The american drawer author of the "noir" atmospheres in Thief of Thieves, will be one of the Romics' exceptional guest.
Shawn Martinbrough, one of the most interesting north-american noir drawer, will be one of the authors rewarded with the gold Romics at the 22nd edition of Romics, scheduled from the 5th till the 8th of October.
Martinbrough is the drawings author of: Thief of Thieves, the series produced by Skybound created by Robert Kirkman The Walking Dead, Invinvible and Outcast, that is published in Italy by SaldaPress. During his brilliant career, the american author drew Batman, Detective Comics, Luke Cage Noir, Captain American, The Black Panter, Hellboy and worked with all the main american publishing houses. He also signed the manual of the noir comics "How to Draw Noir Comics": The Art and Technique of Visual Storytelling, published essay by Random House and translated in several countries. His characters appeared also in the movie Deadpool, in the TV series Gotham and in the cartoon Gotham Knights.
Martinbrough is very acclaimed for his capacity to sketch with great mastery noir atmospheres, those that are making Thief of Thieves a classic in the contemporary comics. He mainly worked for Marvel Comics, Vertigo and DC Comics. For two years, in collaboration with Greg Rucka, he took to success in both public and critics Batman: Detective Comics and he worked at The Losers, later became a film.
The presence of Shaw Martinbrough at the 22nd edition of Romics is organized in collaborarion with SaldaPress. Will be possible to meet this extraordinary guest during the four roman days for your dedications and doodle. All the details on dedications and meetings timetable will be posted in the next few days on the website www.romics.it and on the Romics' social networks.
Romics will be celebrating Shawn Martinbrough presence with various events, which can be found in the program, and will be awarding him the Golden Romics, an award given to the great international comic and animation masters, on Sunday, October 8.