The Star Thief
THE STAR THIEF is inspired by the life and voyages of Zheng He: court eunuch, Chinese explorer and Imperial Admiral. The Chinese are rumored to have launched one of the most technologically advanced navies ever to explore the ocean. Though tales of their voyages have been lost to history, legend has it Zheng He’s great Treasure Fleet may even have reached the shores of the “New World” seventy years before Christopher Columbus. This is a first manga-style title for Red Stylo, and a first-time project with illustrator, Chris Liu, and color artist, Jan Velazquez. Story by Enrica Jang.
Strap in, guys: New York Comic Con is this weekend! Red Stylo is in the mix with signings, meet-ups, new comics and great friends! Red Stylo is joined this year by Ryan Morrow's One Squared Studios, booth #1140 in Small Press on the main floor. Once again...read more
I'm going to break the exclamation mark on my keyboard, I know it: THE 27 CLUB, A Comic Anthology has been nominated for a Harvey Award in the Best Anthology category!!!! There is no playing it cool for...read more
Red Stylo is putting C2E2 on blast this year with no less than THREE super-charged panels! Chicago bound? Stop by and see us in Artist Alley (Enrica Jang will be at table K5, with writer/contributor Jennie Wood), and be sure to add these to your show calendar: Friday,...read more
What's the meaning of life? Dunno. But that's just about the only thing I didn't get to talk about with thrice-Emmy-nominated Mark Mullaney on his new show, the Making Art Work Podcast. We sound our barbaric MAWP over the rooftops of the world! (That's a Whitman pun,...read more
Hah! Got this one in just under 6 hours left in 2015. I'll probably pretty up with a few more pictures, some better word edits, and some personal touches in the next day or so, but for now it's here and ready...read more
Once again, Red Stylo has a full slate at New York Comic with a booth (#1140) in Small Press, signings in Artist Alley, and a handful of panels and events! Check out the full schedule, but our "Marry, do, or Kill? What will it take the shatter female stereotypes in...read more