Tag: Nobrow Press

Young Readers: Reviews of Nightlights and The Best We Could Do

Time Codes: 00:00:26 – Introduction 00:02:47 – Setup of the reviews and interview 00:05:29 – Nightlights 00:26:13 – The Best We Could Do 00:58:56 – Interview with Thi Bui 01:42:29 – Wrap up 01:43:20 – Contact us Conflicts, Ghosts, and Art On this

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Luke Healy

Time Codes: 00:00:24 – Introduction 00:02:25 – Setup of interview 00:03:50 – Interview with Luke Healy 01:03:07 – Wrap up 01:03:37 – Contact us Survivor On this interview episode, Derek talks with Luke Healy. His new book How to Survive in the North comes out

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Comics Alternative Interviews: Jeremy Sorese

Orange Is the New Black On this interview show, Andy W. and Derek have the pleasure of talking with Jeremy Sorese. His book, Curveball, was published by Nobrow Press in late 2015, but it’s up this year for a Lambda Literary Award

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Episode 137: Reviews of Headspace, You Don’t Say, Lost Property, and Vacancy

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Southern Comfort On this episode of The Comics Alternative podcast, Derek and Andy W. discuss four new titles. They begin with Ryan K. Lindsay, Eric Zawadzki, and Sebastian Piriz’s Headspace (IDW Publishing). This was originally an eight-issue digital series published

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Episode 110: A Publisher Spotlight on Nobrow Press

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] “Forget me. When you do you’ll find a new creamy filling…not just my creamy filling.” On this week’s episode, Derek and Andy W. are back with a Publisher Spotlight, and this time the focus is

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Comics Alternative Podcast Episode 88: Reviews of Miracleman, Book 1, Purgatory Pub, Book 1, and Worse Things Happen at Sea

Listen to the podcast! [powerpress] Miracles, Metaphysics, and Comics Quandaries On this episode of The Comics Alternative, Andy and Derek review three new and unique titles. They begin by looking at Miracleman, Book 1: A Dream of Flying, the first trade in Marvel’s

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