Aug. 2 – A STUDY IN EMERALD release party and art exhibit with Rafael Albuquerque & Rafael Scavone

Join Brazilian creators Rafael Scavone and Rafael Albuquerque this August for a special release party and art exhibit to celebrate their new collaboration, A Study In Emerald.

This supernatural mystery set in the world of Sherlock Holmes and Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos features a brilliant detective and his partner as they try to solve a horrific murder.

The complex investigation takes the Baker Street investigators from the slums of Whitechapel all the way to the Queen’s Palace as they attempt to find the answers to this bizarre murder of cosmic horror!

From the Hugo, Bram Stoker, Locus, World Fantasy, Nebula award-winning, and New York Times bestselling writer Neil Gaiman comes this graphic novel adaptation by Rafael Scavone, with art by Eisner award winning artist Rafael Albuquerque!

WHO: Rafael Albuquerque & Rafael Scavone
WHAT: A Study In Emerald book signing and art exhibit
WHEN: Thursday August 2, 6-9pm
WHERE: Floating World Comics, 400 NW Couch St.

Rafael Scavone started his career in 2014 editing comic books alongside Rafael Albuquerque and their own publisher: Stout Club. Since then, he has worked for DC Comics writing popular characters such as Wonder Woman and Batman.

He is currently writing Hit-Girl for Image Comics and adapting the award-winning story A Study in Emerald, from Neil Gaiman, for Dark Horse Comics. Rafael lives in Brazil, loves to hear and tell stories spending most of his time among comic books, music and friends.

Rafael Albuquerque was born in Porto Alegre, Brazil. He has been working in the American comic book industry since 2005. Best known from his work on All Star Batman, Animal Man, and Batgirl, he has also published the creator-owned books Mondo Urbano (2010), Eight (2015), and Huck (2015).

Rafael is an Eisner and Harvey Award winner for the NY Times Bestseller American Vampire (DC Comics/Vertigo, 2010), written by Scott Snyder and Stephen King. His upcoming projects include the adaptation of the popular Neil Gaiman’s tale A Study in Emerald, and Mark Millar’s Hit-Girl.