Hey, I was interviewed this past week for the San Francisco Jewish Weekly’s Comix Friday column and the first part went live HERE. Next week, we expand on THE BIG KAHN in detail. “If you do know what you’re doing, art can be a little more tedious than writing. I can write a 200-page graphic […]
Shane White will be at our booth #1528 at next week’s San Diego comic-con to sign a beautiful offset printed 2 color preview (actually part of the book’s print run itself) of his forthcoming THINGS UNDONE which ships to stores later in August. Come meet him, take a look and get a collectible available only […]
Here’s where’ll you’ll find me at the show… might have 50 or so stickers with me for lucky consumers… working on them tonight.
If you hadn’t heard yet, Lewis Trondheim, the great French comic artist behind our increasingly popular Dungeon and Little Nothings books, amongst others, is an official guest of the San Diego Comic-con happening next week. He will be appearing at our booth #1528 on Friday the 24th from 4 to 5:30. We will have the […]
Nationally syndicated columnist Andrew ‘Capt. Comics’ Smith who also has a regular column in the Comics Buyers Guide, has this to say about two of our recent books: On Geary’s latest Famous Players: “Whodunit? As usual, that’s up to you. Geary never fails to impress and “Famous Players” is just another reason why.” On our […]
i’ve quit my day job (third time, third job!) but this time i’m staying one day a week, which is enough to pay the bills if i can just make a tiny sum from art things once in a while. could it be the elusive finances/time/art equilibrium? stay tuned … so anyway, i’m finally ready […]
They interview Geary and NBM publisher Nantier. Geary will be appearing at our booth in San Diego next week, see the schedule. And he’s up for 2 Eisner Awards.
This is not THINGS UNDONE. It’s one of the last sketches I did for myself at the Fremont Zombie walk. I’m using a similar inking style in my next book and wanted to see if I could hold back on over-coloring it. Almost a week away before San Diego Comicon. I haven’t been there in […]
While the reviewer had some reservations on character development, “In the end, this novel is a sassy and even controversial murder mystery that will entertain.” The Feminist Review
Sometimes I wish I had more time to blog these days… but when I’m absent, you all know it’s because I’m doing the work, right? Right. And, oh what work there is. To quickly update you, THE BIG KAHN has been sent to the printer and will be hitting your local comic stores at the […]