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Read an Excerpt of Incognito: The Classified Edition

Sep 19, 2012 in Comic Books, Excerpts

Want a sneak peak from the Classified Edition of Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips’ INCOGNITO, but can’t make it out to your local comics store? Marvel was kind enough to provide us a few pages below–now go grab yourself a copy! You won’t regret it.

An Interview with Ed Brubaker

Sep 18, 2012 in Comic Books, Writing

This week, our friends at Marvel publish the Classified Edition of Incognito, collecting, with bonus material, the first two volumes of the acclaimed, hard-boiled series Joe Hill describes as “what the albums of the Black Keys are to rock and roll and the pictures of Quentin Tarantino are to film.” Our celebration of this truly […]

Under the Influence

Sep 17, 2012 in Comic Books, Guest Posts

This week, our friends at Marvel publish the Classified Edition of Incognito, collecting, with bonus material, the first two volumes of the acclaimed, hard-boiled series that Joe Hill describes as “what the albums of the Black Keys are to rock and roll and the pictures of Quentin Tarantino are to film.” Hill’s essay on INCOGNITO […]

Brian Michael Bendis Interviews Greg Rucka

Jul 19, 2012 in Books, Comic Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Writing

Our post-Comic Con celebration of come of our enormously talented, cross-media authors continues with an interview between Brian Michael Bendis, writer of Ultimate Spider-Man, Ultimate X-Men, Ultimate Fantastic Four and The Avengers, and Greg Rucka, whose first new thriller series in a decade kicked off with ALPHA, now in bookstores everywhere. Brian Michael Bendis: So […]

The Lineup: Weekly Links

May 23, 2012 in Weekly links

Greg Rucka is everywhere on the internet this week! Rucka’s new novel ALPHA has received fantastic reviews from the likes of Library Journal, who in a starred review wrote: “Rucka gets his new series featuring Ex-Delta Force Master Sergeant Jad Bell off to a smashing start with this pitch-perfect thriller [that] will appeal particularly to readers who like a strong […]

TORSO Revisited

Mar 19, 2012 in Comic Books, Excerpts, Writing

Earlier this month, Marvel reintroduced a refreshed and reformatted edition of the classic, Eisner Award-winning crime comic TORSO, by Brian Michael Bendis and Marc Andreyko to graphic novel readers everywhere. Read on for an interview with Brian Michael Bendis and an excerpt from the comic’s opening pages. How did the writing of TORSO influence your […]

Exclusive Preview: Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm: A Derrick Storm Novel

Sep 06, 2011 in Comic Books, Graphic Novels

Thanks to our friends at Marvel, we have an exclusive preview to share with you of the graphic novel Richard Castle’s Deadly Storm: A Derrick Storm Novel that hits bookstores and comic shops this month. For the first time anywhere, Castle’s titular hero Derrick Storm comes to life in the pages of this all new […]

A Conversation with Duane Swierczynski and Josh Bazell: Part II

Jun 24, 2011 in Books, Comic Books, Guest Posts, Mulholland Authors, Writing

In our ongoing celebration of the publication of Fun & Games we matched Duane Swierczynski up with Josh Bazell, author of the acclaimed novel Beat the Reaper. When we last saw our heroes (see Part I), Duane had asked Josh how far he had gotten with his plan to become a comic book artist. JB: […]

King Pleasure

Oct 04, 2010 in Books, Comic Books

I work in midtown, an area of Manhattan that isn’t often accused of having an excess of personality. Good restaurants within a few blocks’ radius are hard to come by. Chains dominate in all endeavors. But whenever I need to pop out at lunch for a few minutes of sweet escape from the nonconventional bookshelves, […]

Prose and Pictures

Sep 07, 2010 in Comic Books, Film, Guest Posts

Not everyone was schooled on comic books. But I was. I had a roomful: Superman, Batman, The Green Hornet, Spiderman; Archie, Betty and Veronica, Riverdale High, Little Archie. I had Classic Comics too: The Three Musketeers, The Last of the Mohicans, Robinson Crusoe (all of which I considered books until I finally read a real […]