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, we’ll also have 10 copies of the signed and numbered edition of the book which are quarterbound in real cloth and fine paper with a tip-in sheet signed by P. Craig Russell.
If that’s not awesome enough, Brooke A. Allen (A Home For Mr. Easter) and Neil Kleid (Brownsville, The Big Kahn) will also be hanging around the booth with publisher Terry Nantier and Papercutz artist Rick Parker (Slices, Tales From The Crypt).
So, come by Booth J4, say “hello” and be one of the very first to own Craig’s newest book.
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 of those and also have him comment in regular blog entries on his work.
The book is being solicited for now at comics stores.
We’re also busy at the office working on putting together the book to go out to the printer tomorrow. The artwork is stunning and Lovern Kindzierski’s colors just beautiful! Lovin’ every minute.
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.
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 serious discussion about comics and also relaxed joking around, but please excuse me sniffing quite a lot, my nose was blocked up that day!: http://thecomiccast.com/2011/11/22/alternative-manga-an-interview-with-sean-michael-wilson/
Following right after this, Ernie Colon’s first appearance on our blog, welcome, Ernie!
He joins our many artists blogging here from Rick Geary to Sean Michael Wilson.
Don’t miss on our Facebook page some interview questions he answered as well as a full story preview from his forthcoming Inner Sanctum, coming December which you can order now at your comics shop!
NBM will be at the New York Comic Con Oct. 13-16 at the Javitts Center in booth 1831.
We’ll have our latest books, premiering the lovely BUBBLES & GONDOLA.
AND we’ll have ERNIE COLON appearing Friday and Saturday in support of his upcoming INNER SANCTUM. He’ll be signing a preview book made just for the show (only $1!) as well as sketches he made in preparation of the book for all those buying at least 3 books from our assortment.
Here’s when he’ll be appearing:
Friday from 1 to 2:30 and 4 to 5:30PM, and Saturday from 10:30AM to 12:00PM, 2:30PM to 4PM.
We’ll have copies of the manga bestseller Stargazing Dog, the nutty Kinky & Cosy, Geary’s Sacco & Vanzetti, the wondrous Sky Over the Louvre. Also the Dungeon series and other goodies to lick your chops over!
We’ll be sharing the booth with our sister act (as it were) Papercutz who’ll have Stefan Petrucha and Rick Parker appearing, all the latest Smurfs, Geronimo Stilton, Garfield AND THE PREMIER OF NINJAGO COMICS, the sensation from Lego…
See us at Booth 1831…
Nix’ snarky Kinky & Cosy is #10 on this week’s New York Times Bestseller list for hardcover graphic novels!
And Robot 6 has this to say about the collection:
“Nix’s little rascals are bad kids in the Bart Simpson/Calvin/Shinchan mode, but the humor is more fearless.”
“Recommended. The cultural tension is beautifuilly written, and the story is told well in the small moments between Lee and Matt.”
Library Media Connection on the Story Of Lee.
The Portland Examiner covers Rick Geary’s successful appearance at Bridge City Comics last week.
Finally, Manga Maniac Cafe gives Stargazing Dog an A-.