One of the positives about Comic-Con International is that they manage to bring in at least one or two heavy-hitter International guests, which in that setting can be particularly nice because the bulk of the convention isn't necessarily focused on that expression of the art form. The result is you can see a David B. or Lorenzo Mattotti give a presentation without the room being overly crowded, or wait in a line only five-deep for an autograph from Lewis Trondheim. One artist fitting that role this year is Yoshihiro Tatsumi. Chris Butcher notes another collection from the artist will be released by Drawn and Quarterly this Fall.
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