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Acts of Violence in stores now

Acts of Violence

Acts of Violence

Canadian comic shops that ordered Acts of Violence from our distributor, Diamond, have copies in stock as of June 2, 2010. American comic shops will have Acts of Violence on June 3, 2010. If you want a copy but your comic store isn’t carrying it they should be able to order it for you, or you can buy it from our publisher’s online store.

The creators of the anthology (me included) would love to hear your thoughts on the book. We can be reached via the Acts of Violence Web site or you can contact me through this blog.

I have a sense of closure now that the book is widely available in comic shops. To think we started this project almost two years ago! I replied to Ed Brisson’s digitalwebbing.com post on August 15, 2008. I don’t have the post on file, but here was the email I wrote to express my interest in his crime comics project:

“I saw your post on digitalwebbing.com and got very excited. The genre of crime appeals to me, but what got me really excited was the overall contents your post—an experienced writer and maker of comics looking for collaborative partners, especially writers, and you just so happen to be Canadian. (I’m in Saskatchewan.) I’ve been on the look out for opportunities to collaborate with others. I feel I’ve also proven to myself that I can be dedicated to a project through to the end. I wrote, hired an art team, and managed a 96-page graphic novel through to completion. I self-published it. Anyway, I’m interested in learning more. Let me know if you have any questions for me.”

Ed got back to me five days later, we continued the conversation via email and the rest, as they say, is history.

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More Acts of Violence Interviews

Here are more Acts of Violence related interviews.

Damian Couceiro, artist for The Orchard

Manoel Maghalaes is the artist for The Three Princes.

Ed Brisson

Ed Brisson's second interview is about The Orchard.

Toren Atkinson is the artist of Reggie-Town.

Acts of Violence interviews

We’re running a series of interviews on the Acts of Violence Web site, words from the creators to shed some light on the creation of the stories within. Click on the images below to read the interviews we’ve posted thus far.

Ed Brisson

Acts of Violence was the brainchild of Ed Brisson, writer, letterer and publisher.

Todd Ireland and Kevin Leeson

Todd Ireland and Kevin Leeson, creators of Reggie-Town.

Chad Boudreau

I talked about The Three Princes

Acts of Violence: A Crime Comics Anthology is listed in the April edition of Previews on page 299 under New Reliable Press. The order code is APR101035. Head to your local comic shop and ask them to order you a copy.

Order Acts of Violence

Acts of Violence

Acts of Violence: A Crime Comics Anthology is listed in the April edition of Previews on page 299 under New Reliable Press. The order code is APR101035. Head to your local comic shop and ask them to order you a copy.

Mike Carey, writer of The Unwritten, Hellblazer, and Lucifer, had this to say about Acts of Violence: “A dark, rich anthology. There are acts of violence in profusion: also addictions, betrayals, uneasy consciences, moral ambiguities, bad choices and inadequate redemptions. Most importantly of all, there are strong creative voices, using the comics medium to do ambitious things.”

Featuring the talents of Toren Atkinson, Ed Brisson, Chad Boudreau, Dino Caruso, Damian Couceiro, Todd Ireland, Kevin Leeson, Manoel Magalhaes, and Marvin Mann and cover art by Fiona Staples, Acts of Violence unveils a roster of new voices in hard-boiled crime comics.

Check out a 20-page preview of Acts of Violence.

Acts of Violence Debuts at Emerald City Comic-Con

Thomas Jane has Acts of Violence

Actor Thomas Jane (Punisher, The Mist, Hung) picked up a copy.

Acts of Violence debuted at the Emerald City Comic-Con, which was held in Seattle on March 13 – 14, 2010. Ed Brisson, Kevin Leeson, and Todd Ireland– co-creators of the anthology– were in attendance.

Ed wrote on the Acts of Violence Web site that they “sold far more copies than expected”, and that reaction to the book was “overwhelmingly positive”.

To read Ed’s full report, check out the Acts of Violence Web site.