Lisa Rosalie Eisenberg has a story in the inaugural issue of The Strumpet, which features the work of female cartoonists from the US and UK. It won’t be released until mid-November, but if this preview page has you wanting more, you can pre-order your copy at The Strumpet’s Kickstarter.
BT Livermore has an illustration featured in this week’s Willamette Week newspaper.
This last weekend, Tranquility Base tabled at Portland’s annual book event, Wordstock. As part of our booth, we set up a demo desk where studio members worked on penciling and inking comics to the amazement of the viewing public.
BT Livermore illustrated this week’s cover of the Portland Mercury. Here it is in its natural environment, a Portland coffeeshop.
The final poster for the Midnight Movie screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Sept. 2 at the Bagdad. Art and design by Indigo Kelleigh.
Indigo is working on a poster for a local screening of Who Framed Roger Rabbit. Check out the inks! This will be digitally painted and laid over a background element that’s already completed.
The DC Fifty-TOO Blog, a series of covers for series which DC Comics WILL NOT be rebooting this September as part of their universe-wide relaunch, begins today with a cover by Indigo Kelleigh, featuring his all-time favorite DC Character, Blue Devil!
Les McClaine has a new project online:
TUNE, written by Derek Kirk Kim and drawn by me is updating!
This Thursday at 7:30 PM, won’t you Portland folks head on over to the Jack London bar (a new space in the basement of the Rialto) and see a LIVE comics reading featuring Tranquility Base’s own Lisa Eisenberg and Sarah Oleksyk? Erika Moen and Jeff Parker will be reading from their webcomic Bucko, and Jim Hill will be reading his works as well! What’s not to love? Hope to see you there!
All the info you need: Comics Underground!