Monday, October 10, 2011

Love and Rockets Links: 10/10

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Hispanic Heritage Month: Virginia Commonwealth University has been hosting an exhibit of Los Bros Hernandez (Mario, included) publications at their James Branch Cabell Library (it says a display case on the fourth floor, to be exact).
preview: thanks to Comics Alliance here's Jaime's (color!) contribution to First Second's NURSERY RHYME COMICS.
preview: Fantagraphics posts a story from Jaime's ESPERANZA collection on facebook.
shelf porn: Jaime's VILLAGE VOICE cover on Greg Farrell's wall courtesy CBR.
not Jaime Hernandez: I love this gruesome t-shirt design by another artist named Jaime Hernandez.
commentary: Rob Gonsalves at discusses LOVE & ROCKETS in relation to superhero comics in general and the DC 52.
APE: Eric Reynolds saw Mario Hernandez at the 2011 Alternative Press Expo.
twitter: Tom Spurgeon (Comics Reporter) tweets birthday wishes to JAIME HERNANDEZ (on 10/10 if you're reading this sometime other than today).
twitter: Here's another birthday wish for Jaime, this one from publisher Aben Maler (I can't actually read danish, so here's hoping this isn't an invoice for 52 copies of their new L&R collection).
twitter: Danish publisher Aben Maler has published a collection of Jaime's "Death of Speedy"-era stories. cover pictured above.
twitter: John Schork writes a twitter-review of Gilbert's LUBA hardcover.
twitter: Matt Seneca tweets a link to his in-depth analysis of an early Jaime story, "Hopey."
twitter: Salvador Munoz tweets a link to a very popular photo of Los Bros Hernandez (originally taken by Patrick Rosenkranz?).
Paul Gravett: this is his site for extra information on his 1001 COMICS TO READ BEFORE YOU DIE book, both Jaime and Gilbert are listed in the creators index.
"Comics, Creativity, and Culture : International and Interdisciplinary Perspectives" in Iowa Spotlight:
University of Iowa page with list of all events from the CCCII weekend, includes links to five related articles.
Janice Headley presents a comprehensive rundown of events at and around the University of Iowa this past weekend.
Flickr set of pieces from the "Graphic Language: The Art and Language of Comics" exhibition at the Black Box Theatre in the Iowa Memorial Union.
Samantha Gentry of the Daily Iowan reports Thursday on the comics-related events at UofI.
Jessica Abel tweets from Iowa on October 7.
Jen Shook tweets from Jaime and Gilbert's keynote speech October 8.
more links will be posted in future "links" posts if I come across any.

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