Review Round-up: Hubert & Kerascoet’s BEAUTY, “A spectacle of comics achievement”

November 10, 2014 by  
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  From Hubert & Kerascoet, the team behind Miss Don’t Touch Me, comes Beauty, an engrossing tale for grown-ups on the nature of beauty, both fascinating and corrupting. When Coddie unintentionally delivers a fairy from a spell that held her prisoner, she does not realize how poisoned the wish is she gets in return. From […]

‘BETTY BLUES’ – “a powerhouse piece of work”

December 16, 2013 by  
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Our most recent release of Renaud Dilles’ work, Betty Blues, is garnering some very positive reviews. The Quietus, in a rare interview, took some time to speak with Mr. Dilles about his work including Betty Blues, Abelard and Bubbles & Gondola. Check out the interview HERE, and after the jump read what some of the […]

NBM Review Round-Up!

May 28, 2013 by  
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Faster Than A Speeding Bullet: The Rise of the Graphic Novel This book should be in the library of every comic book fan. It provides an excellent history, hitting the high (and view-changing) points. This book will help you speak knowledgably on the subject. Even if you’re not an avid comics fan and /or only […]

“THE INITIATES is One of The Best Books About Wine I’ve Ever Read, Period.”

February 24, 2013 by  
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There’s a reason why we’re especially enthusiastic about our latest release, The Initiates: A Comic Artist And a Wine Artisan Exchange Jobs by Etienne Davodeau. Page45.com sums it up rather succinctly; “This is a fantastic work which illuminates just how similar the approach to being successful in any artistic field is, really. Yes, you need […]

Review Round-Ups: Here’s What The Critics Are Saying…

August 7, 2012 by  
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“The timing of this book couldn’t be better, speaking as it does to what the citizens of a well-off community value, and how they shirk social responsibility. The lesson is plain, yet sensitively and elegantly rendered.” The AV Club on The Fairy Tales Of Oscar Wilde: The Happy Prince   “Wilde’s beloved allegory is beautifully […]

THE MIAMI HERALD Reviews THE INNER SANCTUM

April 17, 2012 by  
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The Miami Herald recently reviewed Ernie Colón’s The Inner Sanctum and shared the following thoughts on the book: Billed as an adaptation of the classic radio show (with no other story credits), veteran editor and artist Colòn conducts a virtual art clinic here, showing his deep mastery of composition, design, figure drawing, expression, use of […]

Review of “The Year of Loving Dangerously” in Columbia Daily Spectator

November 20, 2009 by  
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SEAS grad draws ‘sketchy’ life With the edgy, graffiti-swathed New York of 1984 as its stage, “The Year of Loving Dangerously” tells the rousing coming-of-age story of the now renowned political cartoonist in the year his life fell apart. By Tommy Hill Published Thursday 19 November 2009 07:24pm EST. View post history For the cockeyed […]