Rashad Doucet has a new middle-grade graphic novel Art Club lined up, in which Dale Donovan recruits talented artists at his school to create an
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Last year, Christine Mari Inzer ran a Kickstarter for the release of Kokoro, a book filled with her viral Instagram comics as well as new unreleased ones.
Freshman Year, a debut YA graphic novel by Sarah Mai, was picked up by Jessica Anderson at Little, Brown/Ottaviano to be published in the winter of 2024.
The deal allows the publisher early access to middle-grade IP generated by the production company to adapt into graphic novels. Little Brown Signs Up Einhorn's Epic Productions For Graphic Novels Einhorn's Epic Productions states that the deal will focus on diverse and women-driven creators and characters and that the first acquisition for publication is Absolute Zeros, a[...]
Breena Bard has sold her middle-grade graphic novel Wildfire to Andrea Colvin at Little, Brown. Publisher's Weekly reports that Wildfire tells the
Hazel Newlevant has sold their YA graphic memoir/history book, Queer and How We Got Here, to Andrea Colvin at Little, Brown. Queer and How We Got Here
Samuel Sattin and Jen Hickman created the comic book Bezkamp that came out last October from Lion Forge/Oni Press, a fantasy in a land where laws, land,
It's a long way until the USA gets to the kind of breadth and depth enjoyed by Japan, Korea or France but it is one of a number of major moves in that direction. Niki Smith's New Graphic Novel, The Golden Hour, From Little Brown. Niki Smith is a comic book writer and artist who grew[...]
Here is how she introduces and describes herself. Christine Suggs' Graphic Memoir to be Published by Little Brown in 2023. Well, one of those fans appears to be Liz Kossnar at publisher Little, Brown They have bought Christine Suggs' debut YA graphic memoir, Ay Mija!: My Bilingual Summer in Mexico to be published in 2023, with an[...]