Although I’ve been a fan of westerns my whole life (comics, movies, TV shows, classic art and illustration) I was late to the party discovering Tex. The character Tex Willer debuted in 1948 and has been published continuously ever since.
(I wrote about Tex last year in my With Further Ado column entitled “Jes’ Who is this Hombre Called Tex”?)
I just received the latest adventure. It’s called Tex: In the Land of the Seminoles. This is a gorgeous, hefty hardcover written by Mauro Boselli with stunning black & white inked artwork by the insanely talented Michele Rubini.
One of the great things about comic conventions is running into entrepreneurs and creators that you hadn’t planned on meeting. I had the pleasure of meeting Rubini at San Diego Comic-Con. He was billed as Epicenter’s special guest from Italy. I found the only thing that could surpass his artistic talent was his overwhelming charm and generosity. Continue reading “With Further Ado #218: Tex: In the Land of the Seminoles”