The Onion puts Geary in top 25 of decade

January 13, 2010 by  
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Specifically, they rave about his Mystery of Mary Rogers Book: “Roughly once a year throughout the ’00s, Rick Geary delivered another of his carefully researched, beautifully drawn “Treasury Of Victorian Murder” books (or lately, “Treasury Of XXth-Century Murder”). All are essential reading for comics fans and history buffs alike, but The Mystery Of Mary Rogers […]

Sequential Tart highly recommends Vatican Hustle

January 12, 2010 by  
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On Greg Houston‘s Vatican Hustle: “The first comic in a long time to make me laugh in public. If you do not enjoy the non sequiturs of Family Guy, you will want to avoid this book. Everyone else is in for a treat of the lowbrow type. Vatican Hustle is one of those comics that […]

GRAPHIC NYC: How ‘Once Upon a Time in America’ influenced BROWNSVILLE

January 11, 2010 by  
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Here’s a fun essay I wrote for Graphic NYC about the movie ONCE UPON A TIME IN AMERICA and how it influenced my book, BROWNSVILLE. “Brownsville, the graphic novel I created for NBM Publishing with Jake Allen, counts influences from mafia films and novels, history and transcripts, and comic book creators ranging from Will Eisner […]

Week in reviews

January 8, 2010 by  
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Joe & Azat in the Smithsonian? Indeed, a nice review of Jesse Lonergan’s Joe & Azat at the Smithsonian site: “Joe’s best guide is local Azat, “the computer expert at the education department” – never mind that the entire department has but one computer. Azat, “the greatest dreamer [Joe] ever met” is also his best friend […]

NBM in March: Dungeon Twilight 3

January 8, 2010 by  
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Here’s what we’ve got being solicited for in comics stores this month, coming out in March: DUNGEON Twilight Vol. 3: The New Centurions Joann SFAR, Lewis TRONDHEIM, KERASCOET, OBION The next 2 chapters in the decline of Dungeon: Terra Amata has exploded and the Dark Fortress of the Grand Khan needs to master the nitro […]

Rall interviewed on Graphic Novel Reporter

January 7, 2010 by  
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Graphic Novel Reporter’s John Hogan has posted an interview of Ted Rall over his latest book from us The Year of Loving Dangerously.

Blogcritics on Vatican Hustle

December 30, 2009 by  
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“An ultra-broad send-up of ‘70’s blaxploitation flicks, Hustle follows the exploits of private dick Boss Karate Black Guy Jones, who’s hired to retrieve a naïve young thing from the clutches of Vatican City porn merchants. The two-fisted tough guy with a yen for Pottery Barn tchotchkes bulldozes his way through an assortment of garishly grotesque […]

Remember: we’re 20% off!

December 29, 2009 by  
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All of our NBM graphic novels are 20% off, including Eurotica, as long as your purchase is a minimum of $25. A great occasion for that Holiday cash you just got! …Maybe? On our sale page you’ll see other special bargains including a number of Pantheon/Random House as well as First Second Graphic Novels we’re […]

Royo’s Malefic reviewed

December 29, 2009 by  
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Comic Mix reviews Malefic, which was then picked by the much larger IMDb: “His art speaks volumes without a single letter. He works predominantly with acrylic and oil on paper and the work is moving and imaginative. There’s an undercurrent of sensuality in his compositions regardless of setting or impending doom. Royo fans will certainly […]

San Diego Tribune on Rall’s latest

December 24, 2009 by  
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“Ted Rall is a terrific journalist (“Silk Road to Ruin”), a take-no-prisoners political cartoonist (“America Gone Wild,” to name just one collection, and his work runs in many media outlets) and … gigolo? There’s sex, sure, but it’s a hard and humiliating way to go, and Rall is brutal as he savages himself and the […]