With STAR HAWKS, VOL. 2 at the printer, we don’t want you to have to wait too long before reading the conclusion…so we’re happy to tell you that coming August, 2018, LOAC will publish STAR HAWKS, VOL. 3: 1979-1981, the final volume of this ground-breaking series by Gil Kane and Archie Goodwin.
Author Archive | Kurtis Findlay
Welcome to the very first episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast, hosted by Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay!
In this episode, Dean and Kurtis discuss Disney’s Christmas Classics, Silly Symphonies Vol. 3, and The Man from the Great North. Plus, get to know LOAC Associate Editor Bruce Canwell!
The first volume isn’t even out and we’re announcing volume two? Yes, we’re plowing ahead and bringing you FOR BETTER OR FOR WORSE: THE COMPLETE LIBRARY, VOLUME TWO: 1983-1986, by Lynn Johnston, coming in July 2018!
PREVIEWS has released its November 2017 catalog for products in shops January 2018 and beyond. Let’s take a look at the LOAC and EuroComics books that are found within:
As part of an ongoing celebration of throughout our tenth year of comics preservation, we are launching a few new ways to connect with our incredible fans and supporters. Beginning in November, we will be releasing a monthly podcast, hosted by Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay, that will be your look into the behind-the-scenes work that goes into bringing these classic comic strips and incredible European albums to your shelves.
We encourage all you listeners to get involved. Send us your questions about our books, meeting creators, restoration processes or anything else on your mind and we will answer them on the show.
Check out this preview episode and stay tuned for the first full episode, coming in November!
Coming July, 2018, LOAC’s sister imprint EuroComics will publish—for the first time in English—the winner of the Angoulême Festival award for Best Foreign Graphic Album, THE SILENCE OF MALKA, by Jorge Zentner and Rubén Pellejero
“A very original re-reading of the legend of Golem.”—The New Observer
“A sumptuous story of exile.”—The World of Books