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We are about to travel virtually to visit another comic bookstore. It is the turn of Kame Kame House, which currently has 3 stores under its belt: in Rubí, Terrassa and Sabadell. Its owners, Agustín and Sandra, decided to open this business 10 years ago because they are "super fans of everything we bring". And it turns out that everything they bring is the most varied: comics, Manga, merchandising, board games, pops, figures …

The treatment and gender diversity are its hallmarks and the reason for its success. The smooth running of the first Rubí store allowed its expansion, expanding the Kame Kame House chain's sales outlets to 3. Undoubtedly, a referential meeting point in Vallès.

We said goodbye to them by writing down their favorite comic published by Planeta Comic: Dragon ball from Akira Toriyama 🙂

Social Networks / Web updated

Facebook: @KameKameComics
Twitter: @comics_kame
Instagram: @kame_kame_comics
Web: www.kamekame.es

Updated physical addresses

1-Rubí 08191, C / de la Creu 4-6, local 2
2-Terrassa 08221, C / Topete 129-131
3-Sabadell 08202, C / Narcis Giralt num 69

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How did you get into the world of illustration / comic?

I have been drawing non-stop all my life, creating stories and reading manga with the dream of being able to devote myself to this.

I was lucky in addition to being able to study at ESDIP school, but it was not until last year that I began to really enter this world; first collaborating with illustrations and small comics in several fanzines and finally publishing my first work, MidoriBoshi.

Your first contact with Planeta Manga was …

It all started when I won the first prize in my school's comic contest, in which David (Hernando) turned out to be part of the jury and wanted to contact me.

It was then when talking about my project, he proposed to participate in the magazine, although in this case I wanted to do it with another story that would fit better with the format they proposed (since the other is 100% color). The truth is that it made me very excited!

How did the plot of MIDORIBOSHI come about?

The main plot had already been clear for some time; It is based on an experience of its own and was a story I planned to make in the future.

For several years I was dreaming of a girl that did not exist, and although it seems silly, it was something that had a lot of impact on me, especially when one night I dreamed that I had died and did not hear from her again. The latter is different in MidoriBoshi, since I preferred to give it another approach.

What do you do first: the creation of characters or the script? How is your usual work circuit?

It depends a little on the work! Sometimes I create the characters first and then the story, but in this case it was the other way around. First I wrote a small synopsis summarizing what I wanted to tell and then I began to design the characters and the environment that the world would have.

My favorite part was designing Maru, I am very happy with the result! Once the ok is given, I write in more detail the development next to the dialogues and start doing the storyboard, dedicating time to the composition of the pages (I really like experimenting with this).

Then I usually leave all the pages well sketched (or so I try …) with their corresponding size and then I go one by one, inking, putting blacks and plots, and finally, onomatopoeia and texts.

How do you rate the reception the magazine has had and what would you highlight about it?

I'm glad to see that people are supporting this project and that they bet more on the national comic. I think the magazine is giving new visibility to new authors (I include myself haha), in addition to having established authors and illustrators.

I also like the variety of stories that can be found, there is something for everyone! Even so, there are always things to improve, and I hope that little by little the work we do will begin to be better valued, since a comic has a lot of work behind it …

Your favorite Manga Planet series is …

I need to read a little more of each series to know which one I am staying with, but for now!Alter ego Y The History of Manga They are the ones that have hooked me the most!

What I do want to highlight are several short stories that I LOVED, like Withered Lionel, Uroboros, Mangaka, The Monster … They have a fantastic drawing and stories that have left me with a very good taste. I also really want to read Backhome and the new story of Marta Salmons!

Next projects.

Right now I would like to focus on my own project, which is Dreamy Boy. I will continue to make illustrations on my own and I also have some ideas for future comics that if they go ahead, I will be delighted. But hey, whatever comes up!

Social networks

Twitter: @ QuatreMains_13

Instagram: @akirapantsu

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April is approaching and also the Minotauro news planned for that month. So, it will come Hell, the last installment of Red, the vampire trilogy of Carlos Sisí. In addition, the first part of In the mountains of madness, Illustrated version (Lovecraft / Baranger). An essential guide will review the legends that make up the universe created by G.R.R. Martin: Mythology according to Game of Thrones.

The epic fantasy will come stocked with The Wheel of Time (Sky on fire), Magic and two volumes of the Universe Warhammer (Age of Sigmar and The Horus Heresy). Finally, the Essential Author and Minotaur Libraries will gather works such as Merchants of space, Valis, I am legend Y Long after midnight.

Thanks for reading!

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Touching the spring it is time to announce the great news Comic Planet for the month of the Book / Sant Jordi. Thus, in April, national authors will be represented by the third installment of the magazine Manga planet. Also for the integral of the Baztán Trilogy, the graphic novel by Ernest Sala, based on the homonymous work by Dolores Redondo.

Star Wars will have a presence with two staple series, a compilation and the second volume of the classic press strips. Animosity, Game of Thrones, Paper Girls or Pariah They will champion the USA Comic. Finally, the Manga will enjoy luxury representatives: Dragon Ball, Boruto, your name., Dragon Quest, SAO, Boruto

More information, here

  • Graphic Novel Output, USA, SW: 31/3
  • Sleeve output: 7/4

Thank you for reading!

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Every March there is a specially marked date on the calendar. In lilac color Is he March 8, of course, a date to remember the heroines who have opened the way to a more just present and to keep in mind also the heroines who continue to fight to break the glass roofs.

With this date in mind, and being lovers of books, we recover 10 literary icons that had to hide their sex to make their way into a land that was forbidden.

"Literature do not it may be a matter of a woman's life, and do not It should be like that"

It was December 29, 1836 when a young teacher, excited about the poems she had written, decided to send her best material to a reference of her time, the poet Robert Southey, and ask for her opinion on whether she believed those were poems worthy of be published

After three months his answer came. But it was not what I expected. Not because he rated his material negatively. That seemed irrelevant to Southey, who focused his response on other aspects. He said: "Literature cannot be a matter of a woman's life, and should not be so."

The teacher was not defeated by the hostility of her "colleague" and decided to publish equally, under a pseudonym. Such was its success that today we know that teacher as one of the great references in the history of literature: Charlotte Brontë. And since that was not the only case, we present a list of writers who had to survive censorship and machismo through the use of pseudonyms. Do you think you'll meet them all? 😜

1. Charlotte Brontë

Little more must be added to what we already told you. Charlotte's audacity and talent would only be matched by her constancy. His greatest literary success was Jane Eyre but she would be recognized not only as one of the best British novelists but also as one of her best poetic voices.

Do you wonder which was the pseudonym under which he published his work? Currer Bell. Keeping the initial of its authentic name.

2. Emily Brontë

The Brontë sisters were an inexhaustible source of talent. In 1842 Emily traveled to Belgium with Charlotte and there she learned French and German, besides standing out as an excellent pianist. The verses were not bad at all either and he loved walking through the countryside, so his poetic work is full of observations about nature and philosophical reflections. In 1846 he published his first poems, with his sisters and under the pseudonym of Ellis bell.

A year later Emily Brontë would publish her only novel: Wuthering Heights. At the time of its publication the work was well received. Time passed and due to its complexity and depth, the work has become part of the top of universal literature, being compared for its mastery with nothing less than Shakespeare's work. A real achievement of "Ellis Bell".

3. Anne Brontë

And we go with the third of the Brontë sisters, perhaps the least known but no less important was their contribution to the literary world, at a time when being a woman prevented you from opening the door to that universe.

In his case, and again maintaining the initial of his real name, Anne signed as Acton Bell and the work we know her for is Agnes Gray.

It tells us about the life of Agnes, a young woman who in Victorian England is dedicated to being a governess as the only way to make a living that women were allowed back then. The autobiographical character of the work is very remarkable. This is Agnes Gray / Anne Brontë:

«How delicious it would be to become a governess, to go out into the world, to start a new life, to make my own decisions, to develop the faculties that I had not used, to test the abilities that I have and that I do not know, to earn my own salary. No matter what the others said, I was perfectly qualified for the task ».

4. Amantine Aurore Dupin

In the books he signed as George sand. Under that pseudonym is a woman of strong character, a woman who at a time of marked social norms dared to wear men's clothing and who did not deny literature although it was not "women's thing".

With the streets of Paris as context, she was not only a writer but was a journalist and revolutionary, on the side of the Versailles Assembly.

His first novel would see the light in 1831 and he wrote it with Jules Sandeau, from whom he would have taken the last name to create his literary alter ego: George sand.

Under this new name Amantine Aurore Dupin published Indiana (his most famous work, published in 1832), Lélia, The Companion of France, Consuelo, The Dreamy Masters, cultural criticisms or political texts. She was a very prolific author and a very prominent voice in her time.

5. Matilde Cherner

Matilde Cherner was a republican intellectual, of progressive ideas, marked freedom of thought and clear ideological vocation, who began publishing in local newspapers and did not hesitate to write about controversial issues such as women's education, access to university, prostitution or the monarchy

His foray into literature made it under the pseudonym of Rafael Luna and his most famous work is titled Sunset and dawn.

Initially written as a serial for the press, this novel is about monarchy and patriotism, and shows the consequences of historical events on the private life of the characters, especially the feminine ones.

Other works that came out of his pen were Novels that look like dramas (1877), The three laws (1878) Sunset and dawn (1878), María Magdalena: social study (1880), plays or their notable Critical judgement about the Exemplary novels from Cervantes. In addition to writing, she was also a journalist.

6. Mary Anne Evans

He presented himself to the literary world as George Eliot. And it was one of his greatest figures of the late nineteenth century. With Mary Anne Evans the canonical trio of English letters of the time was closed, along with Henry James and Joseph Conrad.

Mary Anne was a prolific author and published works such as Adam Bede, Brother Jacob, The mill next to the Floss, The veil discovered or Middlemarch.

The novel Silas Marner, although it is not the most famous of the author, it does offer us the themes and motives that were most representative in the literary universe of “G. Eliot. " It is a completely psychological novel, full of emotion and complexity even having an essentially simple argument, but which the author will use to describe us with great mastery of the English rural society of the nineteenth century. An example of the purest classical literature.

7. Cecilia Böhl de Faber

Böhl's literature is considered by critics as the link between costumbrismo, the romantic novel and realism … although his role had to be hidden behind the facade of the male pseudonym Fernán Caballero. This alias, formed by two male names, adopted him from the population of the same name existing in Ciudad Real. And although Cecilia spent a good part of her life in Spain, her childhood origins and memories are found in Switzerland and Germany.

Seagull It would be his most famous work. It is the story of the triumph and misfortune of a young woman with a beautiful voice, Gaviota, who achieves a resounding success on the stages of Madrid and Seville and falls in love with a bullfighter who will die in the square. Under this plot, the themes that Cecilia Böhl addresses in her novel are costumbrismo, the abandonment of tradition and rural life for a more comfortable life. A complete portrait of the Spanish society of the 19th century.

A curious fact is that Cecilia did not decide to publish her work until she had been widowed for the third time and her economic precariousness was such that she was forced to try her luck in literature. Today his work Seagull It is a classic work of traditional literature.

8. Colette

Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette is one of the muses of 20th century French literature, best known in literary circles by the name of Gauthier.

Few women were accepted at the time at the Goncourt Academy. Colette came to preside. Its beginnings were not easy, however. Although she wrote from a young age, she did not even use a pseudonym because her first husband supplanted her and her texts were signed with the name of her first husband, Henry Gauthier-Villars, "Willy."

In time, he received the right recognition and came to preside over the Goncourt Academy or to receive the French Legion of Honor, being the only writer to get it.

If you want to know more about this great figure of French culture, we strongly recommend that you read The blue fanal, his memories. It is a book full of wisdom, inheritance of a woman who had accumulated a deep knowledge of the human condition.

9. Louisa May Alcott

Now his name is well known, since his work Little Women It is an essential classic both in literature and in its film adaptation In addition to having been one of the strong bets for the last Oscars, in the version of director Greta Gerwig.

Everything was not that easy. Louisa May Alcott, fearing not to be taken seriously if she published with her real name, wrote her first works under the pseudonym of A. M. Barnard.

With that alias he wrote stories and what in the Victorian era was known as "melodramatic stories", stories starring ambitious people who did not hesitate to use revenge to settle their debts. These were texts with an unusual point of view, with extraordinary literary finesse and dealing with unusual topics such as adultery or incest. In fact in his great work Little Women He mentions the melodramatic stories and Alcott writes: "They can be dangerous for small minds."

After having written many stories, of different types and with more than remarkable success, it is interesting to note that the author struggled to publish her great novel with her real name, perhaps intuiting the transcendence that Little Women He would have for his career. And for the history of literature, finally.

10. Mary Shelley

Mary Shelley's name is indisputably linked to that of Frankenstein. This story meant the birth of one of the most important creatures in the horror universe and that still today is still part of our collective imagination.

The birth of this character is no less interesting. It was May 1816 when Mary Shelley was vacationing in Villa Diodati, next to Lake Geneva, in the company of the poet Lord Byron, the young doctor John Polidori and her husband the poet Percy Shelley. One night they decided to make a competition of terrifying stories and from the pen of Mary Shelley the creature came out today we all know, Frankenstein.

The story was born from a dream that the writer had had the night before and decided to take advantage to win the literary challenge. Then he published it under anonymous authorship. The society of that time took for granted that such a terrifying story could not have been written by Mary, but it had to be the pen of her husband Percy Shelley that was behind that horrendous story.

These 10 writers, then, show that literature can be a matter of a woman's life and that it should be. And if you are looking for more readings for Empower you this March 8, do not miss our selection! It is full of literary heroines that will discover another way of seeing things.

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During 2019, the titles of AFTERSHOCK COMICS, one of the best independent publishers in the USA, landed in our publishing house to stay. Here is the editorial plan that awaits us during this 2020, full of headlines and brilliant authors / authors. Click on the image to access the list!

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Vitoria has always had a "something" special. White and warm as none, it is the epicenter of the trilogy written by Eva García Sáenz de Urturi.

The silence of the white city It is the novel that started it all, the one that made Kraken known to us and united us inevitably to his destiny in the face of all the challenges that awaited him in the following two volumes: The water rites Y The lords of time… cas more disturbing than the previous one, more vibrant, making us realize that yes, although we did not pretend, we were already fans of Eva García Sáenz de Urturi.

And there is something special that guides the trilogy from beginning to end, that common climax between the thriller Psychological, history and legends from different regions of the Basque Country and Cantabria that do not allow us to stop reading or even to get the blanket back on the couch.

And now that we have seen on the big screen how the characters look outside the pages … and that the trilogy has already reached even a larger audience, we cannot avoid rewinding in our head why the phenomenon of the City Trilogy began White.

The 6 reasons why you will also become a devotee of the trilogy

1 Because you already have it in paperback!

Yes, yes, as you read. Booket has just released the most compact version of the Trilogy. And what does that mean? That you no longer have an excuse not to take it with you wherever you go, in the subway when you go to work, to look for children at school, during lunchtime at the office … We think it is a very good reason to reread it or give it away 🤗

2 Because it will absorb you from the first pages

There are books on the market that are excellent, and yet it costs a little to enter them … In the case of the White City Trilogy you will see that the crush is immediate, that its agile rhythm captures you from the first page and that you will always have that reading desire to "read just a few more pages" to know how the story goes.

3 Because Kraken is much Kraken

There are literary protagonists who are captivating. And then there is Kraken. It is unique in its kind. Unrepeatable The inspector of Vitoria has a personality at the height of the circumstances.

Kraken has unorthodox methods, a great sense of duty and a great love for potato tortilla skewers. 😉

4 Because Vitoria is a city to discover

And reading the pages of the trilogy of Eva García Sáenz de Urturi you will discover a city full of rites, legends, secrets. An ancient city full of history. The image you had of Vitoria will change you completely when you have read the books! And to tell the truth, if you visit after having met Kraken, there are few who resist taking the same photo that appears on the covers of the books. You will see that your desire to explore soar. 🙈

5 Because you will know the details of a criminal investigation

If you are one of those people who are interested in knowing what goes through the mind of a murderer, what steps they take, how they execute each of the parts of the plan if they have one, what impulses lead them to do it … yes you are dying to know, do not take off from the shadow of Kraken and you will be another piece in the investigation. Many surprises await you.

6 Because you will be surprised with its unexpected ending!

And we will not reveal anything else. We only invite you to enter the wonderful literary universe that Eva García Sáenz de Urturi has created, now also available in pocket format so that Kraken will accompany you wherever you go.

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Vitoria has always had a "something" special. White and warm as none, it is the epicenter of the trilogy written by Eva García Sáenz de Urturi.

The silence of the white city It is the novel that started it all, the one that made Kraken known to us and united us inevitably to his destiny in the face of all the challenges that awaited him in the following two volumes: The water rites Y The lords of time… cas more disturbing than the previous one, more vibrant, making us realize that yes, although we did not pretend, we were already fans of Eva García Sáenz de Urturi.

And there is something special that guides the trilogy from beginning to end, that common climax between the thriller Psychological, history and legends from different regions of the Basque Country and Cantabria that do not allow us to stop reading or even to get the blanket back on the couch.

And now that we have seen on the big screen how the characters look outside the pages … and that the trilogy has already reached even a larger audience, we cannot avoid rewinding in our head why the phenomenon of the City Trilogy began White.

The 5 reasons why you will also become a devotee of the White City Trilogy

1 Because you already have it in paperback!

Yes, yes, as you read.

. Also, above all, its buildings. If you have not yet convinced yourself to reread the first two books, waiting for the third one, here we leave you our five compelling reasons:

1. It will absorb you from the first pages. The novels have an agile rhythm, and they manage to create a need for the reader to always want more.

2. Your captivating protagonist: Kraken will catch you. Unique in its kind. And unrepeatable. The inspector of Vitoria has a personality at the height of the circumstances. He loves potato tortilla skewers and has unorthodox methods, although he is accompanied by a great sense of duty.

3. You will discover a city full of rites, legends and secrets: Vitoria. A place that hides secrets in any corner will completely change your vision of the town!

4. You will know the details of a criminal investigation. You will become the shadow of Kraken, so that you can follow each one of his steps very closely.

5. You will be surprised with its unexpected ending!

And there are two more reasons to tip!

You are a staunch defender of "the book was before the movie" and you will not allow the adaptation to the big screen of The silence of the White City, which started shooting on August 1, I caught you without having read it. A film directed by Daniel Calparsoro and featuring the names of Belén Rueda, Javier Rey or Aura Garrido.

You have lost your hair and it is not because of age, but because of the wait. There are just two months left for the publication of the last volume of the trilogy, The lords of time, And you don't know how to control nerves anymore. Easy: reread the first two deliveries! Surely there are details that have been overlooked and that make this second reading even richer 😉

Why read the White City Trilogy this summer_silencio_ciudad_blancaWhy read the White City Trilogy this summer_ritos_del_aguaWhy read the White City Trilogy this summer_lords_of_time

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