The new title hits in March.
Scholastic sent out their Summer 2019 catalog this week, and as they are the #1 graphic novel publisher in the US, I thought you might like to see their lead offerings – with a few bonus preview pages even. Leading the way, Raina Telgemeier and Jeff Smith, but also…Bruce Lee. And Scott Morse, whom […]
Let’s get serious for a moment – and whatever happened to Mark Armstrong?
Another incident of abuse has arisen in the media, this time involving Border Town writer/creator Eric Esquivel.
§ Just some quick Kibbling today: the annual Publishers Weekly Critics Poll is out (I am a participant) and the winner was a bit of a surprise: Michael Kupperman’s All the Answers has been much praised (including my own Beat Best Of list) but hasn’t really broken out as a hit. It’s a powerful book about […]
She’ll be the head of operations for the new mobile platform.
Full Bleed is a rather unique* project: a full size hardcover anthology of comics, articles, and stuff, a throwback to when we wanted out information in a handsome package. It’s co-edited by Dirk Wood and Ted Adams, and published by an imprint of IDW, but it’s also crowdfunded because…well, a lot of crazy beautiful dreams […]
Joe Illidge, who joined Valiant as Executive Editor back in April,Executive Editor back in April, is no longer at the company, the Beat has confirmed. Illidge, who was formerly an editor at Milestone and DC, started the year at Lion Forge, so it’s been quite a year for him. However, he sounded upbeat in a […]
§ Nice art: Julia Gfrörer’s art has always been obsessed with the sea so her comic (with Andy Warner) about about rescuing refugees at sea is both beautiful and harrowing. § It’s that time of year when I do my annual huge cleanup. I wrote about this seven years ago at about the same time […]
Publisher meets Ryall; publisher loses Ryall; publisher gets Ryall.