PRESS ENTER TO CONTINUE ANA GALVAÑ Apa Apa Comics (Spain) | March 2018 | 100 Pages | Colour
Foreign sales: France (Revival); World English (Fantagraphics Books) In this comic, Ana Galvañ traces the course of modernity with a path of electric and phosphorescent tiles that direct us to recondite alternative dimensions where her cartoons find new and magnetic interpretations of science-fiction.—Álvaro Pons A disgraced circus doll reminiscent of Blanche Dubois. Mentally controlled people in interstellar camps with liquid crystal access gates. Blackmails by computer viruses that feed from our most unspeakable traumas. Corporate job interviews just out of a Kafka's book. Ana Galvañ's world is a mix of science-fiction and cosmic anger; John Varley and Rod Serling
ANA GALVAÑ is a Spanish cartoonist and illustrator. She worked in advertising for several years before dedicating herself full-time to comic books and illustration. She has collaborated with Wired, Gestalten, S Moda, Diagonal and Grazia. Her comics have been published by Fantagraphics, Nobrow, Ultrarradio, Vertigo DC, Apa-Apa and Fosfatina. In 2010 she was awarded the Premio Especial del Jurado in the III Certamen Creacómic. Her latest comics are Más allá del arco iris, and Luz Verdadera, a comic included in the series Fosfatina 2000. Furthermore, she has collaborated with several comics and illustration festivals such as GRAF, Grafic-ho, Jornadas de cómic de Valencia, Garabato fest, Entreviñetas and Small Press Expo. Her work was awarded the Premio Gràffica 2016.