Showing posts with label Nanoman. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Nanoman. Show all posts

Thursday, February 26, 2009

City Paper on Nanoman web comic / proto graphic novel

See "The Future Is Closer than You Think: A Review of Nanoman: The Post-Human Prometheus," by Mike Riggs, Washington City Paper's City Desk blog Feb. 26, 2009. We had a press release of this here earlier, Riggs says the editor of the graphic novel, Arthur Delaney, also writes for the City Paper which is cool to know. The first issue is online or for sale as print on demand, but it's planned to be a 144-page graphic novel.

Sunday, January 25, 2009

Nanoman, by DC natives, available now

Got an email today from editor Arthur Delaney which reads, the first issue of a fully professional NANOMAN is now for sale on IndyPlanet:

Our artist, Jon Reed, was the winner of the 2008 Comic Idol contest at the NYC Comic Con last year. He's absurdly good.

We'll be exhibiting our story at the Con this year as well.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Comic by D.C. natives launches at NYC Comic Con

Arthur Delaney writes in "myself and three other D.C. natives are launching our DIY comic NANOMAN: THE POST - HUMAN PROMETHEUS at the NYC Comic Con this weekend. What we've got right now is a 52 page "beta" book. Check out our website:"

Best of luck with your new comic book, Arthur, and we look forward to hearing more about it.