Drawn & Quarterly Announce SDCC 2014 Plans

Press Release:

SAN DIEGO COMIC-CON IS ALMOST HERE!

You know what time of year it is – you’re a savvy bunch. We don’t need to tell you more about Comic-Con International in San Diego, taking place next week at the San Diego Convention Center.

BUT WE WILL!

We are delighted to have D+Q well represented at this year’s Comic-Con International (running Wednesday July 23rd through Sunday July 27th). Come out for talks and signings with Comic-Con Special Guest Mimi Pond (Over Easy), Lisa Hanawalt (My Dirty Dumb Eyes), Matt Forsythe(Jinchalo, Adventure Time), Gilbert Hernandez (Bumperhead), and D+Q staffers Tracy and Julia! Full details below.

D+Q AUTHORS AT COMIC-CON:

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CCI Special Guest Mimi Pond

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Gilbert Hernandez

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Lisa Hanawalt

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Matthew Forsythe

D+Q’S PANELS AND SIGNINGS

All our signings take place at booth 1629! Come say hi on preview night or check out our full slate of fun and interesting events throughout the show. And make sure to come to the D+Q Jeopardy panelon Saturday morning – we’ll be making some big announcements and hosting a few giveaways!

THURSDAY JULY 24TH

1 pm Mimi Pond signing (until 3 pm)
4 pm Gilbert Hernandez signing (until 5 pm)

FRIDAY JULY 25TH

12 pm Gilbert Hernandez signing (until 1 pm)
12 pm Mimi Pond panel: FOR LOVE OR MONEY: CREATING PERSONAL AND PROFESSIONAL ART in Room 28DE
1 pm Mimi Pond signing (until 2 pm)
2 pm Lisa Hanawalt signing (until 3 pm)
3 pm Matt Forsythe signing (until 4 pm)
4:30 pm HUMOR IN GRAPHIC NOVELS AND ILLUSTRATION panel with Drew Friedman, Lisa Hanawalt, and Mimi Pond, hosted by Tom Spurgeon in Room 26AB
5:30 pm Lisa Hanawalt and Mimi Pond signing (until 6:30 pm)

Full panel descriptions available here.

SATURDAY JULY 26TH

10 am DRAWN AND QUARTERLY JEOPARDY panel in Room 4 with D+Q’s Managing Editor Tracy Hurren and Editorial and Marketing Manager Julia Pohl-Miranda
12 pm Mimi Pond signing (until 1 pm)
1 pm Lisa Hanawalt signing (until 3 pm)
2 pm Matt Forsythe signing (until 3 pm)
5 pm Gilbert Hernandez signing (until 6 pm)
5 pm MIMI POND SPOTLIGHT panel in Room 9

Full panel descriptions available here.

SUNDAY JULY 27TH

11 am Lisa Hanawalt signing (until 12 pm)
12 pm Mimi Pond signing (until 1 pm)
1 pm Gilbert Hernandez signing (until 2 pm)
3 pm FICTIONALIZED NONFICTION panel in Room 32AB with Gilbert Hernandez, David Lasky, andMimi Pond, hosted by Heidi Macdonald

Full panel descriptions available here.

DEBUT TITLES AT COMIC CON ’14!

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Gilbert Hernandez’s Bumperhead

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Guy Delisle’s Even More Bad Parenting Advice

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John Porcellino’s The Hospital Suite

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Special S&N edition!

QC/ON – On Loving Women Signings

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Press Release:

Diane Obomsawin is taking her talk on the road! She’ll be in attendance at launch parties for On Loving Women in both Montreal and Toronto in the coming weeks.

MONTREAL
Librairie D+Q, 211 Rue Bernard Ouest Montréal, QC H2T 2K5
Thursday February 20th, 7 pm
Presentation to be followed by a Q&A and signing.

TORONTO
Henhouse, 1532 Dundas St. W. Toronto, ON M6K 1T5
Friday March 7th, doors at 9 pm, slideshow at 9:45 pm
Presentation to be followed by an interview hosted by Alex Tigchelaar and a signing.

WA – Woman Rebel Lecture

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Peter Bagge appears with Cienna Madrid on Thursday, September 26, 2013 from 7:30 – 9:00PM!

Press Release:

You might know the story of Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger—but chances are you’ve never heard (or seen!) anyone tell it like Seattle alternative-comics master Peter Bagge. The Harvey Award-winning author of the comic series Hate launches Women Rebel, his graphic-novel biography of social and political maverick Sanger, in a slideshow focusing on her activism and how the book came together, with original sample pages. Then, in conversation with Cienna Madrid of The Stranger, Bagge expands on the life of the birth-control activist, educator, nurse, mother, and protofeminist, making Sanger whole and human and showing how her flaws fueled her fiery activism just as much as her compassionate nature did.

Presented by: Presented by: Town Hall as part of the Arts & Culture series, with Elliott Bay Book Company, Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest, and Drawn & Quarterly. Sponsored by City Arts.
Tickets: $5.
Doors open: 6:30 pm.

Town Hall
1119 8th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101

CA – Reggie-12 Signing

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Cartoonist Brian Ralph appears at Secret Headquarters on Wednesday, September 11th from 7-9 PM with Drawn & Quarterly for an evening to celebrate the launch of the highly-anticipated Reggie-12, a hilarious pop-culture send-up of the infallible boy hero first presented in the seminal Asian culture magazine Giant Robot. The Cave-In and Daybreak author will be presenting a hilarious slide show with a signing to follow.

Reggie-12 is a young robot with endless enthusiasm. He lives with a bumbling sad-sack friend, a wise-cracking cat, and a well-meaning but forgetful inventor. Laughs explode from the page in this work, which reinterprets classic Japanese adventure manga through Brian Ralph’s trademark style. Come along for a wild ride with Reggie-12, Casper, and Professor Tinkerton as they eat pizza, play video games, and get dissed by bad guys.

Secret Headquarters
3817 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026

NYC – Optic Nerve Signing

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Join New Yorker cartoonist Adrian Tomine (New York Drawings, Shortcomings) and Drawn & Quarterly at Bergen Street Comics on Thursday, August 1st beginning at 7PM for the release of a dazzling new issue of the two-decade-long comic book series, Optic Nerve. Issue #13 features three complete stories, each distinct in their tone and visual style. “Go Owls” is a dark comedy about 12-step programs, drug dealing, and minor league baseball. “Translated, from the Japanese,” illustrates the diary of a young Japanese mother, caught between two countries and hovering on the precipice of divorce. “Winter, 2012″ is an autobiographical glimpse into Tomine’s home life and his ongoing struggles with the modern world. Throughout Optic Nerve #13, Tomine channels contemporary zeitgeist and vernacular to produce flawlessly designed, compellingly readable stories. Come on by and pick up your copy, and be sure to toast the artist with a glass of bubbly. We hope to see you here!

RSVP on Facebook!

Bergen Street Comics
470 Bergen Street, Brooklyn, NY 11217

NYC – Susceptible Signing

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Geneviève Castrée signs at Desert Island in Brooklyn next Wednesday February 20th at 7:00 pm.

Geneviève Castrée was born in Québec in 1981. Sometimes interdisciplinary, she is mostly known for her work as an illustrator and cartoonist. Impatient and lazy, Geneviève never officially studied “art.” She has made a few books and has had a few exhibitions in places such as Canada, the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan

Desert Island 
540 Metropolitan Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11211
(718) 388-5087

OR – Susceptible Launch Party

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Geneviève Castrée appears at Floating World Comics on Thursday, March 7, 2013 from 6:00-9:00 pm for a Susceptible book release, artist presentation and signing

Author bio:
Geneviève Castrée was born in Québec in 1981. Sometimes interdisciplinary, she is mostly known for her work as an illustrator and cartoonist. Impatient and lazy, Geneviève never officially studied “art”. She has made a few books and has had a few exhibitions in places such as Canada, the United States, Europe, Australia, and Japan. Geneviève Castrée lives and works in the Pacific Northwest. She also has a music project called “Ô PAON”, and her first graphic novel SUSCEPTIBLE will be released in February 2013 by Drawn & Quarterly.

Floating World Comics
400 NW Couch Street, Portland, OR 97209
(503) 241-0227

ON – The Wayside Signing

Julie Morstad launches The Wayside in Toronto next Friday November 23rd at 7 pm at Type Books, 883 Queen St W, Toronto, ON! Anabela Piersol (Fieldguided) will be hosting a conversation with her, which will be followed by a book signing.

BC – The Wayside Signing

Julie Morstad launches The Wayside on her home turf next Saturday November 3rd at 7 pm at Lucky’s Comics, 3972 Main St in Vancouver! She’ll be giving a short talk, answering questions and signing books.

Lucky’s
3972 Main Street, Vancouver, BC V5V 3P2

ON – Graphic Novels Debut

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Adrian Tomine, Charles Burns, and Chris Ware appear at Bloor Hot Docs Cinema on Monday, November 12th, 2012 at 8:30 pm.

Press Release:

Prepare to welcome three of the most respected graphic novel creators in the world, as Charles Burns (Black Hole), Adrian Tomine (Optic Nerve), and Chris Ware (Acme Novelty Library) visit Toronto this November to debut their new books. These three contemporaries and friends will each show an all-new audio/visual presentation based on their new works, both interacting with one another and the audience. This is the centerpiece autumn event to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of venerable Toronto comics and alternative culture shop The Beguiling, at the nearby newly renovated Bloor Hot Docs Cinema (506 Bloor St. W.) in the heart of the Annex neighborhood.

Sure to be the talk of the literary world this fall and winter, these three new releases blur the lines between ‘traditional’ graphic novels, illustration, and the publishing avant-garde!

Charles Burns’ stunning follow-up to 2010’s bestselling X’ed Out is The Hive. It takes readers further into the recesses of the diseased world of X’ed Out, shattering the boundaries between comics and the people who read them.

Adrian Tomine’s New York Drawings collects over a decade of the comics, illustrations, and covers produced by the artist for publishing institution The New Yorker, alongside a number of other rare and uncollected pieces in a lavish oversized hard cover.

Chris Ware’s Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth has been hailed as a modern literary masterpiece, and Building Stories is Ware’s first and much-anticipated graphic novel length follow-up. Ware experiments further with form and medium: the story is a literal box. Beautifully presented as variously formatted and sized comics, graphic novels, newspapers and pamphlets, the ensemble creates a fascinating and compelling portrait of a seemingly ordinary young woman, and the building where she lives.

All three of these compelling arguments for the necessary survival of the printed word will be on sale at The Beguiling in advance of this event, each on different release dates (see below).

Admission to the 25th anniversary event is $10, but admissions tickets are free (while supplies last) with every advance purchase of any of the above new books at The Beguiling.

Bloor Hot Docs Cinema
506 Bloor Street West, Toronto, M5S 1Y3, ON

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