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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

NBM Review Round-Up!

April 9, 2013 by  
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After a great time at MoCCA, here we are, back again, with some recent reviews of various NBM titles. Abelard Has been nominated for “Great Graphic Novel for Teens’ by YALSA (Young Adult Library Services Association).  Results will be announced in January 2104 by the ALA. “At times, both whimsical and melancholy, Abelard transcends the […]

Our publishing program is up for the rest of the year!

February 27, 2013 by  
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Our Coming Up section is now replete with our entire program through December! Highlights include: Zombiellenium, our new Boneyard! A wry spoof of horror, beautifully painted. Leading retailers at the ComicsPro event all saw it as a winner. Coming in June. Margreet de Heer’s next book in the Discovery in Comics series, after Philosophy it’s Science. […]

NBM Review Round-Up!

January 14, 2013 by  
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Here we are, back again, with some recent reviews of various NBM titles. Faster Than A Speeding Bullet: The Rise of the Graphic Novel “A a perfect book for anyone trying to wrap her or his head around the field of comics, a quick and smart overview of the field that spans both decades and […]

NBM Review Round-Up!

December 10, 2012 by  
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We’re counting down the shopping days and we’ve had several of our titles show up in gift guides from The Comics Reporter and Forces of Geek, so we’re even more happy to share some great reviews that might also serve as holiday gift ideas. Be sure to check out our site proper where you can […]

Watch World Premiere Recording of Libby Larsen’s “The Peculiar Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes”

October 31, 2012 by  
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As we announced last week, the Florestan Recital Project announced  the release of its world premiere recording of  Libby Larsen’s The Peculiar Case of Dr. H.H. Holmes, based on Rick Geary’s book, The Beast of Chicago. We also got a chance to chat with Aaron Engebreth, the Artistic Co-Director of the Florestan Recital Project about how […]

A Treasury of Victorian Murder – The Musical

October 24, 2012 by  
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Founded in 2001, Florestan Recital Project promotes song repertoire in concerts, masterclasses, and educational residencies. By combining a dynamic core ensemble of committed artists with meticulous research and programming, Florestan has delighted audiences with a wide range of both established and unfamiliar repertoire. And on October 31st they will unveil their latest project,  the release […]

Rick Geary’s TREASURY OF MURDER Series Continues To Chronicle Dark Deeds

October 16, 2012 by  
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