Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Bergen Street Comics on Wednesday November 16th on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
Bergen Street Comics
470 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Laughing Ogre Comics on Monday November 14th on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
Laughing Ogre Comics
4258 N. High Street Columbus, OH 43214
1845 N. Western Ave, Chicago, IL 60647
Meet Cameron Stewart at Austin Books & Comics on Monday, November 11th. Press Release: Cameron Stewart’s Eisner Award-winning webcomic has been collected in its entirety in a hardcover volume by Dark Horse Comics, and we’re thrilled to host the artist’s only Texas stop on his whirlwind North American promotional tour! Pick up the new hardcover (we’ll also have Seaguy and more of Stewart’s books in stock, too!) and get it signed, ask questions, and get a chance to talk with the celebrated creator!
About Sin Titulo:
Following the death of his grandfather, young Alex Mackay discovers a mysterious photograph in the old man’s belongings that sets him on an adventure like no other-where dreams and reality merge, family secrets are laid bare, and lives are irrevocably altered.
Artist Duncan Fegredo appears at Page 45 on Wednesday October 23, 2013 from 5:30pm to 7:30pm! He will sign any and all books you bring, and sketch in one too. Plus there is an exclusive bookplate available! Click here for details!
9 Market Street, Nottingham NG1 6HY
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Secret Headquarters on Friday November 8th at 7:00pm on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
3817 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
Stan Sakai and Mike Richardson appear at the Portland Art Museum on Saturday, November 2, 2013 from noon till 3:00 PM!
The Rabbit Samurai in Portland: Stan Sakai on Usagi Yojimbo
Comic artist Stan Sakai, creator of Usagi Yojimbo, visits the Portland Art Museum to talk about his award-winning series and to share insights on his drawing techniques in a live demonstration. In 1984, Sakai created the beloved saga of the “rabbit samurai” Usagi Yojimbo, a character inspired by the life of the famous 17th-century samurai Miyamoto Musashi. Usagi lives without a master during an age of unrest and political intrigue, wandering the land on a musha shugyo (warrior’s pilgrimage), and occasionally selling his services as a bodyguard. Sakai’s stories and drawings include faithful references to Edo period (1603-1867) Japanese history and folklore, architecture, armor, and weapons. Usagi Yojimbo is also heavily influenced by Japanese cinema and includes references to the work of Akira Kurosawa (the title of the series is derived from Kurosawa’s 1961 filmYojimbo) and to icons of popular Japanese cinema such as Lone Wolf and Cub, Zatoichi, and Godzilla. Stan is the recipient of a Parents’ Choice Award, an Inkpot Award, an American Library Association Award, a Harvey Award, four Spanish Haxtur Awards, and several Eisner Awards. In 2003, he won the prestigious National Cartoonists Society Award in the Comic Book Division, and in 2011 Stan received the Cultural Ambassador Award from the Japanese American National Museum.
The Lure of the Samurai: A conversation with Stan Sakai and Mike Richardson
Two legendary figures in the comic art world, Stan Sakai and Mike Richardson, come together to talk about their passion for all things samurai. Why is the figure of the samurai such an enduring subject in the popular imagination, especially for comic artists and readers? Mike Richardson is the founder and president of Portland-based Dark Horse Comics. He and artist Stan Sakai recently collaborated on the short series 47 Ronin, among the best-known tales in Japanese history. The legend of the 47 Ronin and their epic mission to avenge their disgraced master epitomizes the samurai code of honor and has been endlessly interpreted throughout the ages. Learn more about how Richardson and Sakai brought their creative energies together for this critically acclaimed series.
Stan Sakai will sign copies of his books at 1:00pm and will be joined by Mike Richardson at 2:30pm following their conversation. Bring your own copies or visit the Museum Shop to purchase selected titles.
Download free Usagi Yojimbo video game
In conjunction with Samurai!, the Museum is pleased to present a special free version of Usagi Yojimbo: Way of the Ronin, a new video game based on the comic book. It is the first video game in 25 years featuring characters from the award-winning Usagi Yojimbo comic-book series by Stan Sakai. Players who visit Samurai! Armor from the Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Collectiongain access to a special passcode that will allow them to unlock a special level of the game. The video game was developed by Happy Giant in association with Dark Horse Comics. Developed exclusively for Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Licensed with permission.
Tickets $20, free for museum members. Ticket includes entry to both the noon and 1:30 talks, as well as admission to Samurai!and other Museum exhibitions. Purchase advance tickets online. This event is a partnership between the Museum and Dark Horse Comics.
Portland Art Museum
1219 SW Park Avenue Portland, OR 97205
Cameron Stewart is on tour supporting the release of the hardcover edition of his Eisner award winning webcomic, Sin Titulo. He’ll be at Floating World on Monday November 4th, from 6-8pm to meet fans and sign copies of his new book.
Following the death of his grandfather, Alex Mackay discovers an enigmatic photograph of the old man smiling happily with an unknown and alluring young woman. Could his grandfather—whom Alex remembers as a sad and broken soul, longing for death— have been leading a double life? Alex’s mounting obsession with unraveling this mystery snatches him away from his mundane existence and thrusts him into a weird and sordid world of ever-escalating danger—where dreams and reality merge, childhood traumas and family secrets are laid bare, and lives are irrevocably altered.
Cameron Stewart (B.P.R.D., Batman & Robin) blends elements of noir, magic realism, and autobiography in this highly lauded and Eisner Award–winning mystery-thriller.
Floating World Comics
400 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Arcane Comics on Saturday November 2nd on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
5809 15th Avenue NW, Seattle, WA 98107
Artist Cameron Stewart appears at Lucky’s Comics on October 26th on his Sin Titulo Tour! Cameron has worked on Batman & Robin, Catwoman, Seaguy, BPRD, Invisibles, and Assassins Creed to name just a few!
3972 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V5V 3P2, Canada