1998 was a good year: Monica Lewinsky and Bill Clinton and cigars, Michael Jordan’s last game as a Bull, Mark McGwire and Sammy Sosa in a steroid-fueled-bulging-bicep quest to shatter the home run record, and Semisonic’s Closing Time all over the radio. Sadly, it was also the year we lost Falco, Phil Hartman, Bob Kane, […]
As a holiday gift to you, we’ve discounted two of our newest titles for one day only for just $3.99 each. It’s the perfect opportunity to try out some of the great books that we publish. MADISON SQUARE TRAGEDY: The Murder of Stanford White by Rick Geary Stanford White is one of New York’s most […]
Take it easy, read some comics, and if you got some snow, enjoy it. Merry Christmas!
An Easter egg is: “an intentional inside joke, hidden message, or feature in a work such as a computer program, movie, book, or crossword.” I have hidden a few easter eggs in my books, and today, as we’re approaching Christmas, I’ll reveal some of them to you. When you open Philosophy: a Discovery in Comics, the first thing you see is the endsheets (only […]
Here’s what we’ve got being solicited for at your comics store now to come out in February: Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde, the complete hardcover set 1-5 P. Craig Russell All clothbound jacketed volumes adapting Oscar Wilde’s compelling tales are assembled here with close to 200 pages of exquisite comics, including such classics as The […]
In a few months, Philosophy: a Discovery in Comics and Science: a Discovery in Comics will be published in South Korea. I’m very thrilled about this! It’s really strange to see my work translated into a language I can’t read at all. I love the Korean letters, they look really mysterious and elegant: The publisher […]
Our most recent release of Renaud Dilles’ work, Betty Blues, is garnering some very positive reviews. The Quietus, in a rare interview, took some time to speak with Mr. Dilles about his work including Betty Blues, Abelard and Bubbles & Gondola. Check out the interview HERE, and after the jump read what some of the […]
I was at the Holly Fair in Harvard Square this weekend with Dan Mazur. We got to sell some comics and talk to some folks, but most importantly we got to hang out together, which is something we don’t get to do nearly enough. All Star, which is about to be published by NBM in […]