Tuesday, December 21, 2010


2010 has been an amazing year for us. It's really awesome to see how much has changed in the last 10 years of our career, everything we have accomplished. Also, how the comic book world has changed in that time. We're feeling really good about comics right now, about our profession, our market, our peers, and it's a heart warming sensation to realize we are part of all this process of changes.
2010 can't really be summed up on a list, but here we go:

- Daytripper is a reality. One that we are really proud of, one that shows what we really want to do with comic books.
We couldn't be happier and it's still calling the attention of everyone on several "best of 2010" lists (When Words Collide, Weekly Crisis, TIME and MTV Geek for example). If more people end up reading it because of these lists, we'll be more than happy. I can't wait for the collected edition to come out next February.
- Casanova is getting the chance to freak out more people through ICON now, in amazing full color and skillful hand-lettered glamour.
- We have been to several conventions and fairs all over the place. Beja, Porto, London, San Diego, La Paz, Rosário, New York and Rio. It's always incredible to get in touch with our readers, meet new authors, see the how different the world can be and how much the alike we all are.

2010 was good for a lot of my friends too. Everyone is doing good. Comics are good, people. Let's make them better!

It's a long process in the making and it's far from being over. And that's the best part of it.

Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Monday, December 13, 2010



Monday, December 06, 2010

ATELIER online

ATELIERFábio handling another copy of "ATELIER" for one more happy fan

This year, we did Atelier, our new experimental indy comic, to sell at conventions and events around the world. It may take a while until we travel abroad again, since we have entered a new period of heavy production, so there's basically just one place you can get Atelier outside of Brazil right now:

At Khepri.com, clicking here.

With Khepri, you can even choose between signed and unsigned copies, and have your comic delivered to you at your own home. So convenient. We've been counting with Brian (Khepri's main man) to help spread the love for our indy work for a long time, and he never let us down. If you want good comics, he's the guy to go to get the best deals in the internet.

He also have our friend Gustavo Duarte's new comic, TAXI, so when you go grab your Atelier, get a TAXI as well. It's awesome. (I've talked about Gustavo's first comic here)

Wednesday, December 01, 2010

Daytripper in SPAIN!

We are very happy to inform Daytripper has arrived in SPAIN, published by Planeta DeAgostini in trade format.
You can learn more about it here and they have put the entire first chapter online for you to have a taste of the story.