Due to my working excessive hours and self-publishing/promoting my debut novel Welcome to The Fold, expect updates to Shelf Abuse to be sporadic at best.
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Category Archives: News
Bluewater are resurrecting indie superhero title The Justice Machine with a new graphic novel. Continue reading
This December, Slave Labor Graphics will be publishing Gerry Alanguilan’s latest graphic novel, Where Bold Stars Go to Die. Continue reading
Perennial slapstick buffoons Laurel and Hardy are making an unlikely comic book return in Oscar Zarate’s The Park, a new graphic novel from SelfMadeHero. Continue reading
Today the folks at Aurume Publishing sent me a review copy of Lance Parkin’s Alan Moore biography, Magic Words, and some small part of me went mushy. Continue reading
To promote such Autumn releases as Avengers Assemble, The Dark Knight Rises and The Amazing Spider-man, movie streaming service Now TV is encouraging comic book and film fans to send in their own superhero designs and possibly see their creations handled by a team of professional animators. Continue reading
Aluna, the Latin American superhero created by actress Paula Garces and her creative partner, Antonio Hernandez will be released as a trilogy starting with book one this Fall. Continue reading
Cartoon College, Tara Wray and Josh Melrod’s documentary following the trials and tribulations of a group of aspiring cartoonists at Vermont’s Center for Cartoon Studies. Continue reading