Posts Tagged ‘porcelain: a gothic fairy tale’

Porcelain: Bone China

by Cristina Bogdanon 23/11/2015
The second part of the Porcelain Trilogy has been released at the Thought Bubble in Leeds, last week. The second instalment, to be released internationally on the 10th of February 2016, features Child, the street urchin that stole our hearts in A Gothic Fairy Tale, as a now grown woman, struggling with past mistakes and […]

Improper Books strikes again!

by Cristina Bogdanon 23/09/2015
For those of you who don’t know this yet, Improper Books, to quote its creators, ”is a comic and book publishing studio focusing on creator-owned stories that have a touch of the fairy tale, the fantastical, or the otherworldly.” With titles such as Porcelain – A Gothic Fairytale and Butterfly Gate, they have gained, slowly, but […]

Porcelaine – Gamine to be released today

by Cristina Bogdanon 17/09/2014
About two years back Porcelain: A Gothic Fairytale hit the shelves in the UK, creating quite a stir. It was new, it was fresh and most definitely it was entertaining. As someone who has read it, I can wholeheartedly recommend it (I take no responsibility for the impatience you’ll feel when you’re done and you […]

Porcelain Trilogy to get French Translation

by Cristina Bogdanon 11/10/2013
Here’s a short press release from Delcourt Publishing and Improper Books, concerning the recently-announced release of Porcelain (you know, that comic book I was raving about a few months back?) in French, also letting it slip that the book will no longer be a stand-alone, instead turning into a trilogy. I don’t know about you […]

Interview with Benjamin Read and Chris Wildgoose

by Cristina Bogdanon 15/07/2013
Since Porcelain: A Gothic Fairytale is launching in only two days in the UK, we decided to give you a little more information about it, since all we did lately was rave on about how good it is. The two people that were involved the most in the creative process: Benjamin Read and Chris Wildgoose, […]