At Comic-Con International, the Canadian publisher announced new books from Adrian Tomine, Lisa Hanawalt and more.
At Comic-Con International yesterday, Drawn & Quarterly announced several new graphic novels for 2020, including new work from Adrian Tomine, R. Sikoryak, Leslie Stein and Walter Scott, among others.
Check them out below.
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Publisher sites 2015 essay “comparing cultural appropriation and transgender people” as a reason they canceled the project.
Three days after announcing plans to publish Sadbøi by cartoonist Berliac, Drawn & Quarterly issued an apology and said they no longer plan to release the graphic novel.
The quick version:
- The project was announced last Tuesday, which spurred several reactions on social media.
- The issues raised mainly centered around statements Berliac made in 2015 in an essay comparing cultural appropriation and transgender people, and his subsequent reaction to criticism of that essay.
- Berliac responded to D+Q’s decision on Facebook.
So what’s this all about? Let’s break it down …
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A cop hunts for a lost dog on the moon in the new graphic novel from Drawn & Quarterly.
Drawn & Quarterly’s 2016 Free Comic Book Day offering sent Tom Gauld’s Mooncop to the top of my “most anticipated fall releases” list, and as of now we’re only a week away before it drops. With that in mind, here are a couple of items to whet the appetite. First, our old friend Graeme McMillan spoke with Gauld for Wired and shared five reasons Mooncop will be your new favorite graphic novel. In the piece, Gauld explains where the idea came from in the first place:
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