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New Meetup: French Comics and Animation Festival!

From: Andy
Sent on: Friday, April 16, 2010 6:38 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Baltimore Genshiken - Anime, Manga, Gaming and Cosplay Club!

What: French Comics and Animation Festival!

When: Monday, April 19,[masked]:00 PM

1300 W Mt Royal Ave
Baltimore, MD 21217

Jos? Villarrubia host a lecture on "Color in Comics"

In comics, Villarrubia has done digitally manipulated illustrations for Veils, Promethea and The Sentry. As a colorist he is frequent collaborator of Jae Lee (Hellshock, Fantastic Four 1234, Captain America), Bill Sienkiewicz (Sentry/Hulk, X-Men Unlimited), J.H. Williams III (Promethea, Desolation Jones), Paul Pope (Solo, Project Superior, Batman: Year 100), Scott Hampton (Batman: Gotham County Limits), Kaare Andrews (Spider-Man/Doctor Octopus: Year One, Wolverine, Spider-Man: Reign), Ryan Sook ('Spider-Man Unlimited, X-Factor) and Richard Corben (CAGE, Ghost Rider, Conan the Cimmerian). He is currently coloring Conan the Cimmerian and Kull for Dark Horse Comics. He has won the Comicdom Award for best colorist for his work on X-Factor [2], has been nominated twice for the Eisner Award for best colorist and has been included in The Society of Illustrators Annual Exhibition. [3]

With writer Alan Moore, he has produced two illustrated books, both published by Top Shelf Productions: Voice of the Fire and The Mirror of Love. Mirror is a love poem and a detailed history of homosexuality, prominently featuring famous figures in art and literature. It originally began as a part of the AARGH! Anthology in 1988. AARGH! [Artists Against Rampant Government Homophobia] was a comic book protest against Britain's proposed anti-Gay Section 28.[4] It was translated and published in French as Le Miroir de l'amour (November 2006), by Carabas Revolution, in Italian as Lo Specchio dell'Amore (September 2008) by Edizioni BD and in Spanish as El Espejo del amor (November 2008) by Editorial Kraken.

MICA, Main Building, 1300 W. Mount Royal Ave., Baltimore, Free
-8 p.m., Room 110: Lecture by MICA illustration faculty member Jos? Villarrubia, Color in Comics

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