spreek uw boodschap in, na de biep. (note : an English translation of this … Continue reading
De nieuwe jaargang van Stripgids is gelanceerd, en daarmee ook mijn derde reeks columns over strips en het internet.Â Deze keer starten we met traditionele uitgevers die ook online beginnen te publiceren.
Read a six-page preview for my man Dino’s new book The Alcoholic (and an interview with writer Jonathan Ames) at the MTV Splash Page blog.Â The man is building an oeuvre. (artwork Â© Vertigo)
In 1979, when Tintin celebrated his 50th birthday, Casterman published a small booklet in which HergÃ© explained how he and his team went about creating the quiffed one’s adventures.Â As an example, they used the fabled page 22b from Tintin … Continue reading
In her “Before I die I want to…” project, artist Nicole Kenney takes Polaroids of people and asks them toÂ write down on the picture what would be the single thing they would like to accomplish before their death.Â It … Continue reading
The Wall Street Journal asked Dean Haspiel for an illustration on Cloverfield, and h delivered.
Celia Learns To Protect Her Baby is a minicomic that was published in 1997 by the University Of Washington Novela Health Education bureau, which specialises in bilingual awareness publications . It was published as a two-language flip book, with an … Continue reading