Tag Archives: Chris Miskiewicz

On the move: NEW YORK, NEW YORK

I am back in Brooklyn this summer, working on a big graphic novel project I can’t really talk about. Not because I’m trying to be coy but because I signed a non-disclosure agreement. And it’s all for specific in-house use and there won’t be much of an announcement. The deadline for this project made me […]

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Copenhagen Comics og Thomas Alsop på dansk!

Sidste weekend havde jeg fornøjelsen af at være vært for min makker Chris Miskiewicz, forfatter til Thomas Alsop. Vi deltog begge i Copenhagen Comics i Øksnehallen, i anledning af den danske udgave, der samler hæfte 1-4 af 8, i en lækker pakke. Bogen er excellent oversat af Thomas Berger, der var en af de første jeg […]

On the move: COPENHAGEN COMICS

What a fun weekend! The biggest, semi-annual Danish con, Copenhagen Comics was held this weekend in Øksnehallen and I was happy to be able to bring my friend and collaborator, Chris Miskiewicz, writer of Thomas Alsop to the event. Books litterally flew over the counter and it was hard to keep up with the signings […]

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Out Now: THOMAS ALSOP TPB VOL. 1

The long awaited vol. 1 of Thomas Alsop: The Hand of the Island is out TODAY! It collects the first 4 of 8 issues and is a glorious looking book. Kudos to BOOM! Studios for assigning a killer art team. While my partner Chris Miskiewicz is signing at Forbidden Planet NYC tonight, I’m stuck with […]

Thomas Alsop FTW!

While we wait for the first trade of Thomas Alsop to hit the stores April 29, why not recap some of the amazing reviews we got: This book is as much a story about Thomas Alsop’s personal awakening, as it was a personal awakening for me to see what a comic can truly do as an […]

On the move: SEE YOU IN SAN DIEGO?

I’m packing up my family to fly to San Diego for my 4th Comic Con. Last year was a great success for me as my partner Chris and I pitched our book Thomas Alsop to several publishers, the first of which was BOOM! As you probably know, the book was picked up and issue #2 […]