NBM in September: Atangan (“Yellow Jar”) is back.

June 11, 2014 by  
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Here’s what we’ve got being solicited for in comics stores now: THE RETURN OF PATRICK ATANGAN! INVINCIBLE DAYS Patrick Atangan This collection of short stories forms a singular narrative that reveals the tiny moments when you realize you are at the precious end-days of youth.  Atangan creates an intricate mosaic from his own childhood memories […]

NBM in September: Dillies is back with Betty Blues

July 11, 2013 by  
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Here’s what’s being solicited from us in comics stores this month, to come out in September: Dillies of Bubbles & Gondola and Abelard, both nominated for Eisners is back! New from ComicsLit: BETTY BLUES Renaud Dillies Little Rice Duck has built himself quite the reputation around the West Wood, playing his trumpet in bars with […]

The Initiates is shipping now

January 29, 2013 by  
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One of our best books this season, The Initiates, about a comic artist swapping jobs with a wine artisan, is on its way to stores now! Advance buzz from reviewers on this is high, once people get to read this we’re sure this will become a can’t miss for this year! Out of nowhere it […]

Indie digital comics: welcome Top Shelf

November 15, 2011 by  
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I’d like to welcome Top Shelf to the 21st century and digital comics. I find the hoopla around their announcement somewhat amusing especially as we’ve been there, done that for over two years now and have quite a nice library up on Comixology building for some time now! So declarations about being the first, well, […]

Starred review for Salvatore and more…

April 8, 2011 by  
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“NBM ComicsLit’s partnership with The Louvre museum has produced another outstanding graphic novel. The Sky Over The Louvre almost couldn’t miss. It’s written by celebrated screenwriter Jean-Claude Carrière (The Tin Drum, The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie), and drawn by leading French artist Bernar Yslaire (Sambre), and both demonstrate the surefootedness of their experience in […]

20% discount online for just a few days!

December 3, 2010 by  
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Here’s your chance to get our books at a very attractive discount for a limited time! SPECIAL 20% DISCOUNT throughout our entire website! Everything is on sale, including the sale items at $3 many of which have become sold out. So whether it’s our forthcoming set of Little Nothings (a great gift), or the latest […]

Why I Killed Peter gets 4 stars from Comics Buyers Guide

May 11, 2009 by  
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The latest issue of Comics Buyers Guide makes Why I  Killed Peter a pick of the month, gives it a full 4 stars and calls it “One of the best autobiographical graphic novels. In fact, it may actually be the best.” If you haven’t checked this out yet, it’s a very sensitive rendering of a […]

Welcome, Shane

May 6, 2009 by  
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And as you said in your entry below, welcome back… um… from the dead? Well I guess that’s in tune with the new book you’ve got coming in August. Wait, everyone, to see when he posts some pages, this is in a completely different more cartoony style than he used in North Country (where he […]

This July, explore a family secret so well-hidden, even the family didn’t know about it until it was too late

May 4, 2009 by  
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PREORDER THE BIG KAHN, Neil Kleid & Nico Cinquegrani’s new graphic novel today! Rabbi David Kahn has lived a forty-year lie: he is not, nor has he ever been, Jewish. When at his funeral, the “rabbi’s” grifter brother reveals the truth, it forces the Kahn family to struggle with grief and betrayal as their congregation […]

ComicsLit Makes 2 of Booklist top ten

February 26, 2009 by  
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NBM’s ComicsLit has gotten 2 of its graphic novels into the prestigious review magazine BOOKLIST top ten: Miss Don’t Touch Me “Virginal Florence moves into an upscale brothel in post–Great War Paris to sleuth what she feels was her sister’s murder. In terms of characterization, plot, and setting, and the integration of images and words, graphic novels […]

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