NBM is going APE!

September 26, 2014 by  
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NBM is going APE! APE, the Alternative Press Expo, returns to San Francisco October 4 & 5. . . and we will be there to celebrate all that alternative press has to offer! Two of our talents, Patrick Atangan and Rick Geary, will be at our table to sign books and sell books! Patrick Atangan, […]

Murder and Mystery Return with a New Treasury of Victorian Murder Compendium by Rick Geary

September 25, 2014 by  
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Coming in December is the second volume of Rick Geary’s A Treasury of Victorian Murder Compendium. Following the success of the first Compendium, the second volume will have almost double the content. The quarter-bound hardcover will feature 400 pages of real murder cases from the Victorian era, 5 complete stories! First is the tale of The […]

Rick Geary’s MADISON SQUARE TRAGEDY Has Critics Smiling

August 18, 2014 by  
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Nominated as a 2014 Great Graphic Novel for Teens from The Young Adult Library Services Association of the ALA “I really enjoy Rick Geary’s non-fiction comics about true crimes. His 2013 effort is the story of how architect Stanford White was shot in the face. Geary illustrates his books with maps, house cutaways, evidence shots, […]

RICK GEARY At SDCC!

July 24, 2014 by  
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Rick shows off a copy of Lovers’ Lane: The Hall-Mills Mystery at Booth 1714.

NBM Publishing Announces SDCC 2014 Plans

July 15, 2014 by  
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SDCC 2014: NBM Premieres Jim Benton’s ‘DOG BUTTS AND LOVE. AND STUFF LIKE THAT. AND CATS.’ Rick Geary To Preview New Pages From Upcoming Book NBM Publishing returns to San Diego Comic-Con International and is proud to premiere New York Times bestselling cartoonist Jim Benton’s first print collection of his web comics, Dog Butts and […]

Rick Geary Nominated For Reuben Award

April 3, 2014 by  
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With over a dozen titles available in his Treasury of Murder series, it’s the latest, Madison Square Tragedy: The Murder of Stanford White that’s earned cartoonist Rick Geary a well deserved 2013 nomination for Best Graphic Novel for the 68th Annual NCS Reuben Awards. The Reuben Award is the highest honor that the profession bestows and […]

One Day Only 12/26! $3.99 Digital Sale on BETTY BLUES and MADISON SQUARE TRAGEDY

December 26, 2013 by  
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As a holiday gift to you, we’ve discounted two of our newest titles for one day only for just $3.99 each. It’s the perfect opportunity to try out some of the great books that we publish. MADISON SQUARE TRAGEDY: The Murder of Stanford White by Rick Geary Stanford White is one of New York’s most […]

Rick Geary’s ‘MADISON SQUARE TRAGEDY’ Brings The Murder To You

December 13, 2013 by  
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Rick Geary’s latest Treasury of XXth Century Murder volume, Madison Square Tragedy: The Murder of Stanford White is available now. Rick recently spoke to Comic Book Resources about what went into re-creating the Stanford White Murder, his distinctive style and the specific moment which sparked his interest in the genre. Read the interview HERE and […]

Rick Geary to Premiere Latest ‘A Treasury of XXth Century Murder’ at APE

This coming weekend, October 12-13th marks the 20th anniversary of APE, the Alternative Press Expo, one of the leading alternative and self-published comics events in the country, being held at the Concourse Exhibition Center in San Francisco. Rick Geary will be manning the NBM table #203 and will be premiering the latest volume of his […]

NBM in October: Rick Geary’s Madison Sq. Tragedy in the Treasury series

August 9, 2013 by  
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Here’s what we’ve got being solicited for in comics stores this month, to come in October: new from ComicsLit:   A Treasury of XXth Century Murder: MADISON SQUARE TRAGEDY The Murder of Stanford White Rick Geary Stanford White is one of New York’s most famous architects having designed many mansions and the first Madison Square […]

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