Story of Lee: Young Women Should Eat this One Up.

On Elephant Man by Greg Houston, while Robot 6 on CBR thought it “a bit too self-aware and a bit too in love with how “zany” it is,” Chris Mautner also went on to say: “Still, I’d be lying if I said I didn’t laugh several times and the plot is a lot tighter than [Vatican] Hustle‘s. For those who don’t get easily offended and don’t mind yet another collection of smart-ass jokes about superheroes, Elephant Man will suit you fine.”

The Story of Lee is a pretty strong outing. I am not sure about the crossover appeal, but young women should eat this one up.”

So says cxPulp. And there’s a great article on Sean, the writer of this, in Multiverse #1.

On Miss Don’t Touch Me Vol.2:
“There’s no real reason why a comic soap opera about a virgin dominatrix should be this good, but Hubert’s clever scripts and Kerascoet’s absolutely gorgeous artwork elevate the basic elements in very unexpected ways — a real treasure!”

Worcester Magazine who also reviews Salvatore 1, calling it “An alluring mix of subtle whimsy and over-the-top shenanigans.”

Prado interviewed

George Khoury has posted a great interview of the wonderful Spanish artist Miguelanxo Prado on Comic Book Resources by whom we’ve published quite a few books over the years. Besides his remarkable comics, Prado went on to put a touch of class into the animated version of Men in Black.

I still love his Streak of Chalk and if pressed, probably would put it in my top ten GNs of all time. Can’t wait to see that new GN he’s cooking up now, it’s been a while!

When you go over to our Prado page, you’ll see all his books can be had for free with an order of 4 other books, btw.