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Mon, Jan. 4th, 2010, 11:27 am
Horribleville Vol. 1 now available for preorder!

New Reliable Press is proud to announce that KC Green's first Horrible collection is now available for preorder! Horribleville Vol. 1 is available in the regular edition or, for an extra 5 bucks, you can get KC to sign and sketch in your book.

The official launch date for the book is February 16th (KC's birthday!). Order now and your copy will ship out as soon as it returns from the printer.

Unlike past New Reliable Press books, this title will not be available through Diamond Distributors. This will be available through our online store. A list of distributors will be added to the site soon, so local comic shops will still have outlets available to them to stock the book.

So, head on over to the New Reliable Press shop and pre-order your copy today!

Mon, Dec. 14th, 2009, 03:03 pm
Last Bus Home: Page 2

Page 2 up, after two weeks. Plowing through the third page in an attempt to be somewhat weekly.

Mon, Nov. 30th, 2009, 03:04 pm
Last Bus Home: Page 1

Updated Things Are Ok.

I'm not normally a dude for drawing anthropomorphic characters, but the other night when I was finishing this strip up in my usual style (you can see the original under the cut), I thought I'd toss it on a lightbox and trace it out, trying to lose some of the "extra" details I'd added in. I also tried to keep the line weight consistent throughout.

I'm still not sure why I started to add animal heads, but I like the end result better than my original, so decided to stick with it through this story. I'm not going to be jumping on the anthropomorphic bandwagon, just kind of taking this for a test spin.

Version 1 under the cut.Collapse )

Thu, Oct. 29th, 2009, 01:22 pm
Comics. On the internet, even.

For those interested, I've started posting comics and drawings to my new site ihatecomics.com.

Going to do my best to update it a couple times a week but, if my own history has taught me anything, I will likely fail at this.

Sat, Oct. 10th, 2009, 12:23 pm
Monkey Wrench

Thanks everyone for the great feedback on the last couple strips. I got all self-conscious this time out and swapped up the lettering.

For a dude who makes most of his comic money by lettering comic books for others, I've got some down right sloppy penmanship.

Fri, Oct. 9th, 2009, 01:49 pm

I haven't really drawn much in a long time. I tried to do a 24 hour comic this past weekend, but just couldn't muster up the gusto to push myself past a page.

I noticed a lot of others were doing hourly comics and although I couldn't possibly do something on that scale, I have decided to make an attempt to get some moments down on paper. One or two every day or so, just to get myself back in the habit of drawing something -- even if it is just simple chicken scratch 2 panel comics about nothing in particular. Not even sure if I should be devoting the time to colour these, or just leave them in black and white.

Wed, Sep. 30th, 2009, 11:03 pm

Back from SPX, which was a great time. Loved meeting up with old friends and meeting new people.

Below is my haul from the convention:

Top row:

•Gangsta Rap Posse, Night Business 1 and Night Business 2 all by Benjamin Marra.
•Imaginary Monsters and Adventure Underfoot by Peter J. Lazarski
•Press Start and Fight by JP Coovert

Row 2:

•Motro Vol. 1 and 2 Motro minis by Ulises Farinas
•Radical Boy Portable GT by Tom McHenry
•Papercutter #11 featuring Amy Adoyzie, Jon Sukarangsan, Dustin Harbin, and Lisa Rosalie Eisenberg. Published by Tugboat Press.
•Real Cane Sugar by P. Cleland

Row 3:

•Secret Science Alliance by Eleanor Davis
•Lucy Legacy by Brian Evinou
•Unsettled by James Hindle
•Little Garden #4 and Nervousystematic Comics by Ayo
•Shithole and Recent Work by Corinne Mucha
•Eat World by Peter J. Lazarski

Bottom Row:

•At Least It's Company by David Huyck
•Comic Diorama by Grant Reynolds
•These Yams are Delicious by Sam Sharpe
•Pictures for Sad Children by John Campbell
•Monsters by Ken Dahl

I had picked up several other minis from JP Coovert, James Hindle and one from Jon Chad, but they all went missing somewhere between the hotel and me getting home. I'm hoping that they'll still turn up eventually.

Wed, Sep. 23rd, 2009, 09:55 am
New Reliable Press at SPX & Word On The Street

New Reliable Press will be making our annual pilgrimage to SPX on September 26th & 27th.

Come by and visit us at table E2. We have all the usual New Reliable titles, plus Jason Turner, Steve Wolfhard and copies of The Complete Nick O'Teen, which are not yet available through the New Reliable online store.


On Sunday, September 27th we'll also be at Word On The Street in Vancouver. Manien Bothma, co-author of True Loves, will be there selling and signing books. Swing by and say hi!

New Reliable Press will be set up in the Word Under the Street portion of the show, along with a slew of other Vancouver based creators.

Mon, Aug. 17th, 2009, 10:41 am
New Reliable Press & Homies at Comix & Stories

What are you doing on August 23rd? Nothing? Well, hell. Swing by Comix & Stories and visit with the fine folks from New Reliable Press as well as all the crazy talented locals and imports.

Jason Turner and Simon Roy will both be there signing, doing sketches and whatever else will make you more likely to buy their books.

Please speak softly though, as we'll likely be nursing hang-overs from the Comic Jam the night before.

More info here.

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