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Two CCS Alum Make The A.V. Club 10 Best Graphic Novel of 2013


The A.V. Club‘s picks 10 top art comics and graphic novels of the year, includes 2 CCS alum books: Cole Closser’s Little Tommy Lost and Chuck Forsman’s Celebrated Summer:



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Little Tommy Lost: Cole Closser


The first official collection of Cole Closser’s Little Tommy Lost will be published this fall by Koyama Press! Ladies an’ gen’l’men, boys an’ gurls, you don’t want to miss this. The book, which collects 72 self-contained daily-newspaper-style strips and 12 full color Sundays, will make its debut at SPX in September. Pre-orders are available through Amazon and Barnes & Noble. Keep it comin’, Cole!

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This Year’s Commencement Speaker: Annie Koyama

May 18, 2013

The Center for Cartoon Studies is proud to name Annie Koyama as our 2013 Commencement Speaker!  Founder of the “small but mighty” Toronto-based Koyama Press, Annie left the film world to find a place amongst an exciting roster of emerging and established artists. Since 2007, Koyama Press has supported and promoted some of the most innovative indie comics and artbooks available today. We are honored to have Annie Koyama speak at this year’s Commencement ceremony. Thanks, Annie!

Koyama Press’ “Kickass Annie” logo as interpreted by Melissa Mendes. See the entire Kickass Annie Project gallery here.

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All Those Colored Pencils Did Not Perish In Vain

Julie Delporte’s Journal will be published this Spring by Koyama Press! Journal will feature Julie’s sublime diary comics created between early 2011 and late 2012. These dates include time spent in White River Junction. Click here for more info about CCS’s fellowship program. Julie’s  a special talent and we can’t wait to see this book! Congrads, Julie!

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CCS Industry Day 2012

Industry Day gives both the students a chance to have their portfolios looked at by the best in the business (maybe arrange an internship) while the publishers get a chance to see the future of the comics industry and know what talent to look out for. This year guests include Gary Groth (Fantagraphics/The Comics Journal), Judy Hansen (Hansen Literary Agency), Annie Koyama (Koyama Press), Chris Duffy (Nursery Rhyme Comics), and Terry Nantier (NBM Publishing). Read more about our Industry Day guests on the Schulz Blog!

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