Friday, January 28, 2011

Quickies #5

Eduardo Ferigato draws The Last Phantom

Sergio Cariello draws The Action Bible (the Bible, but superhero style)

Edgar Indalecio Smaniotto created the blog Banda Desenhada Brasil (in Portuguese) where he posts articles and reviews originally published in HQBrasil, his column about Brazilian comics in the Portuguese magazine BD Jornal.

Waldez won the first prize in The Ranan Lurie International Hispanic Political cartoon Award 2010, in the USA, and Simanca won the third prize.

Matt Fraction and Fabio Moon's Casanova is back.

Six BR independent comic books (actually, 5 magazines and 1 journal) were nominated to the Alternative category in the Angoulême Festival: Café Espacial, A3 Quadrinhos, Consequências, Top! Top! (that had already been nominated last year), Jam and Café Expresso (a newspaper related to Café Espacial). We'll probably know who won by monday.

Sources: Bigorna, Blog dos Quadrinhos, Neorama dos Quadrinhos and Universo HQ

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