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Author News & Interviews

Interview: , author of

May 2, 2013

Bestselling author Joe Abercrombie has brought his bestselling prose series The First Law to the world of graphic novels, enlisting such talent as writer Chuck Dixon, artist Andie Tong, and colorist Peter Pantazi. The first book in the series, The Blade Itself, is currently being adapted through publisher Blind Ferret, which is currently offering the comics on comiXology and also previewing it on A collected print edition of the first four issues will be available later this year. We talked to Abercrombie about converting his work to a new format, and more.

Interview: Miriam Katin, author of Letting It Go

Apr 24, 2013

With her intensely personal memoir Letting It Go, Miriam Katin bares her soul and learns how to make peace with the past. As a survivor of the Holocaust, Katin has an avalance of emotions when she learns her son is going to settle in Berlin. Going to visit him there is one way of beginning the process of letting those emotions go. We talked to Katin about the experience of writing this book. 


Interview: , author of

Apr 19, 2013

Mick Gray, the inker for Batman and Robin in DC’s New 52, visited Flying Colors Comics in Concord, California, on Saturday, March 23, to sign the latest installment, Batman and Red Robin #19. Gray wanted to let Batfans know that, after the death of Damian Wayne, Bruce Wayne’s 10-year-old son, the next few issues of Batman “will focus on the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance.” 

Interview: Boaz Yakin, author of Jerusalem: A Family Portrait

Mar 20, 2013

Noted writer Boaz Yakin creates a stunning family narrative in Jerusalem.

Interview: Chris Grine, author of Chickenhare

Mar 20, 2013

Chris Grine’s delightful Chickenhare returns in glorious color! Here’s what Grine has to say about revisiting the book after all this time…and introducing his band of adventurers to a new audience.