Tag Archives: Dean Haspiel

Hang Dai at Comic Arts Brooklyn 2015

Gregory Benton, Josh Neufeld, and Dean Haspiel will be selling & signing their books and prints at Table U39, at Comic Arts Brooklyn 2015. Saturday NOV 7, 2015 Comic Arts Brooklyn: Book Sales & Signings Our Lady of Mt. Carmel … Continue reading

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Broken Frontier reviews BEEF WITH TOMATO

Excerpts: “Haspiel wears his feelings for his city on his sleeve without apology or illusion. He loves the place, warts and all, unable to deny its deep, lasting impact on his development as an artist and his maturation into the … Continue reading

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Hang Dai at Locust Moon Comics Festival 2015

Hang Dai studios mates, Gregory Benton, Christa Cassano and Dean Haspiel are special guests at the Locust Moon Comics Festival 2015 this Halloween. We will be sitting at table 21, selling/signing copies of our latest comix, graphic novels and prints. We will also be available … Continue reading

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Make Comics Culture: An Evening With Hang Dai Editions Closes A Circle

(Josh Neufeld, Dean Haspiel & Gregory Benton at Greenlight Bookstore) Really nice essay about Hang Dai, our event at Greenlight Bookstore, and closing a circle by the incomparable Hannah Means-Shannon. Excerpts: “I’ve known these guys for a few years and … Continue reading

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An evening with HANG DAI Editions at Greenlight Bookstore

Thursday, October 22, 7:30 PM An Evening with HANG DAI Editions Moderated by Josh Neufeld Beef with Tomato by Dean Haspiel Smoke by Gregory Benton Schmuck by Seth Kushner Visual presentation and discussion Greenlight Bookstore 686 Fulton street, Brooklyn, NY … Continue reading

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NY Daily News: Dean Haspiel on ‘Beef With Tomato’ and Brooklyn

Reporter Cesar Bustamante, Jr. interviewed Dean Haspiel about his graphic novel, BEEF WITH TOMATO, for The NY Daily News. Excerpts: “It’s funny because when I was first walking down the street in Carroll Gardens I would see the old Italians, they would … Continue reading

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Publisher’s Weekly reviews Dean Haspiel’s BEEF WITH TOMATO

“Haspiel creates a sympathetic yet magnetic protagonist in this complete collection of his Street Code comics and essays, which tell the semiautobiographical story of one man’s experience leaving Manhattan behind for Carroll Gardens in Brookyn. Whether it’s hanging out with … Continue reading

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