NBM Graphic Novels Announces Upcoming Release Schedule

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NBM Graphic Novels is proud to announce the release schedule through Winter 2019, including A Tale of a Thousand and One Nights: Hasib & the Queen of Serpents, a new graphic novel by one of France’s finest cartoonists, Ignatz and Angoulême International Comics Festival winner, David B.

We’re also releasing new biographies of French novelist and Nobel Prize nominee Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette by Annie Goetzinger, author Philip K. Dick by Laurent Queyssi and Mauro Marchesi, and The Beatles by Michels Mabel and various artists.

Also arriving is the final volume in The Story of Lee trilogy by Sean Michael Wilson and Piarelle, as well as a bundled edition of the first two volumes.  Rick Geary fans can look forward to the release of new paperback editions of The Black Dahlia and The Axe-Man of New Orleans.

Comic legend and Howard The Duck co-creator Val Mayerik teams up with Jim Berry to produce the historical epic Of Dust & Blood: The Battle at Little Big Horn

In addition, we’re reprinting the paranoid cult-classic science fiction mystery from the early days of indie comics in the first of four volumes, The Silent Invasion Volume 1: Red Shadows from Michael Cherkas & Larry Hancock!

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Rick Geary on All Things Considered.

Wow! What a treat between Christmas and New Year’s! Author Duane Swierczynski chooses 3 favorite true crime graphic novels on today’s All Things Considered on the NPR network, heard by millions across the country, and one of them is Rick Geary’s The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans!

“For a decade now (sic) Geary has been serving up delightfully grizzly novels… but my favorite is the Terribile Axe-Man of New Orleans.”

Try TWO decades, Duane, but hey we love it! This just ran on the East Coast, you might still be able to catch it on your radio!

See or hear the full review.

Eisners: go and vote!

If you’re a pro, from publisher to artist to retailer, go on over and vote for the best of 2010 and make sure, of course to vote for :

*Rick Geary in Best Reality-Based Work for his Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans

*Salvatore by De Crecy in Best U.S. Edition of International Material

*Eric Liberge as Best Painter/Multimedia Artist for On the Odd Hours in the Louvre collection

Here’s who can vote according to the Eisner Awards guys themselves:

The following working comics industry professionals are eligible to vote in the Eisner Awards:

  • Comic book/graphic novel/webcomic creators (writers, artists, cartoonists, pencillers, inkers, letterers, colorists)
  • All nominees in any category
  • Comic book/graphic novel publishers and editors
  • Comics historians and educators
  • Graphic novel librarians
  • Owners and managers of comic book specialty retail stores

You can also download this ballot.

3 Eisner noms for NBM books: Geary, De Crecy and Liberge

*Rick Geary gets a nomination in this year’s Eisner Awards  in the Best Reality Based category for Treasury of XXth Century Murder: The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans.

*Nicolas De Crecy gets one for Best US Edition of International Material for the recently released first volume of Salvatore.

* And Eric Liberge is nominated as Best Painter/Multimedia Artist for On the Odd Hours in the Louvre series.

If you’re a pro voting on the Eisner Awards, we hope you’ll give these the nod!

Wilson interviewed in Japan, The Beat on Dungeon, GNR on Axe-Man: news & reviews this week

Graphic Novel Reporter on Geary’s The Terrible Axe-Man of New Orleans:

“Geary shows the same flair for pacing and drama here as he did in the other volumes in this series and in his nine-volume A Treasury of Victorian Murder series. He builds the tension by slowly revealing the facts, using a journalistic tone of voice that rarely dips into sensationalism. He allows his art to show the horrors of murder, with dramatic shadows, wide-angle shots, and close-ups all used to good effect. Geary’s black-and-white palette and line shading give the right historical feel to his tales, and he has a sharp eye for the details of a time period. That, combined with his historical research, makes his story all the more horrific as the reality of it is impossible to escape.”
Snow Wildsmith (gotta love that name)

Eric Hobbs of The Broadcast is interviewed on ‘My Friend Amy’s Blog.”

Heidi McDonald on The Beat says of Dungeon:

“A sprawling satirical fantasy about anthropomorphic warriors in a magical, ludicrous kingdom. It’s a darkly whimsical epic that’s a mash-up of D&D, Cerebus, Groo and any number of works by headliners Trondheim and Joann Sfar.

And she goes on to present a whole bunch of pages…

Sean Michael Wilson of our forthcoming The Story of Lee got a great piece in the English language Japan Times. A great way to find out more about him. He has quite a few GNs out this year, including AX:Alternative Manga which was chosen as a top GN of the year. He’s a Scot expat in Japan, now heavily steeped in manga… interesting story.

Oh, and an amusing quote of the week on Elephant Man from Now Read This:

“Warning: this book contains Six-foot talking flies and shaved, car-racing monkeys.”

Do we need to quote any other part of this review? 😀

More opinions on Geary’s Axe-Man, The Broadcast, Networked

Tony Isabella loooves Geary’s latest The Axe-Man of New Orleans:

“He takes his readers back to that time, draws us into the fearful moments of the spree, and leaves us more than a little unsettled afterwards. THE FULL FIVE TONYS!”

in the Comics Buyers Guide. And here’s Sequential Tart piping in on it:

“To die for! If you’re a comics reader and a fan of the true crime genre, this book belongs on your shelf. Prepare to be horrified and amused when you add this graphic novel to your treasury of murder.”

“Well done!”

Says Comic Book Resources of The Broadcast. Sequential tart on this same book:

“Very compelling. Grade 7 out of 10.”

“If you’re a fan of techno-thrillers, you’ll enjoy this read. It’s refreshing to see a fast-paced adventure with some real ideas behind it.”

Comics Worth Reading about Networked.