alexsegura:

Cannot wait.

ruckawriter:

My new novel, BRAVO, will be released 22 July by Mulholland Books (mulhollandbooks) in both print and e-format.

This is the second in the Jad Bell series and follows directly on the heels of ALPHA. That said, the novel serves as its own entry into the series; you certainly don’t need to have read the first to enjoy this one (though it obviously won’t hurt if you did).

I’ve no idea of any appearance/signing schedule as of yet. I’ll let folks know as I learn it myself. I suspect any touring to be limited due to a variety of factors. I’ll let folks know which bookstores to contact if you’re seeking signed copies.

Those of you who’ve read my short story, “The End is Never Pretty,” will have met one of the main characters already. Those who haven’t and want to… I’ll be posting either the story or (more likely) a link to the story in the next couple weeks.

You can pre-order the novel just about anywhere that sells novels (except at Amazon right now - for a very good explanation of the Amazon/Hachette dispute, I direct you to this very good post by Jim Huang ), much as you can, say, pre-order LAZARUS just about anywhere that sells comics. If you are told this cannot be done, I’d advise you to take your business elsewhere.

Cheers!

Wooohooo!!!!

Reblogged from Alex Segura
davidaccampo:

How to Order the Sparrow & Crowe graphic novel. 
This is important, folks. I know pre-ordering can sometimes seem complicated or unnecessary, but I assure you — we need the pre-orders if this book is going to see print. Retailers base their order directly on what they think the customer wants. 
But I’d NEVER ask you to pre-order something of mine sight unseen. That’s why Jeremy, Jared,  Hermes Press, and I all agreed that we needed to make the first chapter of Sparrow & Crowe FREE. It’s online right here, or you can get it free through ComiXology. 
And if you like what you see, PLEASE tell your local comic book shop or bookstore. The book is available to pre-order via Diamond (the comic book distributor) in the JUNE 2014 catalog!

davidaccampo:

How to Order the Sparrow & Crowe graphic novel. 

This is important, folks. I know pre-ordering can sometimes seem complicated or unnecessary, but I assure you — we need the pre-orders if this book is going to see print. Retailers base their order directly on what they think the customer wants. 

But I’d NEVER ask you to pre-order something of mine sight unseen. That’s why Jeremy, Jared,  Hermes Press, and I all agreed that we needed to make the first chapter of Sparrow & Crowe FREE. It’s online right here, or you can get it free through ComiXology. 

And if you like what you see, PLEASE tell your local comic book shop or bookstore. The book is available to pre-order via Diamond (the comic book distributor) in the JUNE 2014 catalog!

browsethestacks:

1984 Pronunciation Guide For Marvel Comics Writers And Artists
Via Comic Book Resources

browsethestacks:

1984 Pronunciation Guide For Marvel Comics Writers And Artists

Via Comic Book Resources

seanhowe:

Original art for Rocket Raccoon #1 by Mike Mignloa and Al Gordon, 1985. Words by Bill Mantlo. Letters by Ken Bruzenak.

seanhowe:

Original art for Rocket Raccoon #1 by Mike Mignloa and Al Gordon, 1985. Words by Bill Mantlo. Letters by Ken Bruzenak.

Reblogged from THE UNTOLD STORY
::Knock knock::
"21,000 Years Later…" 

::Knock knock::

"21,000 Years Later…" 

merlwyb:

lemme see if it was any good
no delete it i look dumb

merlwyb:

lemme see if it was any good

no delete it i look dumb

True Detective Valentine greetings from that ol’ softy Rust Cohle. 

Drawing stories of science with graphic novelist Jonathan Fetter-Vorm

chemheritage:

Peek into the studio of author and illustrator Jonathan Fetter-Vorm, who reveals the creative process behind his recent book, Trinity: A Graphic History of the First Atomic Bomb.

Jonathan Fetter-Vorm and Bert Hansen will be telling true stories at CHF on January 22, and you are invited to watch via webcast. “Drawing History: Telling the Stories of Science through Comics and Graphic Novels” will air at 6:30 p.m. EST. Watch it live at chemheritage.org/histchem.

That’s the part that interests me about “The Bunker.” That’s what drove me to that book. We never have binary decisions. As you get older in life, the binary decision gets even rarer. Everything has consequences. Everything has a price. We spend our lives wrestling with that. At least I do.
The Bunker writer Joshua Hale Fialkov in a CBR Sunday Convo with Paul Montgomery (via talkingwithtim)
Reblogged from Tumblr-ing with Tim