Dungeon Zenith 3 is now out

March 18, 2009 by  
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We’re shipping now the next installment of the main branch of Dungeon, one we hadn’t published anything new in for a while. It has a new artist who does a great segue from Trondheim/Sfar’s art. Generally now these 2 guys are so busy they’re only writing the Dungeon books together and passing along the art to […]

a day at the studio. in snow.

March 13, 2009 by  
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i’m finishing up chapter 9 right now, and it’s the next-to-last part! just like jesse i badly want to say that i’m done even though i’m not. and just like him, i have a landmark birthday coming up – i’ll be 25! i have no particular feelings about this, even after doing some soulsearching (is […]

Drawing Comics

March 12, 2009 by  
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It’s been kind of a busy week. I managed to get the bulk of the Turkmenistan book done (there is still the cover and some editing to do)(so maybe I shouldn’t use the word done)(but I want to). I also managed to turn thirty, which someone told me is the new twenty. All I can […]

Where the Magic Happens

March 10, 2009 by  
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Hey, all! Been working pretty hard to get THE BIG KAHN ready for the printer over here, but wanted to duck in and add to the chorus of working studio photos. Here are two quick snaps of my fairly cluttered drawing table… usually, I script on my laptop from any point around the studio, but […]

Will Eisner classic adaptations on 50%+ sale

March 10, 2009 by  
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We need to sell off the few remaining copies of Will Eisner’s series of charming adaptations he had done of various classics. All books remaining are discounted from 7.95/8.95 to $3.95 for paperbacks, $15.95 to $8 for hardcovers and even the signed and numbered editions, limited to only 300 are now at $19.95 instead of $50!! […]

…and Newsarama praises First Time

March 10, 2009 by  
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“Sibylline imbues each short with a clear and strongly realized emotional core. Most enjoyable, nearly every story paints sex as a positive, joyful experience. There’s no shame or humiliation here, as nine of the women (unfortunately, not the doll) are willing partners in each act, and everyone comes out of their experiences richer for it. […]

ComicsWorthReading reviews a bunch

March 10, 2009 by  
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Johanna Draper Carlson’s ComicsWorthReading has just reviewed 4 of our recent books, besides Miss Don’t Touch Me which she calls “thrilling escapism with naughty touches”, Why I Killed Peter and First Time, she has this to say about Trondheim’s latest Little Nothings: “The work is gorgeous, due to the artist’s skill, observations, and especially watercolors. […]

15% OFF SALE!

March 5, 2009 by  
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We’re presently having a 15% off sale across our website on all books. This is good until March 15. Simply use the code S15 in the coupon field on the cart when you order. And besides, you get a 5th book free from a choice of many when you order 4. That special we have […]

Drawing Comics

March 5, 2009 by  
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Here’s my second installment of comics about comics. I hope you enjoy it. This is really an experiment on my part so I’d love to hear what people think, commentwise, suggestionwise, criticismwise, or questionwise. Work on my Turkmenistan books is going along well. I’m about eight pages away from completion (though of course there will […]

Miami Herald on Why I Killed Peter

March 5, 2009 by  
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“If there is a healing process, this unforgettable graphic reminiscence is surely its catalyst. Collaborator Alfred evocatively illuminates Ka’s memoir of childhood innocence and grown-up pain. Special mention must be made of his extraordinary use of color and photography as magical elements to convey the emotional ambiguity and banality of evil.” So said Richard Pachter […]