Carlos Trigo is a comic book artist from Spain. He’s been working actively for the US indie comic market since 2011. His published works include Crimson Society (Action Lab Comics), Ghoul Squad (The Higher Universe) and Mixmancer (Epigamics), and of course– Hero Hourly (21 Pulp).
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[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text]Their job sucks too. Lousy pay, passive-aggressive bosses, and slashed benefits – our second book Hero Hourly is hitting comic shops in November and asking what it would be like if being a super hero were no better than any other job. After the market tanks, Saul Smirkanski finds employment at Hero Hourly, a […]
The River City Comic Con came and went with hundreds of guests, crazy cosplays, and a great showing at the 21 Pulp booth! Didn’t come? You missed out on a chance to win prizes, get a signing from James Patrick and get the inside glance on 21 Pulp productions. Lucky for you, we have pictures! […]
We’re proud to announce the inclusion of The Monsters of Jimmy Crumb in the July Geekmebox! We’ve scoured the internet checking out what people had to say about the book and 21 Pulp. Our favorite video comes from YouTuber Felcinator, who did a hilarious unboxing of all the items. (No, Jimmy isn’t picking his nose in […]
Now’s your chance to meet professional comic writer James Patrick*, the writer of comics like Batman and Green Arrow (not to mention 21 Pulp’s own Jimmy Crumb and Death Comes to Dillinger). He’ll be making an appearance at the famed River City Comic Con in Marietta, Ohio on August 15th. You’ll be able to grab […]
Take a look around: things are looking different these days. A new website redesign means all the things you love about 21 Pulp all in one place: comics, news, merch and more. We’re growing and we want you to come along for the ride. So go ahead, jump in! That is, unless you’re afraid…