It’s the little things that take longest with comics … I’ve got all the artwork finished for graylight but I’m now on my third day of fixing speech bubbles. I want each one to be hand drawn of course, to fit what ever it contains … a slight vibrato, a whisper or a shout can […]
Here again with another installment about all THINGS UNDONE. This time I’m sharing an example of the inkline I was looking for in the process of developing this book. The cartooning wasn’t in the bag either. I was pushing for more of a big-head-cutesy-kind-of-thing. The purpose behind it, well I really wanted to show that […]
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Nicolas Cinquegrani will be signing the preview galleys of The Big Kahn we mentioned earlier on Friday from 10-12 and 2-4 and Saturday 10-12. We’re in booth #2941. We just got those printed paperback bound previews and they’re lovely! Free at BEA and ALSO at MoCCA in NYC next weekend!
This Friday through Sunday, Book Expo America is on in NY’s Javitts Convention Center. It’s the yearly get-together for the book publishing industry (and is open only to professionals). For those of you going, here’s what NBM has cooked up: We’ll be in booth 2941 presenting our upcoming Fall goodies. Of most note: we’ll have […]
Here’s my syndicated opinion column for this week: MR. OBAMA: RESIGN NOW With Democrats Like Him, Who Needs Dictators? MIAMI—We expected broken promises. But the gap between the soaring expectations that accompanied Barack Obama’s inauguration and his wretched performance is the broadest such chasm in recent historical memory. This guy makes Bill Clinton look like […]
Just chiming in to remind you that the month of May is almost over and with retailers finalizing their orders, it’s time to get in your preorder for THE BIG KAHN, my new graphic novel for NBM Publishing using Diamond Order Code MAY090988 Rabbi David Kahn has lived a forty-year lie: he is not, nor […]
“Alfred’s charming, emotional color art captures wonderfully Ollie’s youthful joy and psychological turmoil. Sensitive. Recommended for older teens and up.” So says Library Journal of Why I Killed Peter about the author’s experience with abuse at the hands of an otherwise cool priest. This only adds to the great press this book had gotten, including The […]