Drawing Autism By Jill Mullin

Drawing Autism Celebrates Artistry and Self-Expression

Drawings, paintings, and collages by children & adults diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder comprise this inspiring art collection. Press Release: Over the last decade autism has become an international topic of conversation. Knowing no racial, ethnic, or social barriers, today autism is diagnosed in 1 in every 110 children. Drawing Autism from Mark Batty Publisher […]

The James Bond Omnibus Volume 002

The James Bond Omnibus Volume 002 Review

2011, Titan Books Scripts: Henry Gammidge, Jim Lawrence Art: John McLusky, Yaroslav Horak This second volume of comic strip adventures for Ian Fleming’s perennial secret agent contains another seven collected exploits, in an affordable omnibus compilation of Titan’s previous hardback trades. Yes, this is essentially a collection of collections. While the grade A stuff may […]

Scratch 9 TPB

Scratch9 snags Eisner Nomination

Press Release: Ape Entertainment is thrilled to congratulate Rob M. Worley, Jason T. Kruse and the entire creative team of Scratch9 on the just announced nomination in the category of “Best Publication for Kids”, in the 2011 Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards. “When we created our all-ages imprint, KiZoic, we knew that Scratch9 was going […]

Amity Blamity

Amity Blamity: Book One Review

2011, SLG Publishing Written & illustrated by Mike White Amity Blamity follows mute four year-old Gretchen and Chester, a potbellied pig whose ability to talk seems to have earned him a place in Gretchen’s grandmother’s home, rather than hanging from and abattoir hook. Their serene, Pooh-esque playtime is frequently disrupted by Winston, a paranoid gerbil […]

Vengeance - Magneto

Marvel’s Villains Wreak Vengeance

Fear Itself #1 hit the shelves just last week, but the folks at Marvel are already are teasing us with their next big event, Vengeance, which, as Tom Brennan told IGN, will offer “an exploration of villainy in the Marvel Universe through the eyes of the next generation.” Not the sequel to Acts of Vengeance […]