TweetBy Torsten Adair The following is a selection of new comics titles due to be published in November 2010. This list is not comprehensive, as there are over 350 books scheduled. Instead, I have selected titles which caught my interest. If you would like to browse forthcoming graphic novels and related books at your leisure, […]
In an excited post from the just-concluded Frankfurt Book Fair, NBM publisher Terry Nantier runs down a lot of news:
The following is a selection of new titles due to be published in September 2010.
There is no particular order to the titles presented below.
This list is not comprehensive, as there are over 275 graphic novel titles scheduled for this month. If you would like to browse them at your leisure, click here. Instead, I have selected titles which caught my interest. These are not necessarily titles I will purchase, but which I will definitely look at once they arrive at my local comics shop or bookstore. Please be advised that publication dates are not set in stone. Also, your local comics shop might receive copies before your local neighborhood website or library. Links connected to publishers will link to the publisher’s website, sometimes to the exact title. Links for the ISBN-13 (also known as the Bookland EAN) will take you to the title as featured on BarnesAndNoble.com . I consider my tastes to be rather eclectic. If you feel I’ve neglected or slighted a title, publisher, or creator, please feel free to mention it in the comments below.
Monthly lists such as this will be posted at the end of the previous month. I will also be posting specific subject lists (comic strips, comics history and surveys, superheroes…) for each season, but these will not have a set schedule.
NBM has announced their signing schedule — including Ted Rall, Gerard Jones, Richard Moore, Sean Michael Wilson, Mark Badger and Rick Geary. You can follow NBM on Twitter, we hear!
TweetIf only someone would put comics on iPhone! How convenient it would be! Wait, they have? NBM is the latest publisher to join the gold rush: NBM Publishing is proud to announce partnering with Panelfly, the newly launched iPhone app that’s bringing the best graphic novels direct to you… instantly! Panelfly allows you to read […]
TweetNBM and Papercutz are fielding a strong group of creators, including Lewis Trondheim and Rick Geary. Check out the list below — signing times are in the jump. If you’re going to the San Diego comic-con, don’t miss the signings at the NBM Publishing and Papercutz booths. We’ve got: Greg Farshtey (Creator of LEGO’s BIONICLE) […]
TweetA LOT of publishing news out there we haven’t had a chance to collate due to San DIego Madness™, so let’s get going: § Rich Johnston reports that international licensing manager Francine Burke has left DC. Burke is a longtime publishing guru who also worked at Marvel, and some smart company is sure to snap […]
Tweet Over at the NBM blog, Terry Nantier reminds us that a collection of BRINGING UP FATHER is on its way: Well, we’re putting to bed the next great entry in our Forever Nuts collection of classic comic strips, Bringing Up Father, and it looks gorgeous. The strips have been meticulously restored and we end […]
Tweet A year or so ago, our good pal Bryan Talbot started telling us about a new artist that he had met in France, a French-Japanese woman named Veronique Tanaka who had created a rather unusual graphic novel called METRONOME that not only worked as an animated movie but told a story through meta images […]
TweetVia PR: Writers Greg Farshtey (creator of the LEGO® BIONICLE® toy universe) and Neil Kleid (Brownsville) will join NBM and Papercutz publisher Terry Nantier and Papercutz and Marvel Comics editor Jim Salicrup to talk with fans and show off new work. NBM will have copies of its newest graphic novels and comics collections: • Nocturnal […]
Tweet (AP Photo by Thibault Camus) As previously reported, Paris’s famed Louvre museum is now housing an exhibition featuring comic books by some of the world’s best cartoonists, another signpost on comics’ Road to Global Domination. The Louvre rarely showcases modern art. That fact alone makes this exhibition worth noting, and since this exhibition is […]
Tweet NBM, which has successfully been in the business of publishing full-length graphic novels for longer than most of the people now reading them, has finally launched the NBM Blog, and it’s pretty nice because it has Ted Rall, Naomi Nowak, Jesse Lonergan, Neil Kleid, and Dirk Schwieger all posting pages from their new projects, […]
Tweet (l-r, front row Igort, Isabel Kreitz, Max, Nicolas de Crécy; standing, Jaromir 99 and Jaroslav Rudiš) Euro comics week in NYC continued with an evening of slideshows and presentations by David B., Nicolas de Crécy, Igort, Jaromír 99, Isabel Kreitz, Max, and Jaroslav Rudiš, some of the finest cartoonists in the world, so it […]
Tweet In our humble opinion, Rick Geary is one of cartooning’s unsung treasures. We’re unabashed fans of his series of TREASURY OF VICTORIAN MURDER books, which retells famed murders with all the detail of SNAPPED but all the artistry of a great artist. You can check out the series at Geary’s NBM homepage. Geary has […]
TweetNBM is handing out a booklet with samplers of some pretty good comics to try: • A complete story from NOCTURNAL CONSPIRACIES by David B. (the acclaimed Epileptic). • A complete story from MORESUKINE, Dirk Schwieger’s comics blog revealing the oddities of life in Japan. Schwieger will be signing at the NBM booth in the […]