It has only been a couple of days since the US edition of my crime noir graphic novel STILETTO hit the stores. I’ve been busy going to the biggest crime fiction con here in Denmark to meet readers, publishers and other writers, so I was pretty beat the beginning of this week. Off course there […]
Thomas Alsop: NEWS AND REVIEWS
As the summertime makes everything else slow down to a crawl, I’m here at the studio furiously coloring the next issue of Thomas Alasop for BOOM! Studios. Every so often my phone vibrates with a text from my collaborator, Chris Miskiewicz, with a link to a review or a Twitter mention. However distracting it may […]
The Devil’s Concubine: TWO NEW REVIEWS!
Noir Journal has just posted a review of my book The Devil’s Concubine by award-winning crime novelist Sam Millar: “The art is beautifully rendered and a delicious feast for the eyes, slicing and dicing so quickly we barely have time to blink away the blood from beneath our lids. The two hitmen–the manic and impulsive Linda […]
The Devil’s Concubine: GEEKS OF DOOM REVIEW
Another excellent review of The Devil’s Concubine is up at Geeks of Doom. Here’s an excerpt: “Palle Schmidt has created a book that adds another stunning chapter to the already deep and vivid cannon of crime books. The Devil’s Concubine takes notes from its predecessors while rebranding itself into a truly gripping graphic novel”. You […]
HARD EVIDENCE REVIEWED
ComicsForge just put up a review of my hardboiled detective story “Hard Evidence“. “Palle Schmidt is a brilliant writer and perfectly creates the image of a crime riddled city filled with crooked cops, beyond the law wealthy, and straight up criminals and kingpins that will please any fans of a well done noir story” Thank you, […]
The Devil’s Concubine: LONG AND SHORTBOX REVIEW
Praise for The Devil’s Concubine from Jon Gorga on The Long and Shortbox Of It. Don’t forget, you can hang out with the Devil’s Concubine creator at Isotope Comics in San Francisco tomorrow. Where he will be drawing on… a toilet seat. And your book, if you ask nicely. Or just ask.