Archived posts with tag ‘comics’
ARMY OF GOD Chapter Six Preview
On Monday, Cartoon Movement will publish the latest installment of ARMY OF GOD by myself and artist Tim Hamilton. Each chapter focuses on a different aspect of the conflict in Congo; this one hones in on the U.S. State Department under Hillary Clinton and their efforts to combat the violence, rape and kidnapping that has followed Joseph Kony’s Lord’s Resistance Army in their tear through the countryside.
Ace political reporter Dave Weigel at Slate interviews Corey Hutchins and I about our graphic novel THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.
THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE = “Breezy”
Charleston City Paper reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.
WAR IS BORING ‘Works Well’
Better late than never when it comes to reviewing to my 2010 graphic novel WAR IS BORING.
SAN DIEGO — America’s newest comics publisher has a $200-billion-a-year budget, more than a million employees and just one title in its catalog. At Comic-Con International, the U.S. Army — yes, that U.S. Army — announced the release Friday of America’s Army No. 1, a partially animated digital comic for the iPad and Android tablets.
ARMY OF GOD, Chapter Five
This chapter tells the story of Patricia and her harrowing abduction by, and rescue from, the Lord’s Resistance Army. When her father was shot on the spot, Patricia and her brother were taken to a camp where children are forced to kill and girls become “wives” of soldiers.
Rodney Welch at Free Times reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.
Jasper on THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE
Jasper reviews THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE.
A great review of THE ACCIDENTAL CANDIDATE by Thornwell Simons.