Author Archive | Kurtis Findlay

Fable of Venice in Venice!

We got this message from our Corto Maltese translator Simone Castaldi, who was wandering through Venice when something caught his eye!

I was in Venice last week and they have our Fable of Venice pretty much everywhere! And especially at the really cool Libreria Acqua Alta. (The gondola in the back is actually real – only filled with books)

-Simone

Look for Corto Maltese: The Secret Rose, the next volume in the complete Corto Maltese series, coming to comic shops in February!

Episode 011 with special guest Wallace Ryan

Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay are back for another episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast!

Dean and Kurtis are back to discuss this month’s releases, including Superman: The Silver Age Sundays, Vol. 1: 1959-1963, Enola Holmes, Vol. 1: The Case of the Missing Marquess, and Batman: The Silver Age Dailies complete 3-volume boxset! Plus, Kurtis talks to loyal LOAC supporter Wallace Ryan to talk about his life in the comic world and his LOAC complete collection!

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Episode 010 – Comic-Con Debrief

Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay are back for another episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast!

Dean and Kurtis are back from a short break to talk about their Comic-Con experience! Plus, hear from fans at Comic-Con about why they love For Better or For Worse, and listen to clips of Dean Mullaney and Lynn Johnston from their Comic-Con panel appearances! Plus, Star Hawks! Star Wars! Corto Maltese! Quest of Ewilan! And we answer all of your questions!

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Corto Maltese: The Opera?

Although Corto Maltese has been a cult favorite in North America for years—and is finally being translated by us in definitive English-language editions—many fans may not realize just HOW popular the series is worldwide.

Here’s a clue: On September 20 and 22, The Teatru Manoel Youth Opera in Malta will  perform an opera based on Corto Maltese: The Ballad of the Salty Sea!

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