Comics Creators: as you consider the Harvey Awards noms

April 19, 2010 by  
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… We ask you to keep in mind what we published in 2009, most particularly: The Big Khan The Year of Loving Dangerously Famous Players But also: Joe & Azat, Things Undone, the Dungeon series, Little Nothings, Mijeong, Vatican Hustle, Graylight. We had not much luck with the Eisners, maybe the Harveys? If you’re a […]

MoCCA: Mr. Easter a sell-out!

April 12, 2010 by  
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Saturday was a busy day at the MoCCA Fest last weekend, definitely an upbeat event with many who came ready to buy. One of the hits was the premiere of A Home for Mr. Easter, Brooke A. Allen‘s debut graphic novel. It sold out by mid-afternoon of that day. We had to go back to […]

MoCCA party saturday night

April 9, 2010 by  
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Re-posting this from Brian Heater’s Cross Hatch: “The always-amazing Paul Pope was kind enough to create the poster for the official MoCCA after party (designed by the folks at Dark Igloo). The party is this Saturday, after the festival. There will be live comics readings from the likes of R. Sikoryak and Michael Kupperman; DJ […]

Meet us and our artists at MoCCA this weekend

April 8, 2010 by  
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The MoCCA Festival is coming right up, here in NYC this weekend of April 10 and we’ll be busy with quite a few of our authors appearing! Come and meet: Brooke A. Allen premiering our brand new ‘A Home for Mr. Easter.’ Greg Houston (Vatican Hustle) Neil Kleid and Nicolas Cinquegrani (The Big Khan, Brownsville) Ted […]

Rall’s 2nd Afghanistan trip funded, see the Newsarama piece

April 5, 2010 by  
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Newsarama ran a great piece about Ted Rall’s getting funding at Kickstarter (see previous blog entries), this will give you all the fascinating background. Now, of course, Ted has reached his lofty goal of $25,000. It was down to the wire. See the book we published of his first trip right during the start of […]

Who we got at MoCCA

March 31, 2010 by  
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The MoCCA Festival is coming right up, here in NYC the weekend of April 10 and we’ll be busy with quite a few of our authors appearing! Come and meet: Brooke A. Allen premiering our brand new ‘A Home for Mr. Easter.’ Greg Houston (Vatican Hustle) Neil Kleid and Nicolas Cinquegrani (The Big Khan, Brownsville) Ted […]

Boneyard in $1.99 comic books on iPhone from Panelfly

March 17, 2010 by  
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Our long-running and popular series BONEYARD by Richard Moore, a wonderfully dark-humored sendup of all things Horror is now featured at Panelfly, our partner in getting our comics on the iPhone (and soon iPad). They’re presently bringing out 2 comic book issues a week, just as they had appeared in comic book  first (except now […]

Ted Rall to appear at B&N Upper West Side

February 8, 2010 by  
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  Come and meet Ted Rall, author of our new The Year of Loving Dangerously at Barnes & Noble on 82nd and Broadway in nyc Tuesday the 16th at 7PM. Rall is also the author of the best-selling To Afghanistan & Back and Silk Road to Ruin, all available from NBM. He’ll be signing and chatting […]

Impressions of Angouleme ’10

January 28, 2010 by  
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Hello from Angouleme. I’m at this year’s edition of the show that attracts as many as 200,000 people every year. It’s France’s San Diego. Lewis Trondheim has had many a page of his Little Nothings dedicated to this show, especially around his consecration with the grand prize here a couple years ago. Just arrived yesterday […]

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 […]