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Tales of Mr. Rhee Vol. 4 Cover Templesmith
Rhee is a fun horror series of graphic novels written by one Dirk Manning Mr Rhee is a pretty cool character, a magician who helps fix problems in a world already torn apart by armageddon He only works on referrals, but if you are calling on him for his services, chances are you're already boned. This[...]
Kickstarting A Mr. Rhee – Write Or Wrong #85 By Dirk Manning
By Dirk Manning (with special thanks to Victor Dandridge Jr.) Dirk Manning writes for Bleeding Cool when he's not writing comics or touring to promote them Victor Dandridge Jr prompted this particular column/interview. Yesterday we posted a Write or Wrong column in which Victor Dandridge Jr and I talked about life on the road, whether or[...]
Spotlight On Indie Comics: The 15 Best Of 2014 Edition
Rhee: "Karmaggedon" by Dirk Manning is follows paranormal trouble-shooter, Mr Rhee, as he protects five orphans in the middle of Armageddon While it makes perfect sense that Mr Rhee would be a survivor amidst the sort of catastrophe that befalls his world there is no sense in why he chooses to take responsibility for five[...]
Cthulhu Happens In Tales Of Mr. Rhee #2 From Devil's Due – Read It Here
Rhee: "Karmageddon" by Dirk Manning (writer), Seth Damoose (illustrator), Anthony D Lee (colorist), and James Reddington (letterer) in its entirety here. With Tales of Mr Rhee: "Karmageddon" Issue #3's release taking place next Wednesday, January 14th (there's only one more issue after this!), Manning decided to treat Bleeding Cool readers to the full second issue in[...]
Selling My Little Pony (Ish) At A Small Press DanCon
I wasn't worried — Dirk Manning was there on the other side of the hall, so I could have easily outnumbered him if I had to (I'm just kidding, he's a great guy, I just liked the Jets vs Sharks analogy that popped into my mind.) Things moved pretty well I was able to catch up[...]
Surviving 15 Shows in 15 Weeks (Part 4 of 3) – Write or Wrong By Dirk Manning
By Dirk Manning At the end of 2013 I decided to complete the Herculean task of setting up for 13 consecutive comic conventions, horror conventions, and/or in-store book signings in 13 consecutive weeks I was promoting my new/upcoming comics Love Stories to Die For (Image Comics/Shadowline), The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West (Big Dog Ink),[...]
Surviving 15 Shows in 15 Weeks (Part 2 of 3) – Write or Wrong By Dirk Manning
By Dirk Manning Towards the end of 2013 I had four new comics being released, including: • The Love Stories (to Die For) one-shot from Image Comics/Shadowline (previously discussed on Bleeding Cool here) • My four-issue run on The Legend of Oz: The Wicked West from Big Dog Ink (in which I got to tell the origin of[...]
Surviving 15 Shows in 15 Weeks (Part 1 of 3) – Write or Wrong By Dirk Manning
Dirk Manning writes: Towards the end of 2013, I decided to do something that would either exponentially help my writing career or kill me: I decided to conduct a "13 Shows in 13 Weeks" book-signing tour. As I've discussed in earlier installments of this column (and the book/collection Write or Wrong: A Writer's Guide to Creating Comics,[...]
To Dirk Manning, With Amber Love
By Tommy Zimmer Dirk Manning told me that cosplayer extraordinaire Amber Love's powers are strong. I guess they are since I had no idea what she actually looked like from under her costume and makeup until I saw her actual photos on Facebook He clarified why she was scaring me. "She is a Dia De Los Muertos," Manning[...]