Geary and Bringing Up Father reviewed

July 27, 2009 by  
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Booklist reviews our Bringing Up Father collection: “One of the most popular and longest-running comic strips. Soon, McManus  would develop into one of the funnies’ leading stylists.” And Publishers Weekly this week says of Geary’s new Famous Players: “His quirky b&w ink drawings are full of expression, recalling the melodrama of silent films.”

Newsarama on Geary’s Famous Players

July 21, 2009 by  
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  “Another winning true-crime volume from Rick Geary.  No surprise there, as Geary’s made a long and successful career of this type of comics.  In addition to presenting all the evidence in a clear and precise narrative, Geary’s art is perfectly suited to this type of factual accounting.  His representational pen-and-ink drawings couch the events […]

Dungeon reviewed in Realms of Fantasy

July 21, 2009 by  
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“Sfar & Trondheim get a huge chuckle out of subverting the genre and paying tribute to it- sometimes in the same panel. This new installment fully lives up to the praise Dungeon has garnered from sources as various as Asimov’s SF magazine and The New York Times Book Review.” Jeff Vandermeer in Realms of Fantasy […]

‘Capt.’ Comics Smith on Geary and Mijeong

July 16, 2009 by  
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Nationally syndicated columnist Andrew ‘Capt. Comics’ Smith who also has a regular column in the Comics Buyers Guide, has this to say about two of our recent books: On Geary’s latest Famous Players: “Whodunit? As usual, that’s up to you. Geary never fails to impress and “Famous Players” is just another reason why.” On our […]

Feminist Review on Miss Don’t Touch Me

July 14, 2009 by  
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While the reviewer had some reservations on character development, “In the end, this novel is a sassy and even controversial murder mystery that will entertain.” The Feminist Review

Geary’ Lindbergh on Girls Entertainment Network covering the Eisners

July 13, 2009 by  
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Covering the most important categories of the Eisner nominations, Girls Entertainment Network has this to say about Rick’s Lindbergh Child in his Treasury of XXth Century Murder which is up for two Awards: “He gives us a step-by-step account of one of the most famous crimes in history: the Linbergh kidnapping. I’d heard of the […]

Bookgasm on Mijeong

July 9, 2009 by  
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Here’s What Rod Lott of Bookgasm says of Mijeong: “Korean-born Byun Byung-Jun is little known in these parts, except for die-hard manga and graphic novel fans. With luck, MIJEONG, his second collection of short fiction, will change that. It should, because this impressively talented artist deserves a wider audience. The seven stories here are mostly […]

Geary’s ‘Famous Players’ reviews

July 6, 2009 by  
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Johanna Draper Carlson at Comics Worth Reading says of Geary’s newest Treasury of XXth Century Murder, “Famous Players“: “Geary’s detailed pen-and-ink line provides a wonderful sense of nostalgia and time gone by. As is typical of the cases he chooses to profile, there are plenty of mistakes to feel superior about. “Today, the neighbors know […]

Comic Book Resources does a week of NBM reviews

July 2, 2009 by  
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On CBR’s Comics Should Be Good blog, Brian Cronin is in the process of reviewing a number of our books and started with a hailstorm of protests, reviewing First Time the erotic comics anthology our imprint Eurotica (go to the author gallery and choose Sybilline, you must be over 18) published earlier this year. You see, Brian actually […]

Booklist on Geary’s Famous Players and Byun’s Mijeong

June 23, 2009 by  
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Booklist’s Ray Olson reviews a pair of our books: On Rick Geary‘s Famous Players which has just shipped: “Batting a thousand, so to speak, Geary gives us another ideal first look on a legendary homicide.” And on Mijeong: “all beautifully executed, true-feeling stuff.”