thoughtbubble anthology – tula lotay & various

October 30, 2011

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The ThoughtBubble Anthology, from which the above pages are taken, is due out from Image Comics. The latter two pages are unlettered (you’ll have to buy the book to see what the story- by Rufus Hound and Tula Lotay after a Lovecraft story- is). The work is by some of the countries’ best creators, who will be in attendance at the Festival, as well as a cover by New York’s finest, Becky Cloonan, who we welcome back to Thought Bubble again this year. Links to ThoughtBubble’s own pages are found by clicking on the above images, as well as directions about how to get your own copy of the Anthology.

ThoughtBubble is perhaps the United Kingdom’s finest and most inclusive festival. Spanning a full week and culminating on the weekend of the 19th November in Leeds, the festival includes workshops for children, an academic conference and film screenings as well as a very substantial turnout by the best artists and writers in the comics industry, for the Saturday and Sunday, at the Saville Hall and the Royal Armouries. An offshoot of the Leeds film festival, Thought Bubble truly has the feel of a City festival and can provide opportunities and inspiration for anyone who turns up, whether familiar with the medium or not. If you live in the UK and have not been to a comic convention, but have an iota of interest, this might be a good place to start.

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sketches – duncan fegredo

July 27, 2011

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Above, not a sketch, but one of Duncan’s panels from his chapter in the Nelson anthology.

Click on this for a super-enlarged version. As Nel overtakes me in age, I’m concerned for the future. Why is she necking that wine? Is this what happens?

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rebecca dart

July 27, 2011

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tulip – dylan teague

July 25, 2011

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Dylan Teague is really on a roll with this art. And I’ve not put his work following Tanino Liberatore for no reason. I’d like to see Dylan drawing a lot more. What could he do with the stories that Liberatore draws? Sketch blog under the link above, Deviant Art under the link below.

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batman – tanino libertore

July 25, 2011

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ashley wood

July 18, 2011

 

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black + white – travis charest

July 18, 2011

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casanova avaritia – matt fraction & gabriel ba

July 18, 2011

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the yellow nineties feat. aubrey beardsley

July 18, 2011

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Click on any image to access this searchable database of pages from the legendary turn of the century publication, and to see work by one of it’s best known contributors, Aubrey Beardsley.

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alex toth: setting the standard

July 15, 2011

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A long preview pdf under the last image.

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pirates – gipi

July 15, 2011

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covers & interview – marcos martin

July 11, 2011

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(click on any of the 3 images immediately above to read the fantastic long interview that Michel Fiffe carried out with Marcos Martin, and see more artwork).

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