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24 Hours Comics Day 2006

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Among the terrific creators in this latest anthology are:

 

Frazer Irving, Britain’s National Comics Award-winning artist currently working on Marvel’s new Inhumans miniseries Silent War, depicts the violent mayhem involved in 24 Hour Comics Day, which he participated in at Comic-Kazi in Alberta.

 

Jeremy Bear, who participated at home in California, brings us “Cubicle”. It’s a dramatic tale of a man struggling with an odd conspiracy – or is he?

 

Tita Larasati lets us in on her life as a foreign student in The Netherlands in “Transition”, drawn at the Lambiek comicstore in Amsterdam.

 

Spooky Doll Kids creator Roseline Lau, working at the Artrage event in Fremantle, Australia, offers the delightful anthropomorphic tale “Caterpillar Crawler”.

 

Edward J. Grug III, also at the Artrage event, lets us know why “It’s Hard Out Here for a Sea Monster”.

 

Chilean-born Rodrigo Bravo displays an action tale in “Ruins”, crafted at Hairy Tarantula West in Toronto.

 

Steve Troop brings the characters from his Melonpool series back to the page after a too-long absence with a tale drawn at The Comic Bug in Manhattan Beach, California.

 

Alam Muammar, taking part in the Pengajian Komik DKV Community event in West Java, Indonesia, spins a dark and nearly-silent fairy tale parody with swordplay, dragons, and a handsome prince.

 

Rob Osborne, the graphic novelist behind 1000 Steps to World Domination and Sunset City for Active Senior Living, introduces the star of his next graphic novel in “The Old Man and the Pants”, drawn at Austin Books in Austin, Texas.

 

And if you don’t want to wade through all thousand pages of Ju Hui Judy Han’s PhD thesis in cultural geography, you can read her 24 page comics version of it, created at Elfsar Comics & Toys in Vancouver.

 

These annual volumes are fast becoming something to look forward to, showcasing a lot of different styles and works – looking for something different but not sure what to try? Then this is what you need – a good chance to try out a number of different creators (edited by Nat Gertler) in one affordable package. Who knows, perhaps you will find a new creator you never heard of before and love their work. You can find out more details of the events which surround this on the official page.

 

Paperback, 256 pages, published March 2007

This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 19 December, 2006.

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