William Stout’s fantasy art book collection, Hallucinations, will be arriving in the comic shop and bookstores on or around July 1. Outside of the 50 copies of the hardbound signed deluxe edition I have held back for Flesk direct orders and the San Diego Comic-Con International, the rest of them are already reserved. Between the store orders and pre-orders, this is all I have left. This edition is limited to just 500 copies. I have no doubt they will be sold out by the time the San Diego show is over. You can reserve your copy now to guarantee you get one. Visit our website for details.
If you are in the Los Angeles area, Stout will be signing at the George C. Page Museum (La Brea Tar Pits) on June 19, 2010. He will also appear at the Famous Monsters Convention in Indianapolis from July 9-11, followed by Comic-Con International from July 21-25.
And speaking of Comic-Con International, we’ll be set up again this year. Same spot with two booths and right across from Stuart Ng Books. Mark Schultz will be making signing appearances each day. There will be some other artists making appearances, too. I’ll post the schedule as we near show time. I will have copies of Al Williamson Archives for the show. This will be the debut for the book!
Charley Parker wrote up a nice book review of our James Bama Sketchbook on his Lines and Colors blog. He writes, “Underlying both phases of his career is Bama’s skill as a draftsman, and that aspect of his art is brought out beautifully in a new book from Flesk Publications.” You can read the entire book review by clicking here.