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Thanks to Koyama Press, we’re pleased to share this excerpt of Nathan Gelgud’s latest work, House In The Jungle. In it, a potent pineapple dealing hermit’s transcendental quest is disrupted by the encroaching townspeople he supplies. Then things get weird!
An exclusive excerpt from Koyama Press & John Martz! We’ve all read about witches, those pointy hat wearin’, broom ridin’, spell castin’, superlative olfactory organ sportin’, child nappin’ creepies. But Evie wants to be scared, and Evie has found out the truth about witches, and she didn’t find it in a book. Continue reading
“There are no strings attached. Once I decide to work with an artist, as I have always done with the press, I put enough trust in them and their project not to interfere. They don’t need my creative help, they need money.” Continue reading
Plus Man and Hank find themselves facing the most difficult heist of their career: the heist of finding gainful, non-crime-based employment! Check out this excerpt from Ben Sears’ latest Double+ graphic novel! Continue reading
Fiona gets a font, and within it (and the joy of Rupaul) finds the fortitude to scrap with some illness. It’s Thursday, people. Continue reading
Explorers from an all-women planet have found men to breed with, but have they found studs or duds? Find out in this except from Jessica Campbell’s upcoming graphic novel with Koyama Press! Continue reading
A conversation with the young cartoonist behind SF and Two Eyes of the Beautiful about making comics that are best read in their printed form, the difference between homage and inspiration, and cross-cultural exchange. Continue reading