Episode 001 with special guest Bruce Canwell

Welcome to the very first episode of the Library of American Comics & EuroComics Podcast, hosted by Dean Mullaney and Kurtis Findlay!

In this episode, Dean and Kurtis discuss Disney’s Christmas Classics, Silly Symphonies Vol. 3, and The Man from the Great North. Plus, get to know LOAC Associate Editor Bruce Canwell!

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A contender for Best Book of the Year

JT Lindroos at Euro Comics Roundup reviews two recent EuroComics titles:

“Alack Sinner: Age of Innocence” from IDW’s EuroComics is a contender for the best book of the year.” — JT Lindroos, Euro Comics Roundup

JEROME K. JEROME BLOCHE: The Shadow Killers —
“Jerome K Jerome Bloche is a very likable lead and this is a fine introduction to a series I expect to only get better as it builds its world, characters and (most likely) its running gags. Beautifully printed in an affordable hardback, I’m eager for the next several volumes. —JT Lindroos, Euro Comics Roundup
Here’s a preview of the second book!

JUST ANNOUNCED: The Silence of Malka

07_2018_Silence_of_MalkaComing July, 2018, LOAC’s sister imprint EuroComics will publish—for the first time in English—the winner of the Angoulême Festival award for Best Foreign Graphic Album, THE SILENCE OF MALKA, by Jorge Zentner and Rubén Pellejero


“A very original re-reading of the legend of Golem.”—The New Observer

“A sumptuous story of exile.”—The World of Books

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An absolutely spectacular example of what comics can be.

At the Official Comic-Con Blog, Steve Lieber reviews our first ALACK SINNER book:

“Munoz’s influence can be felt throughout today’s comics, but there’s no other work like this out there. No one else puts so much emotion on the page, or tells stories with this much rage and empathy and pain. I hope you’ll take a look at Alack Sinner, because it’s an absolutely spectacular example of what comics can be.”

Corto in Venice!

We received an advance copy of Fable of Venice from the printer. For fans who remember the 1981 NBM edition (the only English version available until now), you should be thrilled at how much better our new edition looks. Here’s a comparison so you can see how much art was actually missing in the old version!

First, here’s the old version from 1981:And below is our NEW EuroComics version with all lines intact: