Tag Archive: France

Oct 10 2014

Review: Blacksad – Amarillo

It’s less black, and certainly nowhere near as sad, but Blacksad: Amarillo is a joyous return to one of the best examples of graphic storytelling in the world. From the eye-catching opening panel of the fifth Blacksad story, partially recalling the iconic shots of Billy Wilder’s 1950 film Sunset Boulevard, it’s clear that the award-winning series has …

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Oct 10 2014

Paris Comic Con coming from ReedPOP in October 2015

Comic-Con is now huge business all around the world, and conventioneers ReedPOP have just announced that they will be bringing Paris Comic Con to the massive European market on 23-25 October 2015. We often get myopic when it comes to what we think of as comics, but the European market for comic books and graphic …

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Feb 11 2014

Behind the Panels Issue 87 – Blue is the Warmest Color

This week, Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg are bringing Preacher to AMC. Expect James Franco in every role. THEN John Romita Jr jumps ship to DC. Let’s hope he can swim. ALSO, a massive week of what we’ve been reading, all the latest news headlines, a trailer commentary for Captain America: The Winter Soldier and your …

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Oct 15 2013

Editions Dargaud releases trailer for ‘Blacksad: Amarillo’

French publisher Editions Dargaud, one of the biggest publishers of Franco-Belgian bande dessinée in Europe, have released a new trailer showcasing the hotly anticipated fifth volume of the Blacksad series. Simply titled Blacksad: Amarillo, it gives us a terrific sampling of the artwork by Juanjo Guarnido Dark Horse has published the first four volumes in English, but there …

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