Mr. Easter lays beautiful eggs

May 19, 2010 by  
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  Publishers Weekly on A Home for Mr. Easter by Brooke A. Allen: “Halfway between Precious and The Incredible Hulk, obese urban teen Tesana is the unlikely hero of this delightful debut book from Allen. Allen’s unrefined black and white line art is similar to Nate Powell’s, but her subject matter is refreshingly light. The characters rush […]

curious wonders

March 22, 2010 by  
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“A slim but packed volume of curious wonders, this is the sort of book one presses on friends, even if it’s quite impossible to say exactly why.” says Publishers Weekly of Trondheim’s latest collection of Little Nothings. Also Blogcritics on On the Odd Hours: “Embedded within this graphic novel is a critical consideration of the […]

JOE & AZAT visit Publishers Weekly and RALL on Booklist

December 8, 2009 by  
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Ted Rall and Pablo Callejo’s The Year of Loving Dangerously just keeps getting the accolades, the latest from Booklist: “He was more interested in well-stocked refrigerators than impending sexual adventures. Realistically illustrated in soft colors by Callejo, of Bluesman (2004–06) fame, and maximally unbuttoned in some places, Rall’s sympathetic account of his life on the […]

‘A gorgeous whirlwind of a memoir’, Publishers Weekly interviews Rall

December 2, 2009 by  
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Sasha Watson, a well known author in her own right, calls Ted Rall and Pablo Callejo’s The Year of Loving Dangerously ‘a gorgeous whirlwind of a memoir’ and does a great interview of Rall in Publishers Weekly’s Comics Week. And don’t forget, Ted appears at MoCCA Thursday evening at 7PM to talk about and then […]

Big Kahn is becoming Enormous Khan

September 16, 2009 by  
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The publicity on The Big Kahn just keeps rolling along and gathering steam! The latest is a great interview by author Sasha Watson on Publishers Weekly’s Comics Week newsletter. And… looks like a major paper will be running something very soon… stay tuned.

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.”

Publishers Weekly article on Geary

July 14, 2009 by  
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They interview Geary and NBM publisher Nantier. Geary will be appearing at our booth in San Diego next week, see the schedule. And he’s up for 2 Eisner Awards.

Eurotica’s ‘First Time’ gets Publishers Weekly review

March 4, 2009 by  
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This week’s Publishers Weekly speaks highly of our new erotic collection First Time as published in our Eurotica* collection: “Manages to be frank in its depiction of physical sexuality without becoming pornographic, resulting in a charming ‘adults only’ anthology. This is highly recommended for readers looking for something erotic yet artistic and emotionally involving.” This […]

Publishers Weekly on Little Nothings and School Lib. Jnl. on David B

February 18, 2009 by  
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“Trondheim creates autobiographical sketches with a Seinfeld-ian mania for capturing the quotidian details of normal life, particularly its irritations. [His] light wit and springlike watercolor tones give even the most curmondgeonly observations a lilting and jesting flair.” So says Publishers Weekly, this week, about Trondheim’s latest Little Nothings volume. Meantime, School Library Journal has this […]

David B interview and a review

February 4, 2009 by  
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Another interview is up with more insight from David B on his creative process behind Nocturnal Conspiracies at Graphic Novel Reporter. Also, Publishers Weekly reviews the book this week both in the mag and in their weekly comics newsletter saying “it makes for a gorgeous, mysterious volume.”

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