Rall at MoCCA Dec. 3rd

November 25, 2009 by  
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The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art will host Ted Rall presenting his new book The Year of Loving Dangerously, his graphic memoir on a fateful year where the main issue became basic survival… in a very unusual way. The book is beautifully painted by Pablo (Bluesman) Callejo, a first for Ted to just write. He […]

Newsarama on Rall’s Year

November 24, 2009 by  
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While saying this may fall short of a must-read, Michael Lorah at Newsarama says: “Rall does a fine job laying out the story, weaving his year of dangerous love with flashbacks that explain his predicament. It’s an impressive balancing act, and he makes it work. The dialogue is convincing, and most of the women are […]

Rall’s Year starting to get reaction

November 23, 2009 by  
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“Say what you will about political lightning rod Ted Rall: the man’s not afraid of coming off like a dick. Callejo’s painted art, a far cry from the proto-punk stylings Rall uses on his political cartoons, captures the milieu wonderfully and even manages to convey the varying degrees of dismay Rall’s young self feels over […]

Welcome, Pablo Callejo

November 18, 2009 by  
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oop, a bit late here, as it’s already a few posts down, but a warm welcome to Pablo Callejo, whose art graces Ted’s latest Year of Loving Dangerously. Of course, you might already know him for his work with Rob Vollmar on Bluesman and the Castaways. Always wondrous stuff. And hopefully he’ll talk for both he […]

Shane WHITE and Ted RALL will please you for MONEY.

October 16, 2009 by  
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It’s true, we’ll both take you on. Our books THINGS UNDONE which is garnering steady praise and Ted’s THE YEAR OF LOVING DANGEROUSLY will rock your socks at this weekends ALTERNATIVE PRESS EXPO in San Francisco. We’ll be there all weekend to serve you the finest selection of the latest graphic novels from NBM Publishing. […]

APE: catch Ted RALL and Shane WHITE

October 9, 2009 by  
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  If you’re going to the Alternative Press Expo in San Francisco the weekend of October 17th, then make sure to stop by the NBM table to meet Ted RALL selling his last few premier copies of The Year of Loving Dangerously (book due in stores mid-Nov.) as well as Shane WHITE signing his just […]

Rall’s Year of Loving Dangerously already getting reviews

October 9, 2009 by  
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“The Year of Loving Dangerously is an excellent work. If I may have wanted to know more about what happened to Rall at the end, that merely shows he and Callejo did an excellent job of telling a story. As more folks read it or when this book is filmed (yes, I said that twice), […]

Ted RALL and Jesse LONERGAN PREMIERE BOOKS AT SPX

September 15, 2009 by  
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Here’s what you’ll find at NBM’s tables at SPX:                     Come meet Ted Rall and Jesse Lonergan as well as Greg Houston at SPX the weekend of 9/26-27 in Bethesda at SPX as they premiere their latest! Ted RALL will premiere, weeks ahead of in-store publication, THE […]

To Afghanistan & Back more relevant than ever

September 1, 2009 by  
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Ted Rall’s book on his trip to Afganistan right in the middle of the war after 9/11 turns out to be dead-on these many years later. Ted predicted things wouldn’t be so easy and that the Taliban was hardly wiped out. Afghanistan has historically been the doom of empires from the UK to Russia and […]

Xaviera Hollander does intro for Rall’s new book

August 3, 2009 by  
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Xaviera Hollander, author of the best-selling “The Happy Hooker” (which sold 16 million copies) and helped to revolutionzie attitudes on sex, has provided the introduction to Ted Rall’s forthcoming The Year of Loving Dangerously (shipping in October and being solicited in comics stores now). Mentioning her own experience running a brothel in New York in […]

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