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Reading League Of Extraordinary Gentlemen: Nemo: Roses Of Berlin
Long may it continue. Nemo: Roses of Berlin is published by Knockabout/Top Shelf and will be available from early March It is available digitally from Sequential today. Dave Wallace reviews Nemo: Roses of Berlin for Bleeding Cool: There are many words you could use to describe Alan Moore's writing "Intelligent", "structured", "layered", "elegant" and "poetic" are just[...]
Top Shelf To Offer DRM-Free Graphic Novels
In an email sent out by Chris Staros, Top Shelf Productions is going to be offering up a line of graphic novels DRM-Free on their website If you are not familiar with the term DRM-Free, it means you can buy it and play it on just about any device It's offered in PDF, ePub or[...]
Bleeding Cool's 11 Best Graphic Novels of 2013
Heck, from Top Shelf Productions, written and illustrated by Zander Cannon Heck started off as a 144-hour graphic novel project for writer and illustrator Zander Cannon and once he'd started it, he just couldn't let it go That's the experience for the reader, too If a litmus test of a strong graphic novel is how[...]
Your First Look At The New Alan Moore And Steve Parkhouse BoJeffries Saga
Because while the US release date from Top Shelf Productions is mid-March, the UK release from Knockabout is, I'm told, scheduled for the end of February. If you have ever loved Alan Moore's work, prepare to meet, or be reintroduced to, The Bojeffries Here's the bumf and your first look at the brand new story… Jobremus Bojeffries[...]
Top Shelf Donates Civil Rights Graphic Novel To Every Member Of Congress
Top Shelf's recent release of Rep John Lewis memoir March: Book One was already historical as the first graphic novel written by a member of congress, but its bestseller status (on both the New York Times and Washington Post bestseller list) prompted the re-release of the 1950's comic book Martin Luther King And The Montgomery[...]
Sexy Time Travel Triumphs in Jess Fink's We Can Fix It!
Jess Fink has been doing strange things with comics for some time now, and her new book released from Top Shelf this May doesn't disappoint, which is good news for those who want to see her become even more bizarre and exuberant in her work than even she has been before In We Can Fix[...]
Top Shelf's Super Awesome Secret Announcements at SDCC
Hannah Means-Shannon writes for Bleeding Cool: Chris Ross started his digital announcements for Top Shelf this coming year by revealing that Alan Moore and Melinda Gebbie's Lost Girls will finally be available in digital format via ComiXology and Amazon, in three parts The first part, actually, will be half price for the duration of SDCC weekend,[...]