Tag Archives: First Second

Astronaut Academy: Re-Entry Serialized Online Before Released in Print

First Second announced today that they are serializing the second volume of Dave Roman’s Astronaut Academy for free online before it is released in print this May. Astronaut Academy joins Faith Erin Hick’s Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong as a … Continue reading

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New Webcomic by Faith Erin Hicks is Now Available

It is an abundance of good news as yet another of my favorite creators has a new project out! Faith Erin Hicks has begun serializing her latest book, Nothing Can Possibly Go Wrong, on line. Like her previous book, Friends … Continue reading

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You Must Submit

And, if you are going to submit a comic to a publisher, First Second’s Gina Gagliano has the most straight-forward explanation of the submission process you will read anywhere!! What I found particularly interesting about her piece was that it … Continue reading

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A Comic Company That Turns the Gender Gap on its Head

In addition to her duties as the Associate Marketing & Publicity Manager at First Second, Gina Gagliano also maintains the First Second blog. It is there that she gives fun insights in to the world of “big city publishing” and … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Sailor Twain

Sailor Twain is a book I have been looking forward to reading for quite some time.  Anything that manages to marry mermaids with sternwheeler paddleboats and river life seems like it could have plenty going for it.  The age of … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Marathon

Marathon by Boaz Yakin and Joe Infurnari is everything that 300 tried to be.  It is epic in scope, beautiful to look at, and full of action and drama.  However, where 300 was a thin story that was just a … Continue reading

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Indie Comic Review: Bloody Chester

Westerns have a long and proud tradition in comics. All of the greats worked on westerns. Kirby. Heath. Severin. But, like all proud traditions, times have not always been bright. There was a period of about 25 years where westerns … Continue reading

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