THE BIG KAHN is a Good Comic… and Comics SHOULD be Good!

Greg Burgas at Comic Book Resources’ “Comics Should be Good” blog claims that THE BIG KAHN is “definitely in consideration for best graphic novel of the year.”

He also says that “I enjoyed Brownsville, Kleid’s last book, but thought there was room for improvement. With The Big Kahn, he’s made a big leap in mastery of the craft. It’s a powerful comic that makes you think about faith and family and hypocrisy.”

Mastery of the craft. You heard it here first, sports fans.

As you might know, THE BIG KAHN hits non-comics book stores this Sunday, September 20th, and keep your eyes peeled here for a pretty high profile review to honor it’s release…

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About the Author

Neil Kleid
Neil Kleid
Neil Kleid authored "Ninety Candles", a Xeric-winning graphic novella about life, death, legacy and comics, and "Brownsville", a graphic novel about the Jewish mafia for NBM Publishing. He has written for Marvel, Image, Shadowline, IDW, NBM, Slave Labor Graphics, Random House/Villard and Puffin Graphics. His next book for NBM, "The Big Kahn", arrives Summer 2009.

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