Comic-Con@Home 2021 Panels & Sale

Another year without an in-person Comic-Con! Here’s hoping that next year we’ll all be able to get together in person down in San Diego, but until then we’ve got Comic-Con@Home, and all that comes with it! You can find a full schedule of this year’s online programming here, and we’ve collected all the Fanta-centric stuff into this one handy blog post. You can also shop our virtual booth, and attend the Eisner Awards, all from the comfort of your couch. And then of course, there’s our big annual Comic-Con Sale, with 25% off just about everything in our webstore! Scroll…

What’s In Store: Hot Off the Press Book Fair July 10!

Join some of Seattle’s most talented cartoonists, comics presses, and other artists for the Fantagraphics Bookstore’s first in-store event in a year!

Fantagraphics June Newsletter

Summer is upon us, and there’s no better time to kick back with an ice cold bev and a fresh stack of comics! We have some incredibly cool books, coming out this month, and can’t wait to tell you all about ‘em, but first, the news! Barry Windsor-Smith’s Monsters received great reviews from both The Guardian and The New York Times Ed Piskor’s Red Room #1 got great reviews from SYFYWire, Daily Dead, and Multiversity.com among many others IGN compared Glenn Head’s new memoir Chartwell Manor to Maus in this great review Publisher’s Weekly ran a great feature on Stone Fruit by Lee Lai ScreenRant ran a great advance review and preview of Celestia by Manuele Fior TCAF…

Fantagraphics May Newsletter

Lots of good stuff coming up this month! Some a”May”zing new releases (sorry), exciting events and more. But first, the news! Barry Windsor-Smith gave a rare video interview for the Comix Experience Graphic Novel Club, talking about his highly-anticipated new book, Monsters BWS’ Monsters also had previews run on both IGN and Daily Dead, and a great review in Forbes this week A great The New York Times Book Review feature on Gary Panter Lee Lai’s Stone Fruit got a starred review from Library Journal Library Journal also gave Manuele Fior’s Celestia a great advance review The AV Club reviewed…

Fantagraphics at TCAF 2021

While we’re sad not to be able to gather in person for TCAF this year, we’re excited to jump into some great online programming during their virtual show, May 8th–15th! We’ve highlighted all the Fantagraphics-centric programing in this one handy blog post, but you can also find the full schedule of events on the TCAF website. All events are online and free to attend! We also have a virtual booth with new and featured books for you to browse in the Online Marketplace! Panel Schedule: SUNDAY MAY 9TH Be the Change – 10AM PT/1PM ET (Pre-recorded) You’re never too young…

Fantagraphics at MOCCA Comic and Cartoon Art Week

While we’re sad not to be able to gather in person for The Society of Illustrators MOCCA Arts Fest in NYC this year, we’re excited to jump into to some great virtual programming during their Comic and Cartoon Week, April 12th–17th! We’ve highlighted all the Fantagraphics-centric programing in this one handy blog post, but you can also find the full schedule of events on the Society’s website. All events are online and free to attend! We’ll also be doing some giveaways throughout the week of the very cool catalog “Tales from the Crypt: The Revolutionary Art of MAD and EC…

Fantagraphics April Newsletter

April is here to shower you with exciting releases — like the highly-anticipated new Barry Windsor-Smith book — some extremely cool virtual events, and more! As per usual, scroll to the bottom of this email for this month’s discount code and a sneak peek of an upcoming book. But first, the news! Cathy Malkasian’s Nobody Likes You, Greta Grump was reviewed by Hillary Chute for The New York Times Shira Spector’s Red Rock Baby Candy and I Never Promised You A Rose Garden by Mannie Murphy were on the Lambda Literary list of “March’s Most Anticipated LGBTQ Books!” The great Trina Robbins was featured in this CBS This Morning Publisher’s…

The Fantabucks Sale 2021

It’s back! Our most popular sale returns with its unbeatable 2-for-1 discount, running March 25th through 27th. The Fantabucks Sale will work a little differently in 2021 than in previous years, so please read the sale description below carefully, and check our FAQs, where we’ve tried to preemptively answer your queries. If you still have questions after that, feel free to shoot us an email at helpme@fantagraphics.com and we’ll do our best to clarify. Thanks, and happy shopping! The Basics: The Fantabucks Sale will begin at 12am PDT on March 25th and end at 11:59pm PDT on March 27th. In…