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NBM In October: BONEYARD Month!

By NBM Publishing
August 6, 2006 - 07:06

October is Boneyard month  with volume 2 going to color and the latest comic book issue!



Richard MOORE

Introduction by Charles de Lint

Now that Belzebub has been dealt a blow, it’s the turn of the IRS to make Paris’ life hell. But then, a certain beauteous Roxanna miraculously appears looking to solve all monetary problems. Paris resists as best he can, even putting on a monsters boxing contest to raise money but the lures and the pressures... how strong can he stay?
Collects issues 5-8 of the comic book now in full color!

6x9, 96pp., full color trade pb.: $11.95, ISBN 1-56163-487-5



Richard MOORE

The future of the Boneyard gang on Earth depends on Paris and Abbey making a good impression at the Illuminary's ball.  But Lilith has slipped Abbey a mickey, leaving the normally poised vampire loopy and out of control. You won't believe who Paris has to bring in to help. . .!

Quarterly comic book, B&W, $2.95


But we also have the very suiccessful WAR FIX coming out in paperback:

NEW from ComicsLit


Steve OLEXA & David AXE

NOW IN PAPERBACK! War can be addictive. So testifies journalist David Axe who's been there, in the middle of the action in Iraq. The high is potent no matter how much you know how dangerous it is... Here’s Axe’s journal of dealing with his addiction, the high, the sheer excitement of being in there, in the battle, the cost to his life, never mind the threat. A new form of visceral self-analyzing comics journalism starts with this book... An allegory for the US?

6x9, 96pp., B&W, $9.95, ISBN 1-56163-464-6

here's what the press has to say about War Fix:
"Olexa's shadowed black-and-white art completes and extends Axe's narrative perfectly. Essential as background on war and the conflict in Iraq." - Library Journal
"NBM has once again published a quality thoughtful work, and they need to be congratulated for their continued efforts."
"Succeeds brilliantly." - Columbia Journalism Review
"The book is like a mix of Anthony Swofford's Jarhead and Francisco de Goya's "The Disasters of War." -
"Axe’s lucid self awareness is part of what makes this book so compelling. Axe recognizes his own disconnect between the reality of war and his own romantic notion of it, and does not try to justify his actions or present himself as a sympathetic hero. War Fix is a book I definitely recommend, and would even go so far as to call it outstanding, but I’m not sure I actually liked it. Grade: 4.5/5"
-Marc Sobel- Unattended Baggage-



NEW from Amerotica:


OMAHA The Cat Dancer

Volume 5

In the latest volume of the acclaimed adults-only graphic novel, Chuck struggles to go on without Omaha, while the beautiful cat dancer struts her stuff in a small Wisconsin town and the voluptuous CeeCee enters her life. These four classic episodes track the Mipple City gang through bedrooms, boardrooms and strip clubs as new relationships emerge and the mystery of who killed Senator Bonner deepens. Collects issues 14-17.

8 ½ x 11, 128pp., B&W trade pb., $12.95, ISBN 1-56163-490-5



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