Category Archives: Jack Katz
A number of years ago, Brian Miller, a student of Jack’s went through hundreds of sketches and chose a range that he thought reflected the style of drawing Jack has been doing for decades. Gathered together here is everything from … Continue reading
There has been much debate on who first used the term “graphic novel” and who created the first graphic novel. Like most of recorded history, there are different versions and the Internet is, of course, very good at propagating information, … Continue reading
This is where things start to get really exciting! Fans of The First Kingdom have not seen any new publications since the last of the 24 books were published in the early 80s. For the first time, two sequels are … Continue reading
Our friend, Bob Gill, just sent this link to Printsasia. Guest Author Jack Katz gives us some more insight into how and why The First Kingdom came to be. Read it HERE.
Words and pictures and comments! Oh My! Bleeding Cool offers this report from the bleeding edge, Jack Katz certainly stole the show at Comic-Con. You have to keep in mind, he’s one of the original people making the Comic-Con happen … Continue reading
A really fantastic interview with Jack Katz from Peter Howard at Sequential Highway launched today. Jack covers a lot of ground on this one and of course has plenty of inspired segues into his Infiniteverse. Much muchness and awesomeness to … Continue reading
Titan Publishing has announced the release date as mid-late 2013. “This is the start of something very special,” says Nick Landau, Publisher of Titan Comics. “We’re searching out fantastic new voices and astonishing new artists, and helping them bring their dream projects to fruition … Continue reading
A video interview has been shot by Brian Miller and conducted by Jack’s literary agent Peter Beren. Details to follow.
This earlier version of the book cover was used on Amazon and other sites where an early preview version was needed.