CBR: CCI: Fantagraphics Celebrates 35 Years of Publishing
Indie comics publisher Fantagraphics Books commemorated 35 years in the business with two major archival reprint announcements at Comic-Con.
Full article here.
Oh hey, here`s a novel idea: get Palomar and B. Krigstein: Comics back in print. I`ve got a hundred dollar bill right here that I`d love to be able to give FB for both of those books (and so do the people who pay $125 for each of them the second they go up on eBay)... I`m just sayin`, guys...
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Please note that this article contains a number of factual errors:
• The first books in our EC series will be the Kurtzman war book and the Wally Wood book followed by the Davis and Williamson books, not the other way around.
• The artist Robert Williams or "Robt. Williams" as he signs his work is misidentified as "Rob T. Williams."
• The Nostalgia Journal was renamed The Comics Journal with issue #32 in 1977, not with issue #177.
• The Mattotti/Piersanti book Stigmata has already been published; the Mattotti book which was announced at the panel is The Crackle of the Frost.
In response to I'maWheel, reprints of Palomar and the Krigstein book are planned but not scheduled yet.