Once Upon a Time Machine will be accompanying editor Andrew Carl to a few conventions this spring (and early summer), including a couple cities we’ve never visited before! See our schedule below, and follow along on social media (facebook/ twitter/ instagram) for updates:
This event is part of Word Week, Noe Valley’s annual literary festival. The 5th Noe Valley Authors Festival will feature local authors exhibiting and reading. Free admission and free refreshments.
Artist Alley Table D-11
Our two-time cover artist Farel Dalrymple will be there too, right next to us at Table D-10.
Emerald City Comic Con is the biggest comic and pop culture show in the Pacific Northwest.
Indie, Alternative and 100% Independent, DiNK Denver is a celebration of artists, writers, creators, zine makers, graffiti artists, tattoo arts and publishers from around the world.
Artist Valley Table D-6
Denver Pop Culture Con is a big, family-friendly show back in Denver.
Come find us and say hi!
This May, we’re continuing to celebrate and spread word of Vol. 2’s release across North America.
The weekend of May 19-20, Andrew Carl (editor; writer of “Icarus”, “Daphne”, & “Heracles”) will be travelling up to Canada for VanCAF: Vancouver Comic Arts Festival. A couple other OUATM creators will be there, too: the incredible Ronald Wimberly (writer/artist, “Theseus and Metrotaurus”) and Farel Dalrymple (cover artist)! Find them all in VanCAF’s “Gym” room (tables M3, H1, & H12).
A week later, Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse in Philadelphia will host Chris Stevens (editor; writer of “A Heavy Stone for All the Peoples”), Andrea Tsurumi (writer/artist, “Away Mission”), Mike Sgier (writer/artist, “Andromeda”), and renowned science fiction author Michael Swanwick (writer, “The Long Bow”). Rob Woods (writer/artist of Vol. 1’s “The Boy Who Cried Space Wolf”) will also be there to debut a killer new print to go with Vol. 2’s theme: Trojan War 3025. Given that Philly’s the birthplace of the OUATM series and family, expect to see a few more surprise guests show up, as well!
Saturday, May 19 – Sunday, May 20
10am – 5pm
Roundhouse Community Arts & Recreation Centre
181 Roundhouse Mews
Vancouver, BC V6Z 2W3
Facebook Event Page – Festival Website
Once Upon A Time Machine: Greek Gods & Legends Signing/Discussion
Saturday, May 26
1pm – 4pm
Amalgam Comics & Coffeehouse
2578 Frankford Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19125
Facebook Event Page – Store Website
The news is out! And this future ain’t too far away. Once Upon a Time Machine vol. 2: Greek Gods & Legends is in stores on April 11, 2018!
Make sure your local comic and book purveyors order it with the info below…
“Ancient” Greece: the year 3016 AD. And 4079 AD. And 6060 AD. From the trials of Heracles to the love songs of Orpheus, the myths and gods of the past are reborn in wondrous and scarcely imaginable futures. Witness exciting new visions of the Greek tradition from the hands and minds of Ronald Wimberly (Prince of Cats), Paul Pope (Battling Boy), Toby Cypress (The Gravediggers Union), Conor McCreery (Kill Shakespeare), Andrea Tsurumi (Accident!), Hugo & Nebula Award-winning science fiction author Michael Swanwick (Stations of the Tide), and many more of today’s most inventive creators. Edited by Andrew Carl & Chris Stevens, of the Eisner & Harvey Award-winning Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream.
On sale everywhere April 11, 2018, from Dark Horse Comics.
See where you can pre-order it here.
224 pages / Paperback / $17.99
Diamond order code: DEC170082
Cover by Farel Dalrymple
Recently, Once Upon a Time Machine editor Andrew Carl and producer Chris Stevens (virtually) sat down with the folks at Diamond Bookshelf for a little interview.
We discussed the origins of the book, the creative vision that drove it, and our theories as to what makes fairy tales so enduringly popular and beloved.
Even better, Diamond Bookshelf took the opportunity to share a few never-before-seen finished pages from the book.
Look out for pages from:
Pinocchio, or “The Stars Are Not Wanted Now” by Jason Rodriguez, Scott White, and Jason Arthur
“The Boy Who Drew Cats” by Chris Stevens, Khoi Pham, Jose Villarrubia, and Todd Klein
“The Shepherd and the Weaver Girl” by Saajan Patel, James Giar, Mandy Moore, and Rafer Roberts
Hansel and Gretel, or “Bombus and Vespula” by Josh O’Neill, Senk Chhour, Michelle Madsen and John Workman
And of course, Farel Dalrymple’s cover (it never gets old).
Head over to Diamond Bookshelf’s site to check the interview and pages out…
And let us know what you think, right here or on Facebook!
Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources is definitely excited about Once Upon a Time Machine!
First they picked it as one of the books to look forward to in this month’s Previews. Chris Arrant kindly singled the book out:
Once Upon a Time Machine by Various (Dark Horse) – I love twisted takes on classic stories, and this looks to be just that – fairy tales refashioned for different times. Plus, the creator list seems inspired, with the likes of Ryan Ottley, Brandon Graham, and even mainstream artists like Khoi Pham.
We hope — and think — the book will live up to those expectations!
And now this week, Michael May picked up on a great blog post by Brandon Graham, in order to share with all the CBR readers Farel Dalrymple‘s full wraparound cover for the book and Brandon & Marian Churchland‘s beautiful Little Mermaid collaboration!
Enjoy that astounding cover here — and head on over to the CBR post or Brandon’s site to find the pinup!
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Dark Horse Comics will publish Once Upon a Time Machine on October 10, 2012.
Fairy tales have fueled our dreams and fired our imaginations for centuries. Step inside a time machine built by a collection of today’s finest storytellers, and enter a range of futures where familiar tales are re-imagined in an astonishing variety of styles. Watch the next wave of leading illustrators work alongside superstar creators like Farel Dalrymple (Pop Gun War), Ryan Ottley (Invincible), Khoi Pham (Daredevil), Brandon Graham (King City), and Jill Thompson (Scary Godmother) to deliver a reading experience that will delight generations young, old, and yet to come.
Edited by Andrew Carl & Produced by Chris Stevens.
Format: 432 pages, Paperback, 6 5/8″ x 10 3/16″
Diamond Order Code: JUN120047
This is the new, official landing spot for Once Upon a Time Machine.
Check back in regularly for updates in preview art, creator interviews, reviews, news about the book’s impending release, and heads-up for any creator appearances.
For now, enjoy Farel Dalrymple’s beautiful title page for the book (he also provided our wonderful cover and logo):
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