Articles by Rick Geary

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APE 2011

Here are four more pages from my new 20th Century Murder, “Lovers Lane,” which detail the discovery of the bodies of Rev. Edward Hall and Mrs. Eleanor Mills on September 16, 1922. I’m looking forward…

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Lovers’ Lane

Here are the pencil versions of some of the introductory pages for the latest volume in my Treasury of 20th Century Murder series: the story of the still-unsolved Hall-Mills double murder in New Brunswick NJ…

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Sacco & Vanzetti

Below are penciled pages for a key episode in my next book, “The Lives of Sacco and Vanzetti.” It’s a classic murder case with more legal and political content than I’ve ever taken on. In…

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Axe-Man

“The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans,” one of the nation most mysterious serial killers, gets the full treatment in my newest graphic novel, due out this summer. Here is a preview in the form of…

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From Rick Geary

I’m at present finishing up the final inking on “The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans,” but it’s never too late to make small adjustments and corrections.  I just returned from a long-overdue visit to New Orleans,…

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From Rick Geary

Here is a small preview of my latest book from NBM, “Famous Players: The Mysterious Death of William Desmond Taylor.”  It’s the convoluted tale of a still-unsolved 1922 murder in Hollywood, involving several film stars…

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From Rick Geary

Below are three preliminary sketches for my new book for NBM “The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans.”  I had been reading for years, in various sources, about the bloodthirsty killer (or killers) who dispatched six…

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From Rick Geary

Here is a shot of  my studio, where I spend many hours per day, not unlike the average office worker, except that I can get up and leave whenever I want.  Note the television (always…

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