Monday, May 30, 2011
Andrea Accorsi wrote a review of Outlaw Territory volume two for '365 Comics por Año' and though I don't agree with everything he says, it was an excellent review that was overall very favorable. You can read the review here. Or the Google translated version here.
Thursday, May 26, 2011
Francesco Francavilla was interviewed on Word Balloon in the latest episode. He talked about his work on Batman, Black Panther and even a little bit about his Outlaw Territory story.
If you're not a regular listener to Word Balloon (for shame) you can listen to the episode here.
Thursday, March 31, 2011
Ambush Bug over at AICN has written a review of Outlaw Territory volume 2 and he was not afraid to heap on the love. It's a wonderful review talking about each story individually and their strengths and weaknesses. If you want a good idea as to just what you're getting into with this book, here is a great way to do it.
A better way is to just read the book, but the review is good too.
Part one of the review is up now. You can read it here.
Friday, March 11, 2011
Philip DeFranco, though lesser known than Blair, also talked about Outlaw Territory on his online show. Editor Michael Woods is a fan and sent him copies of both. It comes up at a minute forty-five. Check it out.
It's another entertaining internet show. These aren't necessarily comic related, but both his personal vlog and the Philip DeFranco Show have huge loyal followings and with good reason. See if they grab you.
Blair Butler talks a little Outlaw Territory volume 2 on the latest episode of Fresh Ink Online (third book in and again after the end credits). Check it out.
If you are unfamiliar with Fresh Ink, I highly recommend you check it out. Blair does a great job of slogging through every week to give thoughtful and intelligent reviews of comics in both the mainstream and indie variety. She really knows her stuff and people should take advantage of that expertise when looking for something new.
Saturday, February 19, 2011
Outlaw Territory volume two hits stores this Wednesday. And fans in the Los Angeles area can get their books signed at Meltdown Comics! Contributors from both volumes will be on hand from 10-2 on Wednesday. Come on by and say hi while checking out one of the coolest comic stores in California.
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Outlaw Territory contributor Robert Kirkman has this other project he's been working on that Frank Darabont is adapting for the small screen. Though it's no western, it does look pretty darn good. Check it out here or below.