Doug TenNapel on GHOSTOPOLIS

Creator Tells a Modern Fable in GHOSTOPOLIS By Zack Smith, Newsarama Contributor Writer and artist Doug TenNapel has taken fans on some surreal adventures, whether it’s with video games such as Earthworm Jim and The Neverhood, cartoons such as Catscratch or such all-ages graphic novels as Creature Tech and Tommysaurus Rex.     Now, TenNapel […]

Chris Wooding on MALICE from Scholastic

What if A Comic Book Could Kill You? By Zack Smith What if there was a comic book…that could kill you?  Chris Wooding’s Malice holds the chilling answer.  The young-readers novel/graphic novel from Scholastic tells of a group of friends in the British town of Hathern, who discover that calling the name of Tall Jake […]

Raina Telgemeier on THE BABY-SITTERS CLUB

Raina Telgemeier: Life With the Babysitter’s Club By Zack Smith   Eisner-nominated webcomics creator Raina Telgemeier has had a great time adapting the classic children’s series The Baby-Sitters Club for Scholastic, the last of which, Claudia and Mean Janine, was recently released. As a BSC fan from back in the 1980s, this writer was more […]

Frank Cammuso on KNIGHTS OF THE LUNCH TABLE

Frank Cammuso first made a splash with his acclaimed series Max Hamm, Fairy Tale Detective. His work there got him noticed by Scholastic Books, which led to his new full-color graphic novel series Knights of the Lunch Table. The first volume, The Dodgeball Chronicles, introduces us to Artie King, newest student at Camelot Middle School. […]

Scott Morse on MAGIC PICKLE

SCOTT MORSE: BRINGING THE PICKLE BACK by Zack Smith The definition of a fan favorite, Scott Morse is one of the most prolific writer/artists of the last decade, doing everything from cosmic epics (Soulwind) to gangsters (Volcanic Revolver) to Akira Kurosawa (The Barefoot Serpent) and even superheroes such as Elektra and Catwoman. Now, the versatile […]

Kazu Kibuishi on AMULET from Scholastic

KAZU KIBUISHI ON AMULET by Zack Smith Kazu Kibuishi has become one of the most acclaimed creators of the last few years with such creations as the webcomic Copper; Daisy Kutter from Viper, and the Flight anthologies, which he created and edits. Now, Kibuishi is poised to reach his biggest audience yet with Amulet, a […]