No, that’s not Harlem, but HAArlem with 2A’s – a picturesque village less than 10 miles from Amsterdam. The NY neighborhood was named after it in the time that New York was still New Amsterdam. The town of Haarlem hosts the biggest and nicest comics festival of The Netherlands. Every two years, the whole inner […]
Quick post to welcome two new artists to our blog: Stan Mack, formerly of the Village Voice, who’ll be talking about his upcoming: of which you can see more right here… This is being solicited at comics stores now… and Margreet whose charming, concise and […]
This last weekend’s MoCCA was excellent and generally brisk for us thanks in good part to a great reception of Guest of Honor P. Craig Russell’s latest volume in his Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde, The Happy Prince, we premiered there. Many fans had come to the show with stacks of accumulated comics of his, going […]
This weekend, at the 2012 MoCCA Fest, we’re debuting the long awaited fifth volume in P. Craig Russell’s The Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde series, Volume 5: The Happy Prince. Craig will also be making a rare convention appearance and serve as the Fest’s very first Guest of Honor. In addition to the stunning volume, […]
A belated welcome to Craig Russell to our blog! We’ve got a series of fascinating videos/interviews of him working specifically on his next Fairy Tales of Oscar Wilde, the 5th volume with the Happy Prince, coming out in April and to be premiered at MoCCA in NY end of April. We’ll post one a week […]
I’ve set up a new web site, with a special page on it for THE STORY OF LEE, including a 20 page preview of the book. Have a wee look why don’t ya: http://seanmichaelwilson.weebly.com These below are from a comic book event in London last year, arranged by ‘the man at the crossroads’, Paul Gravett:
Some great coverage begins as we’ve released Ernie Colon‘s Inner Sanctum to the world. First off, a great interview is up on Comic Book Resources. And also David-Wasting-Paper has an extensive overview of Colon’s career along with a few words with Colon as well.
Bill Baker does a great interview of Ernie Colon at the Morton Report on the occasion of his forthcoming Inner Sanctum from us.
ANOTHER nice radio/podcast type interview with me went up yesterday – this time in London. I talk about the writing of The Story of Lee, such as: “It is autobiographical?”And various things regarding AX and being in Japan. http://panelborders.wordpress.com/2011/11/27/panel-borders-the-danger-of-romance/
An nice radio/podcast type interview with me went up today in Ireland – talking about various of my books. I especially go into some detail about the writing of The Story of Lee, some critics views and my reactions – but also about my books AX and Yakuza Moon and others. A good mix of […]