Jeffrey Brown is going to have a big year. First, information was revealed about his next Star Wars children's book, Goodnight Darth Vader. Following that, publisher Chronicle has ramped up promotion for his next graphic novel, Kids Are Weird, by releasing a video trailer for the book, which you can view below.
Few creators are as strongly associated with Top Shelf Productions as Jeffrey Brown. The celebrated cartoonist has worked with the publisher for more than a decade, with Top Shelf publishing nearly all of his comics work, including Clumsy, Big Head, and I Am Going To Be Small, among others. And while his recent work -- like co-writing the 2012 feature film Save The Date and his best-selling
Comic book projects that might not otherwise be made through traditional channels are turning to Kickstarter or IndieGoGo in order to crowd-source the funding necessary to get their books to audiences. The Dungeon and Drago
It's not all Episode VII in recent Star Wars news, you know; in celebration of the success of Jeffrey Brown's hit book Darth Vader and Son, and preparation for the sequel, Vader's Little Princess, Chronicle Books has released download-and-print gift tags for the little Sith Lords and Ladies in your life this h
Prominent cartoonist Jeffrey Brown has chronicled his transition into fatherhood pretty extensively in his autobio comic Undeleted Scenes and other works. Now the creator is applying his paternal skills to an official Star Wars book, Darth Vader and Son, that looks into an alternate dimension where Darth Vader was an active dad instead of... well... a complete psycho who made a habit of cutting do
Threads: The next Comics-On Tees line from Threadless will include creations by Jeffrey Brown, Jeff Lemire, Anders Nilsen and Paul Hornschemeier. Brown's design is now online, but fans will have to wait until C2E2 in April for the line's full reveal.
Movies: Kamala Films, writers David and Janet Peopls a
I've never thought the eyes were the window to the soul so much as the desk is. After all, the way a person treats their workspace says a lot about them. Do they work in a cheerful, brightly lit space filled with plants and knick-knacks? Or have they carved out chaotic office spaces amid collapsing towers of paper? The Tumblr blog Where They Draw offers glimpses insi
A couple of weeks ago we showed you a portion of Fantastic Four #9 redrawn by King City creator Brandon Graham. What we didn't realize at the time was that the commissioned piece was just one part of a larger a
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