May 27, 2014
Bundled, Tossed, Untied And Stacked: Publishing News
By Tom Spurgeon
* new Inés Estrada in English later this year
, from C'Est Bon Kultur.
* new Nate Beaty
book debuting in Chicago at this weekend's CAKE; it will be up on his site soon after.
* Peter David and Sal Velluto will provide Hermes Press
with new Phantom
material in mini-series form.
* the writer and former DC editorial executive Paul Levitz clarifies the fate
of the books he's been working on for DC given their recent announcement of summer-to-fall changes.
* new One Percent Press spotlighted
* a paperback edition of The Year Of The Beasts appears imminent
* I still don't see a bunch of new 2015 being loaded into Amazon.com yet -- it might have something to do with Spring 2015 seasons still be settled, but I'm not sure. I did see this book
which looks like a team-up of some DC-area talents.
* hardcover edition of High Crimes early in 2015
. Interview in support here
* Multiversity.com has a preview of The Rise Of Aurora West
, the Harper Hall saga to Battling Boy
's Dragonriders of Pern epic.
* this Emily Carroll book should be quite something
. 2015 is turning into a really solid year for cartoonists under 40.
may or may not be the cover to Dylan Horrocks' upcoming Sam Zabel And The Magic Pen
. He can put whatever he wants on the cover as long as we get this book soon, that's what I say.
* speaking of covers, this looks like a nice one
* Magnetic Press will be publishing Tony Sandoval's Doomboy
. You can read a bunch more here
* I'm not sure that I knew Mark Millar would be working with Bryan Hitch next year
. I mean, I'm not surprised, they work well together, I just don't remember having heard anything.
* finally, the announcement
that Bergen Street was going to be working with creator Michel Fiffe on a collection of his Copra
comics was widely disseminated this week. Those are very fun comics, and I think could find an audience store to store if Bergen Street is able to convince other retailers to come on board with their efforts and the success that a small group of stores have already seen with that series.
posted 1:25 am PST
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