Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise returns in 2018


Appearing at a spotlight panel at the Paris Comic Con, Terry Moore revealed that after he finishes his series Motor Girl (which debuts next month), he’ll return to Strangers in Paradise in 2018 for the series’ 25th anniversary. (Has it really been that long? Ayieeee.) You can view the panel in a Periscope, LIVE on […]

Terry Moore Draws the Curtain on Rachel Rising


Author and illustrator Terry Moore (Strangers in Paradise) announced the end of his newest multi-year saga; Rachel Rising on Twitter Yesterday. The series about a girl who is raised from the dead is coming to a close at issue #42. Moore teased that an upcoming seventh trade paperback is being released — he also hinted […]

Terry Moore Talks Rachel Rising, Sales Falling and the Rewards of Self-Publishing [Interview]


By Matt O’Keefe Terry Moore has been writing, drawing and independently publishing comics for over twenty years, consistently to critical acclaim in an ever-changing market. I spoke with him about his most recent works Rachel Rising, which just completed its first long “act” with Issue 30, and SiP Kids, which has two issues out. I also talked with Moore about […]

On the Scene: WonderCon 2013, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti Are ‘Interactive’


“I’m sorry I’m late with my book”, Jimmy Palmiotti said rather humbly, opening a “spotlight” panel on March 31st 2013 at WonderCon, and asked the audience if he ought to put on some “background music”.  Amanda Conner, his co-spotlighter, and Palmiotti explained, tongue in cheek, that if the panel appeared “random”, months of deep thought […]

The Stranger in Paradise Omnibus is back in paperback


If you’ve ever wanted to own the definitive version of Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise saga, it’s available once again in Omnibus form. Originally released as a hardcover, the 2400 page two-volume collection included what Moore considered the final version of the story, with censorship removed, and storytelling smoothed out. However, that edition is long […]