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Comics of Raina Telgemeier
2017 - March 20, 2018
Raina Telgemeier is the award-winning
author and illustrator of the four New York Times #1 bestselling graphic
novels Smile, Sisters, Drama, and Ghosts. She also
adapted and illustrated four graphic novel versions of Ann M. Martin’s
Club series, and has contributed short
stories to many anthologies. Raina’s accolades include two Eisner Awards,
a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor, a Stonewall Honor, and many Best Of and
Notable lists. Her latest graphic novel is Ghosts. Raina lives and works in San Francisco,
Explore Raina Telgemeier’s
autobiographical works, award-winning graphic novels, and aclaimed
adaptations with an in-depth look at her creative process, rare comics
and photos from the San Francisco native's own archives.
Images © 2010-2012 by Raina
A Tribute to
Mike Mignola’s Hellboy
2017 - January 7, 2018
HELLBOY, and all HELLBOY-related characters,
logos, and indicia are ™ and © Mike Mignola/Dark Horse Comics.
is the award-winning creator of Hellboy. First published by Dark Horse in
1994, Hellboy spans 19+ graphic novels, and inspired several other media
adaptations and spin-off titles (B.P.R.D., Lobster Johnson, Abe Sapien,
and more). Mike's other projects include: Bram Stoker’s Dracula,
Atlantis, Blade II, the live-action Hellboy films, and animation. He
lives in California with his wife, daughter, and cat.
View original tribute artwork that draws
inspiration from Mignola’s signature creation made specifically for the
Cartoon Art Museum’s reopening by top animators and cartoonists:
2017 - February 12, 2018
and © 2017 Nidhi Chanani
In this exhibition of her heartwarming
graphic novel debut, Pashmina, Nidhi Chanani weaves a
tale about hardship and self-discovery born from juggling two cultures and
For Priyanka Das, her mother's homeland can only exist in her imagination.
That is, until she uncovers a mysterious pashmina in a forgotten suitcase.
When she wraps herself in it, she is transported to a place more vivid and
colorful than any guidebook or Bollywood film. But is this the real India?
To learn the truth, Pri must travel farther than she’s ever dared and find
the family she never knew.