Monday, December 31, 2012

Deaths in the comic arts 2012 UPDATED

This updated post includes more names from DD Degg of local sports, political and magazine cartoonists.

Deaths in 2012 included Argentine comics writer Carlos Albiac, San Francisco Examiner editorial cartoonist Ken Alexander, San Diego Comic-Con co-founder Richard Alf, caricaturist Rick Alley, British puppet animator Gerry Anderson, sports cartoonist Vern Anthony, editorial cartoonist Rex Babin, Don Baumgart, Croatian cartoonist and animator Žarko Beker, Spanish publisher Josep Maria Berenguer, gag cartoonist Jan Berenstain, Swiss artist Pierre-Alain Bertola, Oak Crest Village Voice cartoonist Irma Black, Canadian political cartoonist Blaine, animation voice Lucille Bliss, comic strip inker Howard King Boone, Ernie (Chua) Chan, comic book and strip artist John Celardo, gay webcartoonist Chris Companik, Alabama editorial cartoonist John Crawford, Harvey comics artist Sid Couchey, Penthouse gag cartoonist Art Cumings, Brazilian cartoonist Fernando Dias da Silva, Filipino comic book artist Tony DeZuniga, animator Jim Duffy, Splitsville and Playboy cartoonist Reynolds E. Dodson, magazine cartoonist Earl Engleman Sr, Spanish cartoonist Jose Luis Ferrer, Golden age cartoonist Martin Filchock, Argentine cartoonist Arnoldo Franchioni, Italian artist Francesco Gamba, Jean 'Moebius' Giraud, Columbus Dispatch cartoonist Louis 'Doc' Goodwin, Olive of the Ozarks cartoonist Pat Grant, Californian cartoonist Paul Gringle, Shamokin News Item editorial cartoonist Jack Gruneberg, Chautauqua (N.Y.) Daily cartoonist Ed Harmon, former cartoonist turned science fiction writer Harry Harrison, political and magazine cartoonist Arthur Henrikson, Natural Selection cartoonist Scott 'Russ Wallace' Henson, Arnold comic strip cartoonist William O. Johnson, magazine cartoonist Dennis Kilgore, Swedish comics librarian Kristiina Kolehmainen, Indonesian comics writer Raden Ahmad Kosasih, political cartoonist John Lara, French comic book historian André Leborgne, French cartoonist Bruno Le Floc'h, freelancer Jerry Garden, magazine cartoonist Herbert Green, Golden Age comic book artist Marv Lev(y), Crakbak cartoonist Gus Levy, Jack Lindstrom, Dick Louderback, Hi-De-Ho comic strip inker Charles L. Madden, French cartoonist Pat Mallet, Comics fan-turned-pro Don Markstein, comic strip artist Fran Matera, American Indian cartoonist Robby McMurtry, Josh Medors, 1940s comic strip cartoonist George Mercer, Tank McNamara writer Jeff Millar, Sheldon Moldoff, Brazilian artist Gutemberg "Goott" Monteiro, David Moynihan,  Barefoot Gen cartoonist Keiji Nakazawa, Birmingham, AL sports cartoonist Phil Neel,  Olympian sports and political cartoonist Dogulas Newton, comic strip writer Richard O'Brien, Kenyan cartoonist Frank Odoi, Belgian Luc Orient cartoonist Eddy Paape, The Passing Scene comic strip creator Eugene R. Patrick, British comics illustrator Douglas Phillips, Phantom fan/expert Ed Rhoades, Captain Easy writer Belford A. Richards, Jordanian cartoonist Jalal Rifai, Brazilian artist Al Rio, Fort Pierce News Tribune editorial cartoonist William 'Robbe' Robbins Jr., underground cartoonist Spain Rodriguez, New Yorker cartoonist Al Ross, Rural Fox cartoonist Leah Rule, Indian pocket (aka gag) cartoonist T. Samuel (aka Samuval), Spanish comic book writer Antonio Segura, Maurice Sendak, John Severin, Disney artist Mel Shaw, Disney animation music composer Robert B. Sherman, Timely comic book artist Marion T. Sitton, Golden Age comic book artist Emilio Squeglio, caricaturist and sports cartoonist Bruce Stark,  Oakland Tribune sports cartoonist Lee Susman, Captain Marvel artist Marcus Swayze, Indian cartoonist turned politician Bal K. Thackeray, Hawaiian cartoonist Dave Thorne, Italian cartoonist Sergio Toppi, Vicar, comic book writer Robert L. Washington III, Buffalo Bills program cartoonist Kevin Weil, freelance cartoonist Bill White, British cartoonist Mike White, Wizard Magazine staffer Marc Wilkofsky, Dutch cartoonist Bert Witte, anime voice actress Sayuri Yamauchi, Fantagraphics art director Dale Yarger, Half Moon Bay Review cartoonist Arthur Zich, and 3-D cartoonist Ray Zone. (This list was compiled with the assistance of D.D. Degg's list of comic artist deaths for the rec.arts.comics.strips Usenet group.)

Steve Artley's best of 2012

Steve Artley has selected his best editorial cartoons of 2012 and would like you to vote on them.

Jan 5: Jonathan Luna at 3rd Eye Comics

Meet JONATHAN LUNA, co-creator of THE SWORD, GIRLS and ULTRA, this Saturday at our STAR BRIGHT & THE LOOKING GLASS Signing
 
We are totally stoked to be having one of our favorite creators, JONATHAN LUNA, in store this Saturday for a signing of his gorgeous new IMAGE graphic novel, STAR BRIGHT and THE LOOKING GLASS. 

Jonathan is the co-creator of major Third Eye Favorites like THE SWORD and GIRLS, so when we found out he was interested in doing a special Maryland stop for STAR BRIGHT, we were totally pumped. 

We'll be giving a FREE limited edition bookplate for STAR BRIGHT to the first 15 folks who're in line, that Jonathan has provided specifically for this event. It looks like this:

These will be signed and numbered by Jonathan, printed on gorgeous heavy-weight paperstock and will ONLY be available as the giveaway at our signing this Saturday. This is a one of a kind item that really helps mark how special this event, and the release of the book is.

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2012 In Review: 4 Great Graphic Novels We Haven't Told You About Yet
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Daumier & Oliphant: Together again for 3 more weeks


Political Wits, 100 Years Apart: Daumier and Oliphant at the Phillips. Washington, DC: The Phillips Collection, September 6, 2012 - January 20, 2013.

            This slim one-room show has only nine pieces of art in it, split almost half and half between caricaturist Honore Daumier and political cartoonist Patrick Oliphant. The text for the show focuses on Oliphant’s Pulitzer Prize-winning career. The most striking piece of artwork is a lifesize painting of Gifford Phillips (1999) that Oliphant did in chalk and oil. Oliphant drew Phillips in charcoal and then outlined him in a muted orange. Other Oliphant pieces include “Homage to Daumier” (2000), a Richard Nixon caricature “I have Returned” (1984), his sculpture “Naked Nixon” (1985), and “Tweedledum and Tweedledee” a 2000 lithograph of failed Democratic presidential candidates. These were all given to the Collection by the Oliphants who formerly lived in Washington. The Daumier works are untranslated prints, including his famous image “Le Ventre Legislatif” (1834) which caricatured France’s politicians.

Why do this exhibit? The textual focus on Oliphant - with a large biographical note - and a corresponding lack of one on Daumier seems odd. Does it suggest that their audience would of course know Daumier and his work and accept it, but that such would not be the case for Oliphant? Although the exhibit title implies a co-equal relationship, the focus is definitely on Oliphant.

Chief Curator Eliza Rathbone returned the following response: We wanted to get out all our works by Oliphant because they haven't been presented before all together.  It is intended as a primarily Oliphant show but also one that shows how his work connects with the enduring history of the Phillips (specifically its work by Daumier which has been central to the museum since its inception).  It is election season with a greater than usual focus on politics.  Also it is really an installation rather than an exhibition and should only be presented as such.

            I cannot quibble with Dr. Rathbone’s rationale. For 3 more weeks, one can see artwork by two great caricaturists that normally would be hidden away in storage.  Longtime residents may also recall the Phillips was the site of a truly great Daumier show, the 2000 exhibit that Oliphant’s “Homage” was drawn for. Daumier’s oil on wood painting, “The Strong Man” (1865) which is a carnival scene with a barker presenting the strong man can also be seen in the permanent collection. Sometimes one must simply accept and enjoy an opportunity. It's like that ad for chocolate and peanut butter candy - "Two great tastes together."

Deaths in the comic arts during 2012



Deaths in 2012 included Argentine comics writer Carlos Albiac, San Francisco Examiner editorial cartoonist Ken Alexander, San Diego Comic-Con co-founder Richard Alf, editorial cartoonist Rex Babin, Croatian cartoonist and animator Žarko Beker, Spanish publisher Josep Maria Berenguer, gag cartoonist Jan Berenstain, Swiss artist Pierre-Alain Bertola, Canadian political cartoonist Blaine, animation voice Lucille Bliss, comic strip inker Howard King Boone, Ernie (Chua) Chan, comic book and strip artist John Celardo, gay webcartoonist Chris Companik, Alabama editorial cartoonist John Crawford, Harvey comics artist Sid Couchey, Penthouse gag cartoonist Art Cumings, Brazilian cartoonist Fernando Dias da Silva, Filipino comic book artist Tony DeZuniga, animator Jim Duffy, Splitsville and Playboy cartoonist Reynolds E. Dodson, Spanish cartoonist Jose Luis Ferrer, Golden age cartoonist Martin Filchock, Argentine cartoonist Arnoldo Franchioni, Italian artist Francesco Gamba, Jean ‘Moebius’ Giraud, Columbus Dispatch cartoonist Louis 'Doc' Goodwin, Olive of the Ozarks cartoonist Pat Grant, Californian cartoonist Paul Gringle, former cartoonist turned science fiction writer Harry Harrison, Natural Selection cartoonist Scott ‘Russ Wallace’ Henson, Arnold comic strip cartoonist William O. Johnson, Swedish comics librarian Kristiina Kolehmainen, Indonesian comics writer Raden Ahmad Kosasih, French comic book historian André Leborgne, French cartoonist Bruno Le Floc'h, Golden Age comic book artist Marv Lev(y), Jack Lindstrom, Hi-De-Ho comic strip inker Charles L. Madden, French cartoonist Pat Mallet, Comics fan-turned-pro Don Markstein, comic strip artist Fran Matera, American Indian cartoonist Robby McMurtry, Josh Medors, 1940s comic strip cartoonist George Mercer, Tank McNamara writer Jeff Millar, Sheldon Moldoff, Brazilian artist Gutemberg "Goott" Monteiro, Barefoot Gen cartoonist Keiji Nakazawa, comic strip writer Richard O'Brien, Kenyan cartoonist Frank Odoi, Belgian Luc Orient cartoonist Eddy Paape, The Passing Scene comic strip creator Eugene R. Patrick, British comics illustrator Douglas Phillips, Phantom fan/expert Ed Rhoades, Captain Easy writer Belford A. Richards, Jordanian cartoonist Jalal Rifai, Brazilian artist Al Rio, underground cartoonist Spain Rodriguez, New Yorker cartoonist Al Ross, Rural Fox cartoonist Leah Rule, Indian pocket (aka gag) cartoonist T. Samuel (aka Samuval), Spanish comic book writer Antonio Segura, Maurice Sendak, John Severin, Disney artist Mel Shaw, Disney animation music composer Robert B. Sherman, Oakland Tribune sports cartoonist Lee Susman, 'Captain Marvel' artist Marcus Swayze, Indian cartoonist turned politician Bal K. Thackeray, Hawaiian cartoonist Dave Thorne, Italian cartoonist Sergio Toppi, Vicar, comic book writer Robert L. Washington III, freelance cartoonist Bill White, British cartoonist Mike White, Wizard Magazine staffer Marc Wilkofsky, Dutch cartoonist Bert Witte, anime voice actress Sayuri Yamauchi, Fantagraphics art director Dale Yarger, and 3-D cartoonist Ray Zone. (This list was compiled with the assistance of D.D. Degg’s list of comic strip artist deaths.)

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Monday, December 24, 2012

Big Planet Comics Orbit Newsletter - 24 December 2012




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December 24, 2012

Closed X-Mas! Spidey #700! 20% off Sale


So much news! We are open today, December 24, from 11 to 5 or so! If you need last minute presents, stop on by. We will be closed December 25, but back to regular hours Wednesday, and we WILL have new comics! Not a lot is coming out this week, but there are some big ones: The last issue of The Amazing Spider-Man, the new Brian Wood scifi volleyball series Mara, the first two parts of the Aquaman/Justice League crossover, a new superhero fight to the death in Deathmatch, plus a few more!

We will also have a special short podcast up on Wednesday with reviews (and spoilers!) for the comics coming out this week.

Then next Tuesday, January 1st, is our annual 20% off everything New Year's Day sale! So don't forget to come by and see how tired we all look! Noon to 5, all locations!

We've got another list up on our facebook page, asking for input for our Best of 2012 lists! If you have any suggestions for the best kid's comic, let us know!

Best of 2012 categories so far!

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Best Graphic Novel of 2012
Best New Series of 2012

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Amazing Spider-Man #700

by Dan Slott and Humberto Ramos

The crazy Doc Ock storyline comes to an insane conclusion in the LAST ISSUE of Amazing Spider-Man ever! The story is super long, with two extra Spidey stories in the back. I cannot say more about this, but whoa! (We will review with spoilers on our next podcast.)

Iron, or The War After HC

by S. M. Vidaurri

When a civil war ends, who are the heroes and who are the traitors? A bleak book of terrible choices and ramifications, with a somber palate and humanoid animals. 

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by Francesco Francavilla
 

A new pulp adventure in the mode of Hellboy! The Black Beetle takes on Nazi goons after a mystic artifact at the museum! Fun with great art.

JSA: The Whistling Skull #1

by B. Clay Moore and Tony Harris
 
The retro WW2 JSA returns in a new adventure! From Japan to Switzerland to flashbacks in England, they begin investigating people disappearing from a small village!

Mara #1

by Brian Wood and Ming Doyle

A new miniseries about the best volleyball player in the world, Mara! With all of the conflict of the world focused on intense sporting events, her choice of volleyball has elevated her to celebrity, but a surprise twist ending will shift that very quickly. Volleyball!

Cursed Pirate Girl 1 HC

by Jeremy Bastian

At last back in print, this stunningly detailed gorgeous comic is the tale of the Cursed Pirate Girl and her quest to find her dad, a pirate captain on the Omerta Seas! 

Django Unchained #1

by Quentin Tarantino and R. M. Guera and Jason Latour

Tarantino takes his original script and lets R. M. Guera (Scalped) turn it into a comic book! This might end up different than the film, and is off to a rousing and violent start!

Deathmatch #1

by Paul Jenkins and Carlos Magno
 
40 of the world's greatest heroes and villains are captured and forced to fight to the death in a strange arena! Plus their memories are selectively wiped, and they don't know who has captured them! Compelling mystery and brutal action.

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Comeback #2 (Of 5)
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Empowered Special #3 Hell Bent Or Heaven Sent
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Witch Doctor Malpractice #2 (Of 6)


Big Planet Comics Podcast #69
"Pirate Time"
This week, Kevin, Nick, and Jared review a bunch of new comics! Download now or subscribe on iTunes!
 
PODCAST REVIEWS:

The Black Beetle #0 by Francesco Francavilla
Country Ass-Whuppin by Jason Aaron, Ryan Cody, Jason B. Love, Guus Floor, Sean Patrick Flanery, Rebekah Isaacs, Doug Wagner, Rob Haynes, Shannon Eric Denton, Nima Sorat, Chuck Brown, Julie Godwin, Nathan Edmonson, Tariq Hassan, Harold Sipe, and Tommy Smith
Cursed Pirate Girl 1 HC by Jeremy Bastian
Django Unchained #1 (of 5) by Quentin Tarantino and R. M. Guera and Jason Latour
Iron, or The War After HC by S.M. Vidaurri
JSA The Whistling Skull #1 by B. Clay Moore and Tony Harris

Send us questions to podcast@bigplanetcomics.com or leave a voicemail at 1-703-539-CAST! (1-703-539-2278)

 


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Aquaman #15
Avenging Spider-Man #15.1
Before Watchmen: Nite Owl #4 (of 4)
Crossed Badlands #20
Deathmatch #1
Eerie Presents: El Cid HC
Hip Flask: Ouroborous
Justice League #15
Mara #1 (of 6)
Shadow Special #1
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