Coming soon: The World Needs Bad Men

As many of you know, whenever I'm quiet I'm busy. Lately I've been very quiet because I've been very busy with my biggest project to date: a collection of essays on True Detective Season 1. I'm still at work on the final pieces of the manuscript, but the book will be coming out this summer... Continue Reading →

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Revival Does Diversity Right

Revival, Vol. 1: You're Among Friends These days there's a lot of discussion around diversity in comics, both on the page and in the creative teams. There's also a lot of noise about the "right" and "wrong" ways to add diversity to stories, most of which have more to do with personal taste than any... Continue Reading →

Pusher (Wo)Man

In which I answer the age old question, “Where do you find this stuff?”Comic Con 2012 has come and gone, leaving my bookshelves full and my wallet empty. If you haven’t guessed, what I enjoy most about the convention is that it is a cornucopia of new and exciting reading material. Better yet, it’s a... Continue Reading →

San Diego Book Awards 2012

Saturday night Tone and I attended the San Diego Book Awards banquet for the second time. The first time we went was in 2009, when Tone’s manuscript for Picking Up the Ghost was a finalist in the unpublished novel category. This time the published version of Picking Up the Ghost was a finalist in the... Continue Reading →

Armageddon in Retrospect

Title: Armageddon in Retrospect Author: Kurt Vonnegut ISBN: 978-0-425-22689-6      I’m always wary of any posthumously published works by my favorite authors. That’s why I approached Armageddon in Retrospect, a collection of Kurt Vonnegut’s essays and short stories, with caution. Being a great writer isn’t just knowing what words to leave in a story, it’s... Continue Reading →

Shameless Spousal Promotion, part II

Picking up the Ghost has published! It's available from Amazon, Barnes & Noble and lots of other book sellers. It's written by Tone Milazzo, a man who, through a series of coincidences and misadventures, happens to be married to me. Of course, this in no way colors my glowing recommendation of his book. I'm not... Continue Reading →

Meanwhile by Jason Shiga

Title: Meanwhile Author: Jason Shiga ISBN: 978-0-8109-8423-3 Chocolate or Vanilla? This one mundane choice is what launches you into a world of time travel, mind reading and mad science in Jason Shiga’s book Meanwhile. Shiga, the winner of the 2003 Eisner “Talent Deserving of Wider Recognition” award, lives up to his reputation as one of... Continue Reading →

The Engineer: Konstrukt

Title: The Engineer: Konstrukt By: Brian Churilla (author/artist) and Jeremy Shepherd (author/colorist) ISBN: 9781932386547 The Engineer: Konstrukt starts fast, laying out the central conflict on page one of the book. An immense, ancient entity of the Lovecraftian variety is devouring the universe. One thing can stop it: the Konstrukt, an equally ancient device of mysterious... Continue Reading →

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