The new comic strip begins in the The New York Times Magazine: I. George Sprott (1894-1975): Prologue, Oct. 2, 1975 by an artist whose style we can’t immediately recognize. Is it…Steve McNiven? Also in the above link, the slideshow on comics storytelling featuring Spiegelman, Seth, Sacco and Ware that kicked everything off two years ago.
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Newsarama reports on the latest cross town shuffle with the Phantom Stranger, a.k.a. Bill Rosemann going back to Marvel after a 4-year break: In October of 2002, Rosemann left Marvel, and by early 2003, had joined CrossGen as Director of Marketing Communications. Rosemann eventually rose to the position of Senior VP – Publishing at CrossGen, […]
Well, old Tolkien reallly, according to PW: Houghton Mifflin has acquired U.S. rights to publish the first complete book by J.R.R. Tolkien since the posthumous Silmarillion in 1977. HM bought American rights to The Children of Húrin from HarperCollins UK, which acquired the project from The Tolkien Estate in a world rights deal. Húrin, begun […]
Not really, because there won’t be any copies to sign… To celebrate the release of Lost Girls, London England’s Institute of Contemporary Arts (ICA) and the Blackwell chain of bookstores are presenting an exclusive “Lost Girls” event with Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie on October 12th. Alan and Melinda will be in conversation with comedian, […]
With a press release! Batton Lashâs online version of his long-running comic book series Supernatural Law celebrates its first anniversary on September 19. It was one year ago that Lash took the plunge to put his characters, Wolff & Byrd, Counselors of the Macabre, online. Since that time he has written and drawn three full-length […]
Brad Meltzer has achieved what we suspect is an unprecedented double — topping the NY Times Bestselller list AND the Diamond chart in the same month. Congrats to Brad. He’s also in the midst of barnstorming the US in a major book tour. You can see his upcoming appearances (today TWO appearances in Chicago) in […]
Joe Illidge looks at HEROES and wonders about the racial message the program is sending. Busy, busy Mike Catron has video from the opening of the “Masters of american Comics” exhibit at the Jewish Museum. (Top link.) Kyle Baker has a blog. This blog covering bookplates looks at the bookplates of cartoonists. We know that […]