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Preview: Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz HC

Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz HC

Imprint: KaBOOM!
Writers/Artists: Mike Allred, Art Baltazar, Paige Braddock, Megan Brennan, Frank Cammuso, Derek Charm, Colleen Coover, Evan Dorkin, Chynna Clugston Flores, Julie Fujii, Shaenon K. Garrity, Melanie Gillman, Zac Gorman, Jimmy Gownley, Matt Groening, Dan Hipp, Keith Knight, Mike Kunkel, Roger Langridge, Jeff Lemire, Jonathan Lemon, Patrick McDonnell, Tony Millionaire, Caleb Monroe, Terry Moore, Dustin Nguyen, Molly Ostertag, Lincoln Peirce, Paul Pope, Hilary Price, Liz Prince, Stan Sakai, Chris Schweizer, Ryan Sook, Jeremy Sorese, Raina Telgemeier, Richard Thompson, Tom Tomorrow, Lucas Turnbloom, and Jen Wang

Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz is a giant love letter from creators new and old from comic strips to webcomics, children’s books to comic books. Unprecedented at this scale, it is very rare for the Schulz estate to allow other cartoonists to illustrate the Peanuts gang in their own signature styles. This collection of original stories, pin-ups, and strips pay tribute to Schulz and the world of Peanuts, and includes contributions from Raina Telgemeier (Smile), Jen Wang (In Real Life), Patrick McDonnell (Mutts), Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo), Terry Moore (Rachel Rising), Mike Allred (Silver Surfer), Paul Pope (Battling Boy), and many more. Features an introduction by Lincoln Peirce (Big Nate).


KaBOOM!’s Unprecedented Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz Hardcover

On October 2, 1950, good ol’ Charlie Brown made his first appearance in a classic, four-panel comic strip printed in seven newspapers nationwide. In the 65 years since, Charlie Brown and his friends have become household names around the world—and in Snoopy’s case, on the moon—appearing on television, on the stage, and in theaters. Charles M. Schulz’s creation has been awarded high honors and praise, and most importantly, the Peanuts gang has touched the lives of generations and continues to delight and inspire to this day.

Paul Pope

This October, KaBOOM!, an imprint of award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios, Charles M. Schulz Creative Associates, and Peanuts Worldwide have the honor of presenting an unprecedented collection of original stories, pin-ups, and strips dedicated to Charles M. Schulz’s beloved creation in Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz.

This 11.5” x 9” hardcover features 128 pages of full-color illustrations and comics from 40 renowned cartoonists, presenting the Peanuts gang in their own signature styles in a very rare opportunity and in cooperation with the Schulz estate. Mo Willems , Raina Telgemeier, Jen Wang, Patrick McDonnell, Stan Sakai, Terry Moore, Liz Prince, Mike Allred, Paul Pope, and many more celebrate their love of Peanuts in this one-of-a-kind collection.

Liz Prince Patrick McDonnell

The Peanuts: A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz hardcover arrives in comic shops on October 14th and in bookstores October 20th for the price of $34.99

Peanuts A Tribute to Charles M. Schulz Cover Design by Scott Newman, with Charles M. Schulz, Ryan Sook, and Paul Pope

Strangers in Paradise now on Thrillbent!

SIP CASTAward-winning writer/artist Terry Moore, creator of Strangers In Paradise, one of the medium’s most acclaimed and honored comics series, brings his long-running masterpiece to Mark Waid and John Rogers’ Thrillbent digital comics site beginning Friday, July 3.

Strangers In Paradise’s 107-issue epic, a groundbreaking romantic thriller focused on the complex relationship between its two female leads, won the Eisner Award in 1996 and the GLAAD Award in 2008. It will be serialized weekly over the next two years from its very beginning for Thrillbent subscribers as part of the site’s continually updated library of content from comics’ top creators. There, Strangers In Paradise joins Mark Waid and Barry Kitson’s Empire, James Tynion and Jeremy Rock’s The Eighth Seal, Alex De Campi and Christine Larsen’s Valentine, Seanan McGuire and Erica Henderson’s The Best Thing, and dozens of others groundbreaking series and short stories.

Archie Comics Teams with Retailers for Exclusive Archie #1 Variant Covers

Archie Comics is proud to reveal the full line-up of retailer exclusive variant covers for this summer’s blockbuster Archie relaunch by Mark Waid and Fiona Staples! After teaming with retailers for exclusive variant covers for the debut issues of the hit-series Afterlife with Archie and Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, they knew it was time to do something even more special with the release of Archie #1 on July 8.

Featuring an all new story from comics legend Mark Waid and stunning artwork from superstar Fiona Staples, these Archie #1 retailer exclusive variant covers are by the best and brightest talents in the industry including Jae Lee, Terry Moore, Cameron Stewart, and many more!

Take a look at the full assortment of retailer exclusive covers below and pre-order the covers you want with these great retailers!



Baltimore Comic-Con 2015 Welcomes Kitchen, Moore, Root, and Veitch

Al CappThe Baltimore Comic-Con returns to the Baltimore Convention Center on September 2527, 2015 for its 16th annual show! The have announced returning guests, Denis Kitchen, Terry Moore, Budd Root, and Rick Veitch.

The Harvey Award-winning Denis Kitchen began his comics career as a self-published underground cartoonist (Mom’s Homemade Comics, 1969), but quickly became primarily a publisher. His Kitchen Sink Press for three decades published such legendary and diverse artists as Will Eisner, Harvey Kurtzman, R. Crumb, Mark Schultz, Charles Burns, Al Capp, Scott McCloud, Neil Gaiman, Alan Moore, Eddie Campbell, Dave McKean, Howard Cruse, and countless others. Kitchen also founded the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund and chaired it for eighteen years. A monograph of his cartoons, The Oddly Compelling Art of Denis Kitchen, was recently published. Kitchen curates exhibitions, is an art agent, a literary agent, a comics historian and author (The Art of Harvey Kurtzman and a biography, Al Capp), and has recently brought back Kitchen Sink Books as an imprint of Dark Horse Comics with partner John Lind. This is Denis’s 6th appearance at Baltimore Comic-Con where he has a special connection: as the representative of the Kurtzman estate, he was responsible for bringing the annual Harvey Awards to the convention.

Rachel RisingHaving decided to publish his initial work, Strangers in Paradise, via his Houston-based Abstract Studios, Terry Moore won an Eisner award for his work. Since then, he has gone on to write several titles for Marvel, including the hit series Runaways. Through Abstract Studios, he created the Harvey award-winning Echo, which ran for 30 issues and has since been collected, and his current title, the Harvey-nominated Rachel Rising, for which Moore both writes and provides the art.

Budd Root initially broke into the mainstream comics industry with his first published work at London Night Studios. Ultimately, Root decided he would publish his own comics, forming Basement Comics in 1993 and issuing the now-synonymous Cavewoman. The title has since gone on to see publication with Caliber Press and Avatar Press. It has also garnered an Ignatz Award nomination in 1999.

A member of The Kubert School’s first graduating class, Rick Veitch made a name early in his career as a fantasy artist and writer for Marvel’s Epic line of titles, where he worked on Epic Illustrated, Heartburst, and The One. He went on to work on the critically acclaimed Swamp Thing from DC Comics, as well as Miracleman from Eclipse Comics, for which he both wrote and provided art. Veitch then moved into the indie comics scene, working initially on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles from Mirage Studios and then launching his own King Hell publishing house, with titles like Bratpack and The Maximortal. Returning to larger publishers, Veitch has worked on Image’s 1963 and Supreme, and DC’s Tomorrow Stories, America’s Best Comics, The Question, and Aquaman. More recently, he wrote the Vertigo title Army@Love and The Big Lie from Image. You can find his Miracleman work reprinted these days from Marvel Comics.

This year’s confirmed guests for the show include: Neal Adams (All-New Captain America); Jeremy Bastian (Cursed Pirate Girl); Christy Blanch (The Damnation of Charlie Wormwood); Mark Buckingham (Fables); Sean Chen (Secret Origins); Cliff Chiang (Wonder Woman); Frank Cho (Jungle Girl); Steve Conley (Bloop); Amanda Conner (Harley Quinn); Katie Cook (Gronk); Darwyn Cooke (Richard Stark’s Parker); Ramona Fradon (Spongebob Annual-Size Super-Giant Swimtacular); John Gallagher (Buzzboy); Cully Hamner (Convergence: The Question); Dean Haspiel (The Fox); Jaime Hernandez (Love and Rockets); Klaus Janson (Superman); Dave Johnson (Inhumans: Attilan Rising); JG Jones (Strange Fruit); Denis Kitchen (The Best of Comix Book: When Marvel Went Underground); Barry Kitson (Empire: Uprising); Seth Kushner (Schmuck); Paul Levitz (Convergence: World’s Finest Comics); Mark Mariano (The Other Side of Hugless Hill); Ron Marz (Convergence: Batman and Robin); Terry Moore (Rachel Rising); Tom Palmer (The Avengers); Jimmy Palmiotti (The Con Job); Dan Parent (Archie); David Peterson (Mouse Guard); Ron Randall (Convergence: Catwoman); Budd Root (Cavewoman); Don Rosa (Donald Duck); Stan Sakai (Usagi Yojimbo); Matteo Scalera (Black Science); Bart Sears (Bloodshot); Louise Simonson (Convergence: Superman – The Man of Steel); Walter Simonson (Convergence: Superman – The Man of Steel); Andy Smith (Earth 2); Charles Soule (Uncanny Inhumans); Ben Templesmith (Gotham by Midnight); Frank Tieri (Suicide Squad); Peter Tomasi (Green Lantern Corps); John Totleben (Swamp Thing); Rick Veitch (Saga of the Swamp Thing); Charles Vess (Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream); Mark Waid (Daredevil); John Watson (Red Sonja); Kelly Yates (Doctor Who); and Thom Zahler (My Little Pony: Friends Forever).

Preview: A Voice In The Dark: Get Your Gun #2

A Voice In The Dark: Get Your Gun #2

Story By: Larime Taylor
Art By: Larime Taylor
Art By: Sylv Taylor
Cover By: Terry Moore
Cover By: Sylv Taylor
Price: $3.99
Diamond ID: AUG140690
Published: January 14, 2015

Zoey and Rio get to know each other better and find in each other someone who truly understands them. Detective Dunst starts to narrow down the suspect list, but is he working for justice or money?


Around the Tubes

The weekend is almost here! What’s everyone have on their plans?

Around the Tubes

WWGP – Pistol Annies Launching Interactive Graphic Novel Online Leading Up to “Annie Up” Release May 7Wonder why they wen that route?

Kotaku – There are 18 Armors in the Official Iron Man 3 Game. Can You Name Them?Fun quiz time!

CBR – Bendis & Andreyko’s “Torso” To Be Adapted by Sundance Favorite Lowery Cool.

Bleeding Cool – What Exactly Did Robert Venditti Say About Plans To Kill Off John Stewart?Still think it could be a good storyline.

Kotaku – When Video Game Artists Get To Redesign Comic Book SuperheroesSome I really dig.

The Hollywood Reporter – Terry Moore’s Horror Comic ‘Rachel Rising’ Heading to Television (Exclusive)Yay!

Comics Alliance –Robert Morales, Writer Of Marvel’s ‘Truth: Red, White And Black,’ Passes AwaySad news.

The Mary Sue – DC Comics Pulls The Plug On Executive Column After Too Many Tough Questions From FansIn what other industry do fans have this much access to decision makers?

Kotaku – See What Censorship Has Done To These MangaHuh.

Kotaku – Injustice: Gods Among Us: The Kotaku ReviewI need to get this game.


Around the Tubes Reviews

CBR – Age of Ultron #6

Comic Vine – B.P.R.D.: Hell On Earth – A Cold Day In Hell #106

Comic Vine – Cable and X-Force #7

Comic Vine – Captain Marvel #12

CBR – Daredevil #25

Comic Vine – Iron Man #8

Comic Vine – Jirni #1

Comic Vine – Justice League of America’s Vibe #3

The Spectrum – Mind MGMT Vol. 1

Spandexless – The Private Eye

Comic Vine – Red Hood and the Outlaws #19

Comic Vine – Star Wars: Darth Vader And The Ninth Assassin #1

Comic Vine – Superior Spider-Man #8

Comic Vine – Venom #34

Gender Through Comic Books, The Free Comics Course

DiplomaMark Waid on his blog last night posted about the new online course by Ball State University, “Gender Through Comic Books.” The all-star group of comic creators getting behind this education experience includes Brian K. Vaughan, Scott Snyder, Matt Fraction, Jason Aaron, Dan Slott, Terry Moore, Jonathan Hickman, Brian Michael Bendis, Gail Simone, Waid and more. That’s an impressive line up of talent.

The course is the brainchild of Christy Blanch. It’s a Massive Open Online Course, which makes it freely available to anyone, anywhere across the world. As long as you have web access, you’re good. There’s no cost, no obligation, and you can enroll now here.

Here’s the description directly from the course website:

The course, led by Christina Blanch of Ball State University, uses a study of comic books incorporating highly interactive video lectures, online discussions between students, and real-time socially driven interviews. Interviews with the comic industry’s biggest names such as Terry Moore, Brian K Vaughan, Mark Waid, as well as others address questions of gender representations and constructions involving both men and women.

There’ll be live weekly interviews as well with creators and editors who will be taking questions live through Twitter.

If you’re still not convinced, here’s a video promoting the course.


Preview – CBLDF Liberty Annual 2012

CBLDF Liberty Annual 2012

Story by: Howard Chaykin, Andy Diggle, Kieron Gillen, Brandon Graham, David Hine, Joe Keatinge, Robert Kirkman, Jim McCann, Terry Moore, Chris Roberson, James Robinson, Richard Starkings, Jonathan Hickman, James Asmus Art By: Michael Allred, Nate Bellegarde, J. Bone, Doug Braithwaite, Ian Churchill, Chynna Clugston-Flores, Chris Giarrusso, Sina Grace, Brandon Graham, Roger Landridge, Janet Lee, Terry Moore, Ben Templesmith Cover By: Gabriel Ba Variant Cover by: Terry Dodson
Price: $4.99

CBLDF LIBERTY ANNUAL returns! This year’s installment is edited by Image Comics Publisher ERIC STEPHENSON, who has recruited an all-star line-up of writers and artists to make ALL-NEW stories about the positive qualities of freedom! All proceeds from this book benefit the COMIC BOOK LEGAL DEFENSE FUND, who’ve been fighting censorship in comics for over 25 years!

NYCC 2012 – Terry Moore Debut’s Strangers In Paradise on comiXology

Today at New York Comic Con 2012, Abstract Studio and comiXology announced the digital debut of legendary creator Terry Moore’s entire Eisner Award-winning romantic epic Strangers in Paradise. Spanning 107 issues and compiled in 19 trades, Strangers in Paradise has long been hailed as one of the seminal works of sequential art and now fans can experience the entire series across comiXology’s entire platform.

All 107 issues and 19 trades of Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise are available now on comiXology in their patent pending Guided View reading technology. For owners of the new iPad, the series can be experienced in comiXology’s high definition CMX-HD format. Abstract Studio and comiXology worked closely together to acquire the highest resolution source material possible to present Moore’s Strangers in Paradise in comiXology’s stunning high-definition comic format.

Terry Moore’s Strangers in Paradise focuses on the difficult relationship between a kind-hearted hopeless romantic Francine, her best friend Katchoo a jilted artist with a mysterious past, and David Qin an NYU art student madly in love with Katchoo with a few secrets of his own. A mix of romance, comedy and thriller, Strangers in Paradise has received critical acclaim since it’s original print debut in 1993. Through out its run the series has received multiple awards including the Eisner Award for Best Serialized Story in 1996, the National Cartoonists Ruben Award for Best Comic Book in 1997, as well as the GLAAD Award for Best Comic Book in 2001 and 2008.

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