The third issue of THE DOUBLE LIFE OF MIRANDA TURNER is now available for preorder. Relase date via Comixology and Monkeybrain is 3/19. The art, as ever, is by George Kambadais and colorist Paulina Ganucheau, with lettering by Crank!
Posts tagged Jamie S. Rich
Last year, Jamie S. Rich and I developed a series of blog posts to accompany A Boy & A Girl (Oni Press was planning to release it chapter-by-chapter online before the release of the GN). The posts weren’t used in the end, but I’d like to release this blog post (meant to follow chapter 2) and possibly one other because they discuss staging for comics. Specifically, how to handle a scene where the 180 degree rule and characters’ order of dialogue conflict.
Note: I know a lot of comic artists who feel that the 180 degree rule is more important in film than comics, and don’t let it dictate how they stage their comics. I think it’s a useful guideline and don’t break it unless I can’t avoid doing so.
Jamie S. Rich and Megan Levens discuss Madame Frankenstein, their new book from Image. (via Interview: Jamie S. Rich & Megan Levens on Image’s Madame Frankenstein)
Madame Frankenstein #1 is solicited in the Diamond Previews catalogue today.
Your favorite retailer has about seven weeks to get orders in to help us set our print run, which means you also have that amount of time to let him or her know you want the book.
This handy reservation form has all the info both of you need. You can download a larger version right here.
If you’re curious about the book, and hadn’t heard of it yet, here is more information from the Image Comics website.
MADAME FRANKENSTEIN #1 (of 7)
story: JAMIE S. RICH
art: MEGAN LEVENS
cover A: JOELLE JONES & NICK FILARDI
cover B: CHRISTOPHER MITTEN
MAY 7 / 32 PAGES / BW / T+ / $2.99
In 1932, Vincent Krall sets out to create his perfect woman by reanimating the corpse of the love of his life. He’ll soon discover, however, that man was never meant to peer beyond the veil between life and death. Mixing vintage horror with mythic drama, this new series by writer JAMIE S. RICH (You Have Killed Me) and smashing newcomer MEGAN LEVENS is guaranteed to send chills through even the warmest of hearts.
Happy Valentine’s Day from the Zipper. And all of us behind the comic book Archer Coe & the Thousand Natural Shocks (Oni Press, June 2014).
[Art by Dan Christensen]
Comixology and Image Comics have teamed up for a “Leading Ladies” sale that includes the entire run of It Girl and the Atomics.
That means you can get all twelve issues for $0.99 each. Though the real deal looks like buying the trades, which you can get as a pair for $11 total.
If you’ve been waiting to read the book, or have been curious to see what Allen Passalaqua’s colors look like on an fancy screen, it’s never going to be cheaper than this.
[Above illustration is Natalie Nourigat’s pin-up from It Girl and the Atomics, Round One.)