Bob Corby (Amazing Tales of Entropy, Big Ears & Flat Feet, Leaves, Oh,Comics!) - Bob Corby (Amazing Tales of Entropy,Leaves, Oh,Comics!, Big Ears & Flat Feet, Test!) - Bob Corby has been self publishing since 1986 under the Back Porch Comics imprint. Publications include the anthology, Oh,Comics!, two Bunny Blues series (the first consisting of mystery stories and the second a romantic comedy), Test! ( a comic about math) and the just released Amazing Tales of Entropy ( a collection of his science fiction and fantasy stories).Bob is also the guy who runs SPACE (Small Press & Alternative Comics Expo) in Columbus. Next show is April 9 & 10, 2016. For more info about Back Porch Comics and SPACE go to www.backporchcomics.com
Monday, November 23, 2015
Bugbyte & Delade (Follower, Messenger) - Bugbyte & Delade are a husband and wife team from Buffalo, New York, who create science fiction, autobiographical, and nonfiction comics. Bugbyte has been creating webcomics since 2004, and her work has been included in anthologies like Earthbound Party! and Gamera vs Zine-ra. Delade’s first strike into the comics world was writing Follower which began in 2012, though he also contributes to Messenger and other comics from time to time. www.radiochio.com
Thursday, November 19, 2015
Monday, November 16, 2015
Zombie Turtle Comics - I am a bar tender by day and an artist by night! I've been doing art and comics for as long as I can remember. Zombie Turtle Comics is my art alias I use it for all my events and social media. My comic book characters include me and my wife(for my autobiographical comics) Galaxyman, Bananna-Man and Toilet Man for my more gross and vulgar super heroish comics! I also do illustrations of gross things for gallery shows, which I currently have up at the Soap gallery in Youngstown. Check me out on Facebook and Instagram!
Monday, November 9, 2015
Leading off this year’s list are Bill Griffith and Diane Noomin. Bill Griffith is the internationally recognized creator of Zippy the Pinhead. He is also one of the founding fathers of the underground comics movement which pioneered creator rights and is a direct forerunner of today’s independent comics scene of which PIX is a part. Diane Noomin is one of the founding mothers of the underground comics movement.
Two celebrated local comics makers, Dave Wachter and Sophie Goldstein, are also among this year’s guests. Both are relatively recent transplants; Wachter arrived here from Cincinnati via Chicago, while LA-native Goldstein recently relocated to Pittsburgh after graduating from the Center for Cartoon Studies. Wachter is a long time comics professional noted for his rare combination of dynamic composition and highly detailed rendering,
Night of 1,000 Wolves, Breath of Bones and Guns of Shadow Valley, published by IDW and Dark Horse. Goldstein is a three time Ignatz Award winner. Her work is noted for it’s clear line, careful composition and fine design. It has been included in Best American Comics 2013. Her first graphic novel, The Oven – which was originally serialized in the Pittsburgh-based anthology, Maple Key Comics – was recently released by AdHouse Books of Richmond, VA. Among her current projects is the ongoing House of Women.
Then we have Noah Van Sciver. Working in the tradition, founded by R. Crumb, of keenly observed, highly personal comics that turn inward as often as outward, Van Sciver is a prolific comics maker who is currently the Resident Fellow at the Center for Cartoon Studies. The last twelve months have seen him release two original graphic novels – Saint Cole and Fante Bukowski, both published by Fantagraphics – a stand-alone autobio comic book, My First Date, a collection of humor comics, Cheer Up, a diary comic, I Don’t Hate Your Guts, and the latest issue of his ongoing one-man anthology comic book series, Blammo; plus numerous contributions to other publications.
Stay tuned, more guests to come!
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Saturday, October 24, 2015
Jared Catherine (Walrus, Squatch Bros., Incrediman Comix & Stories) - Jared is a cartoonist and creator of the self-published series, Incrediman Comix & Stories. His other works include Mean Face, The Expressionless, Squatch Bros with Shawn Atkins and the critically acclaimed Walrus series with Brian John Mitchell. Jared’s work has appeared in various publications since 1996, starting with a series of Incrediman strips in his high school newspaper and includes a controversial series of editorial cartoons for Penn State Universities’ Daily Collegian. His work has also appeared in such anthologies as Memory and Love & Monsters.
Jared is also a co-host on the Pittsburgh based podcast, Comic Book Pitt with Dan Greenwald , Scott Hedlund & Shawn Atkins.