by Tim Fielder | Jan 20, 2021 | @dieselfunk, afrofuturism, Amistad Publishing, bande dessinée, black comics, Comic Book Stores, dieselfunk dispatch, dieselfunk news, dieselfunk store, Dieselfunk Studios, Infinitum, Publishers Weekly, Tim Fielder
Greetings Dieselfunkateers! The INFINITUM Rollout continues with
Publishers Weekly Panel Mania: Infinitum: An Afrofuturist Tale by Tim Fielder
by Tim Fielder | Sep 16, 2018 | afrofuturism, art, bande dessinée, black comics, black metropolis, bleeding cool, Brooklyn Book Festival, Comic Books, Comics, dieselfunk dispatch, dieselfunk news, Dieselfunk Show, Dieselfunk Studios, Maria Russo, NY Times, NY Times Children's Book Review
The lab is in heavy workmode on INFINITUM. But, sometimes we gotta make a journey out the door to talk about all things Matty’s Rocket. I have the honor of participating in a wonderful panel discussion moderated by NY Times Children’s Book Editor, Maria Russo. Fellow artists, Ibi Zobo, Jen Wang, and myself will be present at the Brooklyn Historical Society libary at 5:00 PM! Tremendous THANKS to Calvin Reid and Liz Koch!
SEE YOU THERE!:-)
by Tim Fielder | May 30, 2018 | afrofuturism, art, Bam Black Comics Expo, BEX, black comics, Black Panther, bleeding cool, Book Expo, dieselfunk dispatch, dieselfunk news, Infinitum, Matty's Rocket, Uncategorized
Greetings Dieselfunkateers! It’s been a minute since I’ve posted. FEAR NOT; the Lab has been in WORK MODE! Today I’ll be publicly previewing my next graphic novel, INFINITUM
at BOOK EXPO (BEX)
during a group panel moderated by the GREAT Calvin Reid, Senior Editor of PUBLISHERS WEEKLY
Graphic Novels You Can’t Miss of 2018
BOOK EXPO: JACOB JAVITS CONVENTION CENTER
05/30/2018, 5:15 PM – 6:00 PM, Location: 1E10
More information on the panel: What are the essential graphic novels for your store coming your way in 2018? Moderated by Publishers Weekly’s Calvin Reid, this panel introduces you to the upcoming comics you can’t miss — and the authors: Tim Fielder (Matty’s Rocket), Blue Delliquanti (Meal), David Small (Home After Dark), and Ngozi Ukazu (Check, Please!). From science fiction to sports to memoir to food, with these graphic novels, there will be something for every reader.
by Tim Fielder | Mar 6, 2018 | afrofuturism, animation, art, Bam Black Comics Expo, Black Comic Book Day, black metropolis, Black Panther, Comics, dieselfunk news, Dieselfunk Show, Dieselfunk Studios, heavy metal, Marvel Cinematic Universe, Matty's Rocket, More To Come, Publishers Weekly, publishersweeklymoretocome
Greetings Dieselfunkateers! Just getting back in from our most recent stop on The #mattysrocketbooktour. Just before leaving, I was honored to be interviewed by the Legend, Calvin Reid, Senior News Editor of PUBLISHERS WEEKLY. I was recently having a conversation with a colleague about how important Calvin’s work is with regards to the medium of comics and graphic novels. The medium has in this gentleman, an ambassador and town cryer; something every industry needs in order to survive. Everyone has that thing that they do well, do with passion, and would do for free. Calvin LOVES COMICS.
We talked about Matty’s Rocket, my process, Black Panther, Dieselfunk Studios, and our upcoming graphic novel, INFINITUM.
Calvin is like ‘The Shadow’ with that frikin ring. He turned it towards me and I suddenly got dizzy and had to follow his commands. Unwillingly!:-) I gave a scoop for MATTY’S ROCKET BOOK TWO!
ITS NOT MY FAULT!!!:-)