Summer Work

October 2nd, 2011 § 0 comments

has started coming out (and paying off). Archaia, to the surprise of many, including The Comics Reporter, has announced the November release of Marjane Satrapi’s illustrated book The Sigh, a sweet and somewhat pscyhoanalytical fairy tale mash-up. This was a fun translation for me, and the first time I’ve worked on Satrapi.

Thanks to Trevor Hairsine’s art, The Comics Reporter and CBR’s Robot 6 picked up on another book I translated in August, The Kaiser’s Legacy. Written by Hérik Hanna, the book is one of several in a Delcourt collection called The Heist: unrelated one-shots that all revolve around heists. BOOM! Studios has retitled the book Broken Wings for its American release.

These are only the first two of many. I was, with the help of my significant other, a veritable factory this summer, and churned out 14 graphic novel translations. Updates will follow.

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