“You will kick yourself for not discovering Geary’s work sooner and race out to get more after finishing this hell of a read.” Ain’t It Cool News on Rick Geary’s Beast of Chicago (scroll down). Been out for a while but hey, better late than never.
“Present(ed) with his signature appealing art style and expected well-researched text, including a fun and evocative history of New Orleans. Will appeal to true crime buffs and armchair detectives as well as Geary’s already loyal audience.” Publishers Weekly in their Aug. 2nd issue about Geary’s new The Terrible Axe-man of New Orleans available at your [...]
“Suffused with geeky humor and high adventure, well drawn, and emotionally real, Boneyard v.7 concludes Michael and Abbey’s story, but Richard Moore remains a comics creator to watch, and Boneyard stands as a series well worth rereading many times over. ” As on Newsarama
“This final edition is chock full of fun, flavor and will keep you glued till the end.” Horror News
“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!
“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.”
“Joann Sfar and Lewis Trondheim, two of the world’s wittiest and creative cartoonists, continue to script. They stuff each tale chock full of insane twists and wild ideas, including the various ways people survive on a floating, rotating island. Meanwhile, their dialogue crackles with an uncanny balance of humor and compassion, providing the readers with [...]
The site Comic Book Bin has an NBM month going on with lotsa reviews of our books and this interview of our publisher.
The Seattle Post Intelligencer picked up the Blog Critics review of Dungeon Twilight vol.3.: “with satiric bite, visual inventiveness, and engagingly fallible anthropomorphic heroes, New Centurions delivers the goods, particularly in its second half.” The Comics Journal’s Rob Clough has this to say about our latest entry in the Louvre collection, On the Odd Hours: [...]