Omaha The Cat Dancer Volume 8 “Quality erotic comics.” – Publisher’s Weekly “Dave Sim might win the title for longest and most determined self-published comic, but Omaha the Cat Dancer is much more fun and human as an artist’s significant, consuming accomplishment.” – Comics Worth Reading Zombillenium “A hoot from start to finish, with funny […]
If you haven’t read Persia Blues writer Dara Naraghi’s piece on Bleeding Cool from this past week you should by all means. Persia Blues is according to Naraghi, “best described as a fusion of historical fantasy and modern social commentary, featuring a strong-willed young Iranian female protagonist.” Sounds pretty interesting, doesn’t it? Here’s what folks […]
The Harvey Award Nominations are in and we’re proud to have received a nomination for Abelard in the category “BEST AMERICAN EDITION OF FOREIGN MATERIAL” by artist Renaud Dillies and writer Régis Hautière. More details about the award and how to vote after the jump.
San Diego Comic-Con Premieres and Signing Schedule; Omaha The Cat Dancer‘s Reed Waller To Make First Convention Appearance in 20 Years!
NBM PUBLISHING • BOOTH 1714 This week the annual San Diego Comic-Con kicks off and NBM will be there at Booth 1714 with the premieres of the long awaited final eighth volume of Omaha The Cat Dancer, the first volume of Zombillenium, as well as a rare appearance by Omaha co-creator Reed Waller and signing […]
I love drawing timelines. It’s a real challenge to bring down certain periods of time down to their historic essentials in a way that’s entertaining as well as educational. In my new book Science: a Discovery in Comics, I included several spreads with illustrated timelines. In a previous blog post I already showed the one […]
Here’s what’s being solicited from us in comics stores this month, to come out in September: Dillies of Bubbles & Gondola and Abelard, both nominated for Eisners is back! New from ComicsLit: BETTY BLUES Renaud Dillies Little Rice Duck has built himself quite the reputation around the West Wood, playing his trumpet in bars with […]
On the occasion of the launch of this new series, a wry parody with eye popping art, we’re launching the Zombillenium site, now in English. Just like the art in the book, it is amazing, full of features with more about the characters, a map of the Zombillenium park, video intro, desktop backgrounds, a […]
It’s now less than two months to go before my book Science: a Discovery in Comics will be in stores! To whet your appetites, here’s a bit of a proto-science-comic I made for newspaper Trouw in 2009, for its philosophy section. Philosophy of Science has always been my interest, and here I had the opportunity […]