CCXP confirms Frank Quitely, Eduardo Risso and Lee Bermejo at Artists’ Alley

CCXP confirms Frank Quitely, Eduardo Risso and Lee Bermejo at Artists' Alley

THE CCXP , after the announcement of John Romita Jr. at the event, now confirms the names of Frank Quitely, Eduardo Risso and Lee Bermejo at the Artists’ Alley.

Lee Bermejo, on his first visit to Brazil, will make his debut at the festival. The illustrator was responsible for several comics from the Batman universe and worked on several graphic novels alongside the screenwriter Brian Azzarello, among them the recently launched Batman: Damned. As a solo artist, Bermejo scripted and illustrated Batman: Noel and Suiciders, in addition to designing several covers for A.D, Marvel and Dark Horse.

Already Eduardo Risso returns to the country, after the success of his stay at CCXP in 2016. The comic artist worked in the renowned publications Caín, 100 Bullets, Spaceman, 100 Bullets – Brother Lono, Logan and Batman: Black & White, among others. Risso also has projects with Brian Azzarello, like the work Moonshine, and with Enrique Sanchez Abulí, like 1972 Torpedo. The artist has already received the main awards in the market: he was the winner of Eisner (2001, 2002 and 2004) and Harvey (2002, 2003 and 2008), among others.

Frank Quitely is well known in the world of comics, having written and illustrated his first stories in the late 1980s. Electric Soup, launched on the underground scene, became part of the magazine Judge Dredd, sold throughout the United Kingdom. The recognition of his work led him to major publishers, including DC, Marvel and Image Comics. On its curriculum are prominent publications, such as The New X-Men, Sandman: Endless Nights, We3 – Survival Instinct, Superman – Great Stars, Batman & Robin and The Legacy of Jupiter. Together with Mark Millar, the artist was responsible for the work The Legacy of Jupiter, which will win a series for Netflix.

The announcements take place on the last day of sales of the first batch of CCXP tickets, which ends at the end of today (April 30). For those who have not yet purchased their tickets, it is possible to purchase them for Thursday, Friday and Sunday, in addition to the Epic Experience package and the Unlock CCXP credential. Saturday’s credentials, which give access to the four-day event and the Full Experience package, are already exhausted. Even with the batch turning on May 1st, new tickets will not be available for days already sold out.

In 2018, the event received 262 thousand visitors, breaking public record and positioning itself once again with the largest pop culture festival in the world. CCXP is already part of the country’s cultural calendar and this year it will take place between December 5th and 8th, at São Paulo Expo. Learn more at