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Blacksad: They All Fall Down · Part One

Blacksad: They All Fall Down · Part One

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Overview

The long-awaited return of hardboiled feline P.I. Blacksad in the latest tour de force from the multiple-award-winning duo of writer Juan Díaz Canales and artist Juanjo Guarnido!

After a seven-year hiatus, this worldwide noir bestseller returns to American shores with a brand-new two-part storyline. Detective John Blacksad deals with the mob, the unions, and mid-century “master builder” Lewis Solomon, who plans to pave over New York City’s green spaces, come hell or high water. While Blacksad must navigate from the lofty world of 1950s theater all the way to the city’s seedy depths, Solomon looms above it all in pursuit of his own dreams—but at what cost? Meanwhile, Weekly finds himself in the hot seat just as an old flame comes back to burn his pal Blacksad!


“A tour de force! Don’t miss this!”—Neal Adams

“Grade A!”—Entertainment Weekly

“Brilliant art and an unusual display of anthropomorphic realism.”—Will Eisner

“Ranks among the very best cartooning I’ve ever seen in comics.”—iFanboy


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781506730578
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publication date: 07/19/2022
Pages: 64
Sales rank: 89,089
Product dimensions: 8.38(w) x 10.88(h) x (d)

About the Author

Born in Madrid in 1972, Juan Díaz Canales began his career at 18 for the Spanish animation studio Lápiz Azul, where he and Juanjo Guarnido first met. After Guarnido moved to Paris, the two traded ideas about the project that became Blacksad, a series of graphic albums written by Díaz Canales as a 1950s noir. The writer now juggles scripting for comics and animation as well as directing for television. While Blacksad was Canales’s first published comics work, he has collaborated with several artists, most recently with Antonio Lapone on the Eisner-nominated Gentlemind, co-written with Díaz Canales’s wife Teresa Valero.

Juanjo Guarnido was born in Granada, Spain, in 1967. After meeting Juan Díaz Canales at the Lápiz Azul animation studio, Guarnido moved to Paris in 1993 to join the Walt Disney Studios satellite in Montreuil, where he worked as an animator. While there, Guarnido began drawing his first graphic album, working long-distance with Díaz Canales toward the 2000 publication of Blacksad: Somewhere within the Shadows. The overwhelming success of the title has allowed Guarnido to take on other projects, like Sorcelleries with writer Teresa Valero and the recent best-selling Les Indes Fourbes with writer Alain Ayroles.

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