Ok, this posting, along with the next few, is very, very late. Here is a link to my review of Karl Kerschl & Cameron Stewart’s Assassin’s Creed the Fall Deluxe Edition at Graphic Novel Reporter published by UbiSoft.


Halycon Review

Here is a link to my review of Marc Guggenheim’s Halcyon via Image Comics at Graphic Novel Reporter.

Suicide Girls Review

Here is a link to my review of Brea Grant, Steve Niles, David Hahn, and Cameron Stewart’s Suicide Girls from IDW via Graphic Novel Reporter.

Here is a link to my review of Frazer Irving, Gordon Rennie, and John Smith’s Tharg’s Terror Tales Presents Necronauts and A Love Like Blood published by 2000AD via Graphic Novel Reporter.

Mnemovore Review

Here is a link to my review of Hans Rodionoff, Ray Fawkes, and Mike Huddleston’s Mnemovore published by IDW Publishing via Graphic Novel Reporter.

This Wednesday, October 5, 2011, my Modern Masters Frazer Irving will be published from TwoMorrows Press.  Available through Diamond Distributors to comic stores & retailers or through the TwoMorrows website (where you can also obtain a digital copy if you prefer), the book chronicles Frazer’s life, entrance into comics, and evolving evocative artistic style.  As a pioneer in digital comic illustration, Frazer’s career is a fascinating one in the transitions from traditional pencil, ink, and color work to a completely digital platform.

With a foreword by Grant Morrison and insightful commentary from collaborators such as David Hine, Simon Spurrier, Fabian Nicieza, Phil Hester, Joe Casey, and Andy Diggle, the book also includes never-before-seen images, process sketches, and a full color gallery of Frazer Irving art.

Unboxing Modern Masters Frazer Irving!

I just finished doing a podcast with Comic Geek Speak about the forthcoming Frazer Irving book I wrote.  Here is a link to the podcast.  The podcast is also available for free Mp3 download and via iTunes.  Towards the end of the podcast, there’s a coupon-code offer for a discount off the print edition, as well as a freebie ebook edition for those who purchase the print version.

Also, TwoMorrows has posted a 20-something page preview of the book here.  The book includes a foreword by Grant Morrison and insightful commentary on Frazer by Andy Diggle, Phil Hester, Joe Casey, Simon Spurrier, Fabian Nicieza, and David Hine.