Posts Tagged ‘pirates’

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Carl Yonder

I recently discovered local comic artist Carl Yonder, and learned he has a current comic-book series and plans to sign issues at Baltimore Comic-Con this weekend.
Let the Q-and-A begin.
Washington City Paper: What type of comic work or cartooning do you do?
Carl Yonder: I’ve done a variety of comic work; a four issue mini-series, some short stories [...]

Meet a Local Cartoonist: A Chat with Jennifer Zyren Smith

Jennifer Zyren Smith is a local cartoonist responsible for the Web comic LaSalle’s Legacy, which is a seafaring strip created with manga's simplified lines and style. "It's a manga-inspired fantasy graphic novel and has been online for a year and a half," she says. Smith has collected the comic as both a print-on-demand comic book [...]

International Ink: Pirates, Ghosts, and Wookies, Oh My!

Books for review have been piling up again, but the fall con schedule has been working against me. Here's some quick hits of material I've read recently.
Set to Sea by Drew Weing (Fantagraphics, $16.99) is a graphic novel largely because there's nothing else to call these things yet. The book is about 150 pages long, [...]