Scoop reviews Corto Maltese: The Ethiopian — “Like Under The Sign of Capricorn, Beyond The Windy Isles, and Celtic Tales before it, The Ethiopian transports the reader into a brilliantly crafted world, one in which Pratt continues his incredible blend of Ernest Hemmingway and Milton Caniff.”
We’re proud to announce another gorgeous book and another Angoulême winner! Jean-Pierre Gibrat received the Best Artist Award for his lushly colored “Flight of the Raven,” which we’ll release in January 2017. It’s one of the most stunningly beautiful comics of the 21st Century. The story takes place in Paris during the German Occupation and […]
Simone Castaldi, co-translator of our Corto Maltese series (not to mention Associate Professor of Romance Languages and Literature at Hofstra University!), recently returned from a sojourn in Europe. Among his travels was a stop at BD Mania, a fantastic comics store in Lisbon where he points out the first two of our English-language Corto books. […]
“A beautiful new omnibus from EuroComics…seriously compelling reading…For either newcomers or experienced fans, this is simply an awesome book.” — Scoop
Dean Mullaney and Rubén Pellejero in Barcelona in June—meeting each other for the first time. Dean and Lorraine Turner met with Rubén, his wife Mercé, and her sister Núria (who graciously translated for everyone—thanks, Núria!). Rubén floored Dean by presenting him with a page of original art from the epic Dieter Lumpen story, “The Reaper’s […]
Our much anticipated collection of the complete DIETER LUMPEN by Jorge Zentner and Rubén Pellejero is hitting stores any day. We received our copies today — plus, an advance copy of CORTO MALTESE: THE ETHIOPIAN, which will be in stores next month.
From a rave review of Paracuellos by Barbara Bryce Morris in Public Books: “Paracuellos, in the original and in Sonya Jones’s skillful translation, claims the authority of the oppressed and gives comics the transformative power of truth telling. Published soon after Franco died, the comic strips brought to the national consciousness an era that had […]
Hugo Pratt’s “Corto Maltese: Beyond the Windy Isles” has been nominated in the “Best American Edition of Foreign Material” category. The awards will be announced at the Baltimore Comic-Con in September.