Graphic Novel Reporter’s John Hogan has posted an interview of Ted Rall over his latest book from us The Year of Loving Dangerously.
“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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
“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 […]
We’re making a few: Mijeong, a manhwa, made Popcultureshock‘s list of best of 2009: “Wholly unlike most of the other English-translated manhwa hitting the shelves these days, this volume is a hidden gem, with glimpses of true brilliance that promise a great future for the artist.” SFSite put The Big Kahn in theirs: “Kleid’s story […]
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 […]