A Brief Conversation In Time A Preview of a short story for an upcoming anthology from Comics Experience. What happens when the smartest person on the planet figures out how to actually communicate with the planet? Art by Jan Marc Quisumbing. Read Senturies A historical science fiction tale that has been knocking around my noggin for a few years now. Air Force test pilot Alexes Ozuka stumbles across a NASA conspiracy, her long lost astronaut father and a secret alien armada in space. Illustrated by Ian Waryanto. Read Race Encounters Of The Third Kind A prodigal son returns to…
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As part of my meetup group NY Comic Book & Graphic Novel creators, we had as our guest speaker, Heather Antos. Heather is currently the editor of the Star Wars and Deadpool titles for Marvel Comics. She talked about breaking in, her work as an editor and her pastry of preference.
There are many ways to get your fill of Ramon Gil and SCIFIES. Buy it for Amazon Kindle, download a PDF, Order a print copy or Read it on Comixology. Just choose below! “Ramon Gil is a writer who treasures his craft.” – Tom DeFalco, Writer/Editor The Hard Code #1 Ever have a hot best friend that you were secretly in love with? Now imagine you’re both cops, all hell is breaking loose and one of you is an android! Written by Ramon Gil. Art by Trevor Von Eeden. Colors by Macarena Cortes. • Free Preview • Print Copy •…
To con, or not to con? That is the question. Whether ’tis nobler on the ego to suffer the slings and arrows of Marvel and DC fans or take to arms against the price of tables and by opposing them, to lie and sleep in some more; and by sleep to stay-in on a weekend. The heartache, and the thousand unsold books that my spouse is heir to. Tis a comic con devoutly to be publish’d.
A preview of a story for a forthcoming anthology from Comics Experience. Words by me, Pictures by Jan Marc Quisumbing. Stay tuned for the complete story, coming soon!
If you like to send press releases or other correspondence to the comic book press industry (and you should), it’s good to know what kind of traffic their websites get compared to each other. Once a year, I like to check Alexa.com to see how they’re doing. Here’s what I came up with.
When the prodigal son returns to his parent’s home island, he discovers discrimination and death in the dark side of Philippine agriculture. Experienced by Ramon Gil. Reimagined by Len Peralta. Read This And More in Scifies #2 FREE! Scifies #2 This special sampler issue previews pages from other ongoing comic book titles from Ramon Gil. Includes the following stories: Senturies, The Men from DARPA, The Hard Code and Truer Than Trousdale. Get Your Free Digital Download Now! “It is an honest pleasure to find not only a science fiction title out there, but one produced by a writer who seems to understand that…
It’s no secret that the comic book projects that seem to do best on Kickstarter are the ones with creators who already have big names or properties that have been building up huge followings for years. But what about the part-time creator who doesn’t have the brand equity that these other Kickstarter giants do? Is Kickstater a viable way to fund, produce and distribute a regularly produced comic book? I wanted to find out so I cornered a few guys who were putting out KS books on a regular basis. Their answers were quite insightful.
While spending an anniversary weekend at the old Laingdon Hotel in Ocean Grove/Asbury Park, NJ, I found a bound book of New York Times newspapers from the 40s. While going through the huge volume, I came across this ad from National Comics, now known as DC comics, dated July 19, 1946. Exactly 71 years ago. It’s quite eerie how the issues that plagued the industry then so mirror what we are experiencing today. I have posted details of the ad so you can read it in full.
The month of July had quite the auspicious start. While attending Eternal Con in Long Island, NY, I got to share a breakfast table with actor Edward James Olmos of Battlestar Galactica, The West Wing, Bladerunner and Stand and Deliver fame. Big thanks to Mark Mazz of Atlas Unleashed who hosted breakfast!