Éditions TRIP is a small alternative publisher whose mandate is to raise awareness of Quebecois comics on the international market. Trip was created and is managed by Stanley Wany and Marc Tessier. They uphold the works of Quebecois artists who have an original vision and a captivating narrative. We seek …read more
Bill Amend was born in New England and moved to the San Francisco Bay area when he was twelve. He is a former Eagle Scout, tuba player, math club president, and contributor to the student newspaper with twice-weekly editorial cartoons. He graduated from Massachusetts Amherst College with a degree in physics. After working for …read more
Christian Hincker, who uses the pseudonym Blutch, is the creator behind Peplum, a homosexual tragedy that was serialized in the French magazine A Suivre and later collected at Cornélius. As an illustrator he has contributed to Libération, Les Inrockuptibles, and The New Yorker. His other works include Sunnymoon, Tu Es …read more
Ivan Brunetti, Assistant Professor in the Art and Design Department of Columbia College Chicago, teaches courses on drawing, design, illustration, cartooning, and graphic novels. In 2005 he curated The Cartoonist’s Eye for the A+D Gallery of Columbia College Chicago, an exhibit that served as a preview for An Anthology of Graphic Fiction, Cartoons, and …read more
David B. is a French comic book artist and writer, and one of the founders of L’Association. After studying advertising at the Duperré School of Applied Arts in Paris, Beauchard began working in comics in 1985, and wrote and illustrated stories in numerous magazines, including Okapi, À suivre, Tintin Reporter, …read more
Boulet, the pen name for Gilles Roussel, is a French comic book creator and cartoonist born February 1, 1975 in Meaux, France. He was among the first French cartoonists to become famous by publishing a comic strip weblog, starting in July 2004. Roussel studied art at the Graduate School of …read more
C.F. is an artist and musician based in Providence, RI. A prolific cartoonist. He will debut his latest book, MERE, at TCAF 2013. he has completed three editions of the projected multi-volume Powr Mastrs series and one book of drawings and graphics entitled Sediment. He widely considered one of the most important …read more
SelfMadeHero is an independent graphic novel publisher based in London. Since its launch in 2007, SelfMadeHero has gained huge critical acclaim for its various series including Original Fiction and Graphic Biography.
Since 2002, Colosse has published lovingly crafted, ephemeral small print run of more or less experimental comics, essays or sketchbooks from (mostly) Québécois authors. Only available at festivals we attend or by mail order, the Colosse collection is a haven for projects too risky, personal or radical for the bloody …read more
Benign Kingdom is a creator-owned publishing project designed to showcase the art of independent comic creators. It was founded by Evan Dahm (Rice Boy), Becky Dreistadt & Frank Gibson (Tiny Kitten Teeth), KC Green (Gunshow), and Yuko Ota & Ananth Panagariya (Johnny Wander), with assistance by George Rohac.