Graylight is shipping and is to hit stores very soon. From the author of the well acclaimed Unholy Kinship and House of Clay. See more and previews.
The undead have as much use as the dead. My Dad was kind enough to mail me a cow’s skull that he came across in a field. At least that’s where he said he found it. Often when I was younger I’d wander into the woods for hours and would eventually come upon a grisly […]
“Lonergan’s clean, sharp lines, minimal backgrounds, and pure black and white (no grays, not even via shading) make another story of a youthful, probably temporary relationship vivid and affecting. Altogether excellent.” See more on Joe & Azat and Jesse Lonergan.
If you order $25 or more worth of our books, we will extend 20% off your order! This includes even sale books both of ours and of other publishers which you can find here. And it includes comic books, magazines, etc… This however cannot be combined with our ‘buy 4 get 1 free’ offer. And this […]
Vatican Hustle by Greg Houston gets a few awed remarks: “a love letter to the blacksploitation genre penned in the only manner such a note can successfully be executed: way the hell over the top. Houston clearly had a blast writing and drawing Vatican Hustle, and his joy is infectious.” Brian Heater of The Daily Cross Hatch […]
First, let’s point you to a fun interview on Smith Magazine’s site with Ted Rall on his recent Year of Loving Dangerously. Greg McElhatton of Read About Comics sees Rall’s book as a bit of an exercise in self-justification but still grants that “This is the kind of glimpse into someone’s life that readers […]
It’s the fifth night of Chanukah, so from our yet-to-actually-be shoveled (whew!) relocated home office in New Jersey, Team Kleid wants to wish you and yours a safe and happy holiday season. Thanks for supporting THE BIG KAHN in 2009, and here’s looking to a brand new year filled with health, happiness, success and sequential […]
I’m at present finishing up the final inking on “The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans,” but it’s never too late to make small adjustments and corrections. I just returned from a long-overdue visit to New Orleans, where I immersed myself in the atmosphere of the place. Below is a comparison of a penciled page (before my […]
When I wrote THINGS UNDONE I had no idea it would become a film. And it still hasn’t but the more I see romance and horror mixing the more it makes sense. Then again, it’s hard to imagine two zombies making out…or is it? If there was ever a chance for something so ripe to […]
i don’t get fame or fortune but i do get advance copies and great great joy! the printing is wonderful, the paper is thicker than i thought it would be, everything is perfect!! 144 pages, full colour. slightly unreal. i sold and signed some of these on saturday at the opening of a group art […]