Comic Books Resources interviews NBM and Papercutz publisher Terry Nantier mostly about this fall and highlights in San Diego for both NBM and Papercutz and also a bit about NBM’s history.
Here’s our schedule of our authors appearing at our booth #1528 in San Diego next week. We’ll be having Mark Badger and Gerard Jones in to launch Networked: Carabella on the Run hot off the press, Ted Rall, Richard Moore (Boneyard), Rick Geary, and Sean Michael Wilson signing an ashcan of his forthcoming Story of […]
It’s been three long years since I commissioned Francesco Francavilla to illustrate a cover for THE BROADCAST. Three years!! That’s a long time, especially in comics. They’ve two Harry Potter movies in that time, I think. I’m sure Francesco reached a point where he assumed it wasn’t going to come out. Part of me thinks […]
“Simply put, Boneyard is a masterful piece of comic book storytelling that has to be seen to be appreciated! ” The Comics Bulletin On the new Boneyard volume 7 in stores now!
Coming this September from NBM and being solicited at your comics store now: DUNGEON: Monstres Vol. 3: Heartbreaker Joann Sfar, Lewis Trondheim, Carlos Nine, Patrice Killoffer In the first title story, the supremely talented (especially with women) and outrageous Carlos Nine gives us the complete low-down on the sexy and dangerous killer Alexandra that the […]
There’s an old saying that every writer has a million bad words in them, and that the only way you can become a decent writer is to get through those first million words as fast as you possibly can. Now, I can’t say for sure if I’ve written a million words. I think the chances […]
So Wednesday is new comic day. If you’re like me you’ll be making the trip early in the afternoon to check out what’s made it into your pull folder and what new books hit the shelf that you might be interested. Well, don’t make the trip without this… This week comic retailers will be making […]
“One of the funniest volumes of the series yet! Has all the hooks that make Dungeon such a fun series: high adventure, lots of action, and a broad and rambling sense of humor. ” Booklist
Amazon’s Omnivoracious review site has this to say about Brooke Allen‘s A Home for Mr. Easter: “lively and sharply observed. a very nice effort that rewards the reader with more than a few chuckles.”
I’m asked where I get my story ideas from all the time. All writers are, I suppose. The truth is, I see stories everywhere. But I’ll never forget the first time I heard the Orson Welles’ WAR OF THE WORLDS radio broadcast. It sparked my imagination almost immediately. Of course, it did for more than […]