Posts Tagged ‘Frank Santoro’
by Dan Nadel
Thursday, January 20, 2011
Tonight in sunny Los Angeles our own Frank Santoro is opening an exhibition of new drawings. Go see him (yes, he’ll be there!) and be sure to ask him about Scorpio Rose. That works every time. I got to see a bunch of the work in progress when I was in Pittsburgh last September and this stuff really is stunning. You’re in for a real treat. I posted a preview over on PBox, and here’s the info:
7914-B SANTA MONICA BLVD T. 772.202.2733
WEST HOLLYWOOD, CA 90046
Opening Reception: Thursday, January 20th, from 7 to 10pm
Thursday, January 20th – Friday, February 18th , 2011
Labels: Frank Santoro
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Hello and welcome to ComicsComics weekend edition. This week I am presenting a slew of interviews I conducted with a plethora of cartoonists who exhibited at this year’s Pittsburgh Indy Comics Expo. Some of the names may be well known to you while others may be appearing on your radar for the first time. I had a lot of fun doing these interviews. It felt very old world fandom or something. Thanks to everyone who participated for putting up with my antics. And if I missed you this year, look for me next year.
Sunday, September 12, 2010
I was interviewed by Sean T. Collins over at Marvel.com about my Silver Surfer story for the Strange Tales II series. Check it out!
Labels: color, Frank Santoro, Marvel, Sean T. Collins
by Dan Nadel
Wednesday, September 8, 2010
First: We will be at SPX in Bethesda, MD, tables G5-G8. Frank will of course be occupying one table, foisting his epic back issue selection on you, the unsuspecting yet increasingly discerning consumer!
There will be many wonderful things at PBox for you to blow your cash on:
-We will be hosting Brian Ralph and Paul Lyons as they launch the new issue of Monster, featuring work by Brinkman, Chippendale, CF, Drain, Goldberg, and many others.
-Garo Manga: The First Decade – Ryan Holmberg’s essential history
-A new zine by Matthew Thurber and Billy Grant
-Yuichi Yokoyama’s BABYBOOMFINAL – Yokoyama’s insane art/comics heavyweight tome
-Our full line of vintage Brazilian porn
-Deep and dark publications from the Paris house United Dead Artists, including Permagel by Charles Burns
-And because no one except Jason Miles asked for it: Complete runs of the early 1980s classic: New York City Outlaws!
-We will also have one, that’s right, ONE, copy of If ‘n Oof for you to ogle and be amazed by.
If that wasn’t enough, we will be at the Brooklyn Book Festival on Sunday, with all of the above, and more! Come see us in Suburban D.C. or downtown Brooklyn.
by Dash Shaw
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
There’s a new website for the animated movie I’m doing. Ray Sohn designed it. It’s a shared production blog. Expect to see: storyboards, character model sheets, production drawings, background paintings, frames, animatics, color separations, some writing, original cartoons for the site, videos we like by other people, and I’m posting a drawing from my sketchbook every weekday on it. Check it out and you will get the idea.
Labels: animation, anime, Dash Shaw, Frank Santoro, not comics
by Dash Shaw
Friday, July 30, 2010
Michael DeForge, Brandon Graham and our own Frank Santoro do some fun comic shop talk with Robin McConnell on the latest Inkstuds podcast. Consider this a CC-approved way to procrastinate from whatever life is imposing on you right now.