Baristas fighting monsters, fantastic creators, and hot coffee encounters- So What? Press has all sorts of things in store this month! Starting in mid-April, a new 10-page Tales of the Night Watchman story by Dave Kelly will be featured in the Park Slope Reader, a free of charge quarterly publication in Brooklyn, NY. At 2 pages per publication, […]
Chuck Collins’ webcomic Bounce has an irresistible premise: true life adventures of a bouncer at a NYC bar. Based on some of Collins’ own experiences here in NYC, it’s as hilarious, unexpected and just plain bizarre as you might expect. We’ve only been on the other side of the rope and have many times just […]
Every year, Random house holds a Creative Writing Contest for NYC High School Seniors. Among the categories, graphic novels. Rules for entry in the link. The context is for NYC high school seniors only. But Friday is the deadline! if you were on the fence get it together. Literary compositions are judged by their technical […]
Yesterday we reported that LeftField Media and Crunchyroll are teaming for Anime NYC m a new anime show slated for November. As soon as we ran that we received word of the Liberty City Anime Con, which will be held in from August 18-20, 2017 at the Times Square Marriott Marquis in NYC. IT’s now in its […]
Francoise Mouly “said to me on several occasions that she doesn’t really want to be doing what other book publishers are doing. Why should I? There’s lots of them out there doing that. Let’s try some new stuff. That is her attitude. She loves experimentation.”
For decades, Bob Kane was the only person credited for the creation of the Batman. However, as Nobleman argued at 92Y, Bill Finger was the man who did most of the work.