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Comics A.M. | Taipei comics festival expected to draw 400,000
Conventions | The third Taipei International Comics and Animation Festival kicked off today in Taiwan, where organizers expect as many as 400,000 attendees over the next five days. Forty-seven artists, …
SDCC: Spotlight On “Street Angel” Creator Jim Rugg
The design-heavy work of indie cartoonist Jim Rugg takes the stage from "Street Angel" to "Afrodisiac" to his next big project.
Committed: 3 New Books About Amazing Teens – Moonhead, Street Angel, & The Shadow Hero
With Comic-Con International beginning today, I thought I’d recommend a few new books for you to look out for, specifically Moonhead and the Music Machine by Andrew Rae, Street Angel …
AdHouse to release hardcover of Jim Rugg’s ‘Street Angel’
AdHouse will collect Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca ‘s classic Street Angel into a fancy 176-page hardcover. According to The Comics Reporter, the collection will resemble AdHouse’s Afrodisiac volume (which …
Jim Rugg Designs A “Supermag”
The indie cartoonist known for "Afrodisiac" and "Street Angel" gets personal with his latest project, a one-man anthology inspired by zine-making, "Eightball," '90s magazine design and Jim Rugg's personal favorite art.
Forget Kid Rock, KISS and Eminem — Detroit brings in Jim Rugg
Jim Rugg’s made himself known through a series of thrilling projects both creator-owned and work-for-hire, doing work for Vertigo’s Minx line, collaborating with the frontman of the Dandy Warhols on …
Talking Comics with Tim: Jim Rugg
Regular readers of Robot 6 will not be surprised to read we’re fans of Jim Rugg‘s work. Rugg and I recently did an email interview regarding his latest collaboration with …
Street Angel film clip
Meant to link to this sooner, but I was um, mind wiped by Dr Pangea or something … in any event, last week MTV’s Splash Page posted a clip from …
Rugg provides artwork for Street Angel short film
Earlier this month Kevin posted about a Street Angel short film, based on Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca’s acclaimed mini-series from SLG. Now MTV’s Splash Page posts some new art …
Hey! There’s a Street Angel short film!
Like so many bloggers, I was a big fan of Jim Rugg and Brian Maruca’s 2004 series Street Angel, so I was thrilled to run across this item on Rugg’s …