RT @FilmDan: @2000AD & @SelfMadeHero comics writer Ian Edginton will introduce @UniHertsArts PRIVATE LIFE OF SHERLOCK HOLMES screening on 10/03!
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RT @fpinternational: Upcoming: advance look at An Olympic Dream, forthcoming @SelfMadeHero release from the great Reinhard Kleist https://t.co/m5NtY1zwpl
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A fine bunch of comics on the shelves of @Shakespeare_Co in Paris! https://t.co/SKeAeLnDeW
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.@JAKeDetonator & @KrentAble made an ace mural for the #SaveCurzonSoho campaign. Here's how they did it: https://t.co/Eq3Qd0PqP0 @CurzonSoho
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Tag Archives: Vincent
It’s that time of year again: we’re off to Toronto for Canada’s finest convention. This weekend, the Reference Library will transform into the comic book Mecca that is TCAF, and SelfMadeHero will be centre stage (tables 142-43), offering handsome graphic novels, … Continue reading
This month, SelfMadeHero’s Art Masters series launches in North America with the release of Julie Birmant and Clément Oubrerie’s Pablo and Barbara Stok’s Vincent. The series has already won praise from the New York Observer, and this weekend Barbara Stok will be speaking at … Continue reading
It seems like yesterday that we were hopping on the train to Kendal for the inaugural Lakes International Comic Art Festival. With a long list of incredible guests and an impressive programme of events, it promised to be good. But the scale … Continue reading
Today we publish Vincent, a graphic biography of Van Gogh by Dutch creator Barbara Stok. The second book in SelfMadeHero’s Art Masters series, Vincent documents the brief and intense period of creativity Van Gogh spent in Arles, Provence. Away from Paris, the painter … Continue reading
We’re thrilled to be revealing our catalogue for spring 2014, which is now available here in all its glory. It’s a wonderfully varied and impressive list of books, perhaps our strongest to date. As you may already have heard, May … Continue reading