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Sequential Art Gallery + Studio opened in September 2005. Located in Portland, Oregon’s Old Town Chinatown, they are part of the Everett Station Lofts. They focus on showcasing local artists who explore the concept of sequential art, which is loosely defined as using consecutive images to tell a story. The gallery strives to provide an installation space in which a variety of artists may tell their stories while we work to raise awareness and acceptance of sequential art’s place within the fine art world.

 

While the concept of sequential art is usually applied to things like...

Kelly Sue DeConnick is an American comic book writer and editor and English-language adapter of manga. She is writing the series Captain Marvel and Avengers Assemble for Marvel Comics, as well as Ghost for Dark Horse Comics and her creator owned Pretty Deadly for Image Comics.

Matt Fraction, is an Eisner Award-winning American comic book writer, known for his work as the writer of The Invincible Iron Man, The Immortal Iron Fist, Uncanny X-Men and Hawkeye for Marvel Comics and Casanova and Sex Criminals for Image Comics

Looking for an extraordinary source for comics, toys, statues, pop culture collectibles, and more? You'll find a home at the Portland Things From Another World on NE Broadway. They welcome everyone, from those just getting into comics to hardcore fans, offering personal recommendations, reliable customer service, and fun events--from creator signings and Ladies Nights to convention kickoff parties! Stop by and give them a try: make sure to ask an employee about starting a subscription box to save at least 10...

Periscope Studio is a collective of cartoonists, illustrators, writers, concept designers, graphic novelists, and storyboard artists based in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Periscope studio was founded in 2002 by 11 comics artists in Portland Oregon. Originally called Mercury Studio, the group changed its name to Periscope Studio in 2007 after expanding its membership to double its original size and moving to a new location.

Over the years, Periscope’s writers and artists have created countless pages of comics for just about every major publisher, and provided commercial...

Dylan Meconis is a cartoonist/writer/illustrator living in Portland, Oregon. Her career as a professional comics artist began in school with the online publication of her first book, Bite Me!, a vampire farce. After graduation she spent two years as a visual communications consultant and designer before embarking on a fulltime freelance and publishing career. In 2012 her short story Outfoxed was nominated for an Eisner Award in the category of Best Digital Comic. She is currently several years into Family Man, a long-form comic currently updating at...

Cosmic Monkey Comics carries a full selection of new comics, back issues, graphic novels and supplies. Whether it's that elusive hot new title or obscure back issue from the vaults, they can find it for you. They delight in filling special orders and searching for the issues you need to fill those empty holes in your collection and your soul.

Whether you're a hardcore collector or just discovering the colorful world of comic books, they'll help you find that special something you've been searching for....

With thousands of graphic novels and a well-stocked Portland-based creators section, Bridge City Comics is comic book nirvana for the hard-core collector and the casual reader alike.

Bridge City Comics offers a wide selection of new comics from Dark Horse, DC Comics, Image Comics and Marvel, as well as new comics from smaller, independent publishers such as Slave Labor, Oni Press, Alternative Comics and many more!

New comics arrive every Wednesday at Bridge City Comics. They are usually out on the shelves by 1 p.m. If you're interested in joining our subscription service,...

Floating World Comics is a store for people who still like going to stores. They’re a bookstore that just happens to carry the coolest books of all – comics. But also art books, international art magazines, graphic design, illustration, animation, music and movie related items, anything that might serve as inspiration for creative people looking for something new. They’re also a gallery with First Thursday art openings and in 2008 they branched out into publishing. They’ve published over twenty books, art newspapers and comics including the resurrected Arthur Magazine.

They’...

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