Monday, April 6, 2015

WonderCon 2015 - Sunday Edition

Even though we're not tabling this year, we did have time to pop in, chat with friends and pick up some books at this year's WonderCon. It was quite busy for an Easter Sunday, much more so than last year. We did check out Action Lab's panel, where they talked about their current projects and what to look forward to in the future. Afterwards, we had limited time on the exhibition floor but managed to pick up some new indie titles that we can't wait to read.

Next year, we'll be tabling at WonderCon's new location... Downtown Los Angeles. *crosses fingers*




Action Lab Panel

Easter Bunny and zombie


What we picked up!



Tuesday, March 17, 2015

New mini-comic posted on my Tumblr!

It's a short story called, Daughter. It's about a high school girl in Calais, Maine who gets killed in cold blood. Her reputation was far from squeaky clean but she was still a person who deserved much more.

Morgan Beem did the excellent art and Shin-Wey Lu did the lettering.


Art by Morgan Beem


Check it out here!

Thursday, February 19, 2015

What's new this year?

If any of you lads are wondering if we're tabling at any shows this year, the answer is...no.

We're taking a break from setting up at conventions because a) it's exhausting b) it's expensive and c) we're taking the time to build new material. While we are writing, pitching and developing new stories we will be posting the occasional update or random tidbit from our exciting (read: dull) lives.

In the meantime, check back (or follow our Facebook page) for any recent news.


This is fuel, otherwise known as a donut.



Wednesday, December 17, 2014

Happy holidays from us!

Just wanted to wish everyone a fun holiday and happy new year! Stay tuned for more indie comics from us in the coming months.

*Rob & Giulie*


Monday, October 27, 2014

Tabling at Comikaze!

For the third year in a row we'll be tabling at Comikaze in Downtown Los Angeles! All weekend long (Oct 31st - Nov 2nd) we'll be set up in Artist Alley @ AA616. That also means this year's show falls on Halloween weekend, which should make for a really fun time!

We'll have our entire line up of comics: Golden Age, Rainbowbeard, One Night On Earth and the newest title, Niagara (with art by the super talented Claire Connelly). So put on your Halloween costume and come on down to the show!




Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Long Beach Comic Con 2014

Last weekend we attended LBCC and it was pretty cool. This is the first year I attended as a guest (more on that in a sec) which was a relief cause we finally took our time to walk down Artist Alley and say hi to some friends. When you're tabling at a show, you don't have that luxury.
Here are the few things we checked out:



by Felix Gambell

by Jamie Gambell

Model by Jesse Mesa Toves using Ultimaker

And on Sunday I went to my first panel, Comics Alliance: Hire This Woman. This was moderated by Janelle Asselin and the other panelists included Barbara Kesel, Jody Houser and October Crifasi. It was a lot of fun; these ladies are mighty impressive so I was very honored to be there. Can't wait to do another one!




Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Sherman Oaks Expo - August 17th

A few weeks ago, we attended the first ever Sherman Oaks Expo. It was hosted by the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks and presented by DJ's Universal Comics!

It was a one day show where local indie creators got the chance to sell their comics, talk to fans and meet new readers from the area. Like our friends Jared Sams and the Penguin Vs Possums team, we were excited to table at this event and hope to see more in the future.


Rob & Giulie
Our latest releases.
 

Saturday, July 19, 2014

Paranormal Romance story

I have a short story in Grayhaven's anthology series, The Gathering: Paranormal Romance. "State of Mind" is about two angels who can never be together (kinda like Wings Of Desire). Simona Binni illustrated it and Marcello Iozzoli did the gray tones.

Years ago, I had a Myspace (didn't we all?) And I put together collages of things that interested me like photography and movies. I pasted together these images of subways...and the black & white photo of an angel talking to a man in a trench coat caught my eye. It appears they are standing at a stairway to heaven, talking about their complicated relationship. At least that's what it looks like to me.

So that small inspiration stayed with me for a long time (approx seven years).



When I finally got a chance to write it, I sent Simona other photo references to get the setting just right. The final result was right on the money.





 You can see a preview of it on my personal tumblr page, GiulieTruly.