Apr. 3rd, 2010 | 09:33 am
It's official! I will be exhibiting with Cellar Door Publishing at booth 746 at C2E2.
Reed Expositions have set up a nice con planner and booth locator here. I've marked our spot on it for your convenience.
I will have a limited number of copies of "The Marvel" for sale, as well as some t-shirts from store.rscarbonneau.com
It's looking to be a great show, and I can't wait to see you there!
Oct. 1st, 2009 | 03:38 pm
I hope everyone's been enjoying the work of Zak Kinsella on Zoroaster In Aethiopia. Expect to see two more pages from Zak this month, as well as new art from Jonathan Wyke, a talented British artist (and antiques collector from my understanding) who furnishes Zoroaster's world with realistic settings and styles. Such as these:
Next Saturday is the Kinzie Corridor Art Walk, for which I will be IN CHICAGO to support my good friend Patrick Morrissey. He will be occupying the Fulton Street Collective as his own private gallery for an afternoon. Join us, won't you? For more information, visit their website.
October 10th 2009 | 12 p.m. - 8 p.m. |
2010 W. Carroll Ave Chicago, IL 60612 | 312 . 829 . 2787
Also, you can expect a very short little comic from me and Patrick in the near future, as soon as I get around to digitally manipulating the thing. It's entitled "We Are Pilots" and here's a tease:
Higher res pics available at rscarbonneau.com/wordpress
Apr. 19th, 2009 | 06:21 pm
If you haven't checked out my interview at alterati.com you can still download it here.
The "G-spot" is a great fringe culture podcast, and I really hope you continue listening to it, not just for my interview. Joseph Matheny is a wonderful interrogator interviewer, and a really cool guy. His questions are insightful, and he showed a real enthusiasm for Jack's story, and an appreciation for the comic.
I also want to remind you that Side:B The Music Lover's Comic Anthology is still available for preorder in this month's Diamond Previews.
I'm still looking for fill-in artists for "Zoroaster." I've got some great artists lined up with whom it is my pleasure to work. But there are many facets to this story, and your vision could be a part of it.
Email me for details at email@example.com
And if you're visiting from the gspot, thanks for stopping by!
Finally, Sekhet-Maat Lodge of the O.T.O. in Portland is using Robin's art from "The Marvel" on their website as well as on hand outs promoting their Gnostic Mass. You can view the image on their website here.
Apr. 12th, 2009 | 12:29 am
Today marks the return of updates (for a little while anyhow) of The Marvel, as well as a new page of Zoroaster in Aethiopia!
From the blurb I posted under "Zoroaster:"
This first installment features art by Sergio Carrera, best known currently for his work on "After the Cape 2" but from whom you'll be seeing a lot more in the future.
There will be other artists as well bringing the tale to life. Will you be one of them?
If you are interested in helping create this vision, you can email me samples of your work at r.s.carbonneau [at] gmail.com
The obligation would be no more than 5 or 6 pages of your finished art.
Dec. 29th, 2008 | 07:26 am
Also simul-toon-casted at rscarbonneau.com
Jack gets flirty with his wife’s sister, and I name drop Byron and a Greek Titan. Good stuff!
Dec. 27th, 2008 | 06:08 pm
It's still in its infancy, so any suggestions as to how to make it sexier would be appreciated. I will be using it to post some previews of things to come in the Marvel, as well as new projects that I think deserve your attention. I'll still be using livejournal, and my other networks, but I want to treat the new rscarbonneau.com (bookmark it!) as a homebase for all things me.
Please visit and let me know what you think.
Dec. 22nd, 2008 | 06:59 am
Happy holidays, everyone. Whatever you celebrate, do it safely and in good spirits. I for one will be celebrating Mandatory Paid Thursday Off.
Dec. 15th, 2008 | 06:11 am
Dec. 8th, 2008 | 02:00 pm
Jack leads the Gnostic Mass (attended by some of his friends in the LA Sci-Fi Society), plus an excerpt from a letter to AC by W. Smith.
In addition we've got a bomb new logo from Robin, and I've tweaked the site settings slightly to make it more appealing to you, the reader.