The Cartoon Art Museum hosts artist Trina Robbins and publisher Brian Andersen on Sunday, June 14, 2009 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. in promotion of CBG Comics' newest release, CALIFORNIA GIRLS. This event is presented by the Cartoon Art Museum Bookstore, and is part of its ongoing series of presentations and book signings.
CBG Comics, the little comic book company that could (created by publisher Brian Andersen, the mind behind such indie comic series as SO DUPER DUPER, REIGNBOW & DEE-VA and UNBASHEDLY BILLIE), is very proud to be publishing a new collection of Trina Robbins's wonderful comic book series CALIFORNIA GIRLS. Originally printed in the mid-1980s, California Girls is a classic indie black and white comic series starring an all-girl cast written, drawn and created by writer, herstorian and living legend Trina Robbins. Featuring the adventures and romantic entanglements of two fabulously dressed twins, Max and Mo, California Girls is a beloved snapshot of an era gone, but not forgotten. The CALIFORNIA GIRLS trade paperback collects for the first time the entire eight-issue run of the original series by Robbins, with additional artist support by the late Barb Rausch, as well as paper dolls and the always fabulous reader-submitted fashions.
For more information about Trina Robbins, please visit her website, www.trinarobbins.com. To discover more about CBG Comics and comic book creator Brian Andersen, for sure check out: www.sosuperduper.com.