Isadora Duncan: A Graphic Biography -- a graphic telling of the life of famous and controversial dancer Isadora Duncan, from her unconventional California childhood to her tragic death on the French Riviera.
The Dance, September 1930. Illustrated by John Vassos (Romanian/American, 1898-1985). Vassos studied at the Art Students league under notable artists such as George Bridgman, John Sloan, and others. Vassos landed a job as illustrator for Harper’s and New Yorker magazines, as well as created advertisements for Packard Automobiles and French Line cruise ships. His illustrations were commissioned and featured in the literary works of Oscar Wilde.
Aya -- "That's what I wanted to show in Aya: an Africa without the . . . war and famine, an Africa that endures despite everything because, as we say back home, life goes on." --Marguerite Abouet. A award winning graphic novel about a teens life in Ivory Coast during the 70s.
FIRST ISSUES: An admirable first issue must, above all else, contain such matter as will compel a reader to buy the second issue. At the same time, while provoking curiosity through mysteriousness, a good first issue must avoid being so...