Panel Borders and other podcasts

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Panel Borders: Régis Loisel and Peter Pan

February 6, 2014

Peter Pan and Jack the Ripper by Régis Loisel

Peter Pan and Jack the Ripper by Régis Loisel

Régis Loisel and Peter Pan: Starting a month of shows about French comics or Bande dessinée, Alex Fitch talks to cartoonist Régis Loisel about his epic graphic novel adaptation of and prequel to J.M. Barrie’s Peter Pan, published in the UK by Soaring Penguin Press. Fitch and Loisel talk about the artist’s work for Disney in the 1990s, his interest in anthropomorphic characters, and how Jack the Ripper unexpectedly became part of Peter Pan’s origin.

Recorded at the Institut Francais, London, Summer 2013 with translation provided by Justine Goy. (Originally broadcast 03/02/14 on Resonance 104.4 FM)

For more info and a variety of different formats you can stream or download, please visit the home of this podcast at www.archive.org

Links: Régis’ website
Information about Peter Pan at www.soaringpenguinpress.com
More info about BD and Comics Passion at the Institut Francais
Recommended events:

Just So Happens Launch party

Fumio Obata is a comic book author and visual artist who makes absolutely stunning work and who we here at Gosh! are huge fans of. His comics are a visual mish-mash of manga and Bande Dessinée styles, with the frequent theme of cultural differences, and his zines were the insider tip-off at Thought Bubble 2012. Jonathan Cape have snapped him up quickly for his UK debut graphic novel, Just So Happens.

If this tickles your fancy, you should probably make it down to the launch party for Just So Happens, taking place on Friday, the 7th of February, from 7pm until 9pm. There will be booze as usual, as well as Fumio himself signing copies.

More info: http://www.goshlondon.com/2014/01/fumio-obatas-just-so-happens-launch-party-at-gosh/

Gosh!,
1 Berwick Street,
London W1F 0DR

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