DIARY OF A LADY-BIRD

Here’s an update on the Lady-Bird plot. Almost 3200 words. Act two will be complete in a couple of paragraphs. I can now here reveal the main themes of the Graphic Novel as well as the short pitch. You want to read more? It’s coming… And while I’m at it, I’m ready to take applicationsContinue reading “DIARY OF A LADY-BIRD”

LADY-BIRD IS READY TO SOAR

As the publishing industry is facing many challenges (just like the rest of the world), I decided to do things a bit differently.A few months ago, my friend Xavier Fournier sends me a French public domain short story called “Vega la Magicienne”, written in 1911 for a newspaper. Said I should take a look andContinue reading “LADY-BIRD IS READY TO SOAR”

TIME TO READ SOME COMICS!

Let’s imagine this for a second: you’re home. You can’t get out. There’s nothing waiting for you outside. You have more time than you can count… SO you need entertainment, right? This is such a crazy reality that I can’t believe it can happen. BUT, as we all know… It’s the way we’re living theseContinue reading “TIME TO READ SOME COMICS!”

LET’S HELP OUR RETAILERS!

Just like comic book creators like us, retailers aka Local Comic Shops aka LCS need our support. Please help them and get free art in the process! Text me your latest Comic Book Store receipt* and get a free original hand drawn sketch card and/or my latest Sketchbook** for FREE! This operation will be runningContinue reading “LET’S HELP OUR RETAILERS!”

LIFE OF A COVID BOOK CREATOR: THE NEW NORMAL

2020 was supposed to be a great year. But we’re now living in very uncertain times. The COVID-19 virus has disrupted the entire planet. What’s going to happen for us as comic book creators? For me? For you? Let’s talk about it… It started really well for me. Early February 2020, the successful ONE-HIT WONDERContinue reading “LIFE OF A COVID BOOK CREATOR: THE NEW NORMAL”

“WE WANT IT NOW!”: How I ended up producing a magazine from scratch, almost all by myself, in 15 days

I have a strong customer satisfaction culture. Always had. I rarely say no to a project. Even on a shoe-string budget, I try to create the best possible product. And when you’ve been working in the publishing business for 25+ years, you think you’ve seen it all. Wrong! Very recently, my motivation, skills and professionalismContinue reading ““WE WANT IT NOW!”: How I ended up producing a magazine from scratch, almost all by myself, in 15 days”