FREE 2015by David B., Niv Bavarsky, Box...smallpresspreviews: FREE 2015by David B., Niv Bavarsky, Box Brown, Patrick Crotty, Max de Radiguès, Hanna K., Alex Kim, Laura Knetzger, Kate Leth, Jason Little, Matt Madden, Jane Mai, Melissa Mendes, Oliver Schrauwen, Ben Sears, Jack Teagle, Derek Van Gieson, François Vigneault, cover by Chuck ForsmanPublished by Retrofit Comics / Big Planet ComicsCo-published with Oily Comics […]
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- Tonight, Borb launches at Bergen Street ComicsBergen Street Comics hosts Jason Little tonight to celebrate the release of his new book, Borb. The event starts at 7 p.m. If you’re within any reasonable distance of Brooklyn, we encourage you to attend. Hang out with Jason, check out the book and have a good time. There’s further info about the event here.
- Dragon’s Breath an Eisner nominee!MariNaomi’s wonderful book Dragon’s Breath and Other True Stories is an Eisner nominee for ‘Best Reality-Based Work.’ The title was a joint publication between 2D Cloud and Uncivilized Books, released at the Small Press Expo in 2014. We’re thrilled by the news, and wish Mari and our partners at 2D Cloud absolute congrats on their […]
- Incidents in the Night: Book 2 reviewed at This is InfamousShea Hennum writes well of David B.’s Incidents in the Night: Book 2 for the site This is Infamous. “It becomes not simply about what’s being told but about how it’s being told, where it’s being told, the lineage of tellers, and how what’s being told has been shrunk and grown and shaped by each […]
- Borb reviewed at The A.V. ClubFor the A.V. Club, Zainab Akhtar penned a great review of Jason Little’s Borb, absolutely nailing it. “So while this is the story of a life documented, it is equally a viewing experiment and a challenge. There’s no respite for Borb, and none for the reader. Nobody stops to talk to Borb—he’s stripped even of […]