“All good things must come to an end” I gave you that clue back in January. Smart readers guessed right, I was talking about NORTHLANDERS. I did not develop NORTHLANDERS from the start, I inherited it from editor Will Dennis, but I was always a fan and I’ve been very proud to work on this book with Brian Wood and an amazing list of artists over the years. Speaking of amazing artists, we have one of my all time favorite artists bringing this series to a close—DANIJEL ZEZELJ.
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The latest volume of Brian Wood’s critically acclaimed war comic book DMZ, is on sale now. In “Collective Punishment” drawn by such artists as Andrea Mutti, Nathan Fox, Danijel Zezelj and David Lapham, citizens and soldiers – new characters and old – weather the storm of a brutal "shock and awe" bombing campaign on the DMZ.
Want to know more about Skinner Sweet? In this stand alone issue, it’s 1924 when the first American vampire crosses paths with a Wild West show featuring some old pals and enemies from his outlaw days – and he is not happy. From the dying West to flying biplanes, we see how Skinner adjusts to life in the 20th century.
Last time we saw the legendary street artist "Decade Later," he was in cuffs and headed to a detention camp. Now, years have passed, and he’s back, walking the streets like he never left--a symbol of art defiant in the face of violent oppression. Writer Brian Wood and artist Danijel Zezelj (LUNA PARK) explore where he’s been and what he’s up to in DMZ #58 on sale tomorrow! [gallery link="file"]
Kevin Baker, author of the graphic novel LUNA PARK picks his favorite books about New York. The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald. Not only the great New York novel, the great American novel. Maybe the great Western novel of the 20th century. World’s Fair by E.L. Doctorow. Close to a memoir, and the very best by the master of historical fiction. The Power Broker by Robert Caro. The greatest book about politics and power ever written.
Join Kevin Baker and Danijel Zezelj at BOOKCOURT 163 Court St, Brooklyn, NY 11201 (Between Dean St. and Pacific St.) Tonight, Thursday, November 19th at 7:00 pm as they discuss LUNA PARK
And now for the conclusion of THE BRONZE HORSEMAN.