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It is a huge honor to be entrusted with re-illustrating this beloved book for a new generation, and I am doing my best to do justice to the unforgettable story it tells: that of a boy and his--get this--pet triceratops. I will have sample illustrations to share in the months ahead, but for now I'll just let you all know how pleased I am to be making my debut, in a sense, as an illustrator.
Until now I have only illustrated books I have also written, so I see this as a big step into a whole new field. With any luck there will be other such projects in the years to come. Thanks, YouTube, for this crucial support! I'll try to get back on top of things in the weeks and months ahead.
I'm happy to report that all the work is now done on Akiko and the Missing Misp, the tenth Akiko novel from Random House. I'll be showing sneak peeks of the interior artwork as we get nearer to the publication date this coming Nov.
Beeba, Spuckler, Poog and Gax. It's one of only a dozen or so manga titles to make the list. You can see the entire list right here.
Special thanks to longtime Akiko reader Dan Stroshine for pointing this review out to me! The completed volumes of Miki Falls represent the equivalent of about 22 issues of a conventional comic book series published over a period of just eight months--close to three issues per month--so it has been for me truly the most productive period of my career so far.
My deepest appreciaton to anyone who has supported the series; it's been a thrill to hear from people who have enjoyed reading Miki's story as much as I have creating it. There are a number of things I miss about the work situation I had when Akiko was being published, and foremost among them is the complete artistic freedom Sirius gave me to write and draw pretty much anything I wanted to from one issue to the next.
That carefree, "hmm-let's-try-this" spirit is very much in evidence in Flights of Fancy, and I'm delighted at the prospect of this material being rediscovered by way of this new book.
In keeping with Akiko's cultish status this new volume is going to be very hard to find, even in specialty comic book stores, so if you're interested I'd urge you to go straight to the source and order it from Cosmic Therapy.
In other news I'd just like to somewhat sheepishly announce that I will no longer be attempting to hold to my 'Updated Every Monday' pledge here on the website. These days I am adding new Youtube videos and Deviantart illustrations at a rate of at least one per week, sometimes more, so I think that's where my internet energies will be focused for the near future.
I will keep updating the website whenever there's news to share, but I expect that will be more on the order of once a month or so.
Every last scrap of work on Miki Falls: Winter the fourth and final book in the series must be done by the end of September, so I've got all engines roaring as I try to finish the last 25 pages this week and next.
Sirius Entertainment has told me that the expanded edition of Akiko: Flights of Fancy will hit stores on the very same day, making that day a veritable onslaught of Crilleyness upon the world! The effect is bound to be calamitous, so you all have my condolences. I greatly appreciate the support!
This probably constitutes the most complete Miki Falls interview yet, so it's well worth checking out if you're curious about Miki and her origins. Here is the rough sketch for the front cover in which you will see what Akiko's friends look like 25 years younger! My quote from the Publishers Weekly article last week became a topic of discussion at Warren Ellis's The Engine: Click here to see what Warren and other comics professionals had to say about it.
Meanwhile author Neil Cohn wrote at length about my quote over on his blog. Also Journalista, the news weblog of The Comics Journal, has pulled a line or two from the article in which I rather recklessly declare manga to be "the language of this generation"!
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Thanks so much, Brigid, for shining a spotlight on Miki Falls! There should always be time, though, to show off beautiful artwork by supportive readers. Here is a thumbnail featuring two different renderings of Miki. The one at left is by a young woman who goes by the name of Kitari Blade and includes "Silence", a character of her own creation. At right is a "Miki meets Bleach" illustration by longtime internet comics reviewer Dave Van Domelen. Thanks, Kitari and Dave, for two fantastic pieces of art!
Special thanks to Comic Pants. Next week I'll be back with a first glimpse look at a cover art sketch for "Akiko and the Missing Misp," the tenth Akiko novel from Random House! Among many other kind things, Tony had this to say about Miki: "Beautifully written and drawn, Spring nonetheless threw me a curve as I started reading it Silly me. The nature of this mythology demands I tiptoe around plot elements. Miki Falls: Spring earns the full five Tonys. I really appreciate you endorsing my new project so strongly.
Meanwhile Micheal C. Lorah has followed up Newarama. You can read the whole thing right here.
Yet the characters retain the sense of originality and humanity that made the most outrageous characters in Akiko feel as real as your best friend. All illustrators should be so lucky to have a reviewer pay such close attention to their artwork. Finally, the Midwest Book Review had this to say in their review of Miki Falls: Summer: "The soft black-and-white illustrations perfectly complement this gentle, at times hopeful, and at times heartbreaking story about young love.
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Highly recommended, as is the first graphic novel "Miki Falls: Spring". Thanks so much for the support, everyone. It's a real thrill to have this new series so highly regarded and warmly embraced by critics. I've seen a lot of Miki drawings now, but this one is really exceptional. I'd swear I'd drawn it myself!
Thanks for sharing your talent, Sarah! This will be the first time PW has run an article on one of my book series, so I am needless to say pretty excited about it! I'll let you all know when it hits the stands and see if I can quote a passage or two here on the website. As the artwork suggests, Autumn provides the big final confrontations between Reika and our embattled couple. It also drives the story out of the high school romance genre into something altogether bigger and more suspenseful, but I'll say no more about that for the moment Happily Greg McElhatton has broken that trend with this incredibly glowing review at readaboutcomics.
Just go there and scroll down a bit to find it. Thanks so much, Greg. I really appreciate your enthusiastic support for Miki!
Some of the most vocal support for Miki Falls is coming from libraries. VOYA: The Voice of Youth Advocates a magazine for Young Adult librarians had this to say about the series: "What initially appears to be a typical tale of a girl blindly pursuing an unavailable boy develops into an intriguing, complex story The series manages to be all these things and more.
Some people have got hold of Miki Falls: Summer already and response so far is very positive. Hopefully I'll have some reviews for you by this time next week. Also word has it that Publishers Weekly is going to do an article on me and my books, including both Akiko and Miki Falls. I'll keep you posted!I would never have guessed a secret that big was in the basement. Mob Psycho Volume 2.
Highly recommended, as is the first graphic novel "Miki Falls: Spring". Boarding School Juliet 5. This Reuters article discusses Japanese sake as a fuels source, just as I did in the Akiko comic story arc "Stranded in Komura. Kumar Sivasubramanian and ONE.
Special thanks to Loren Schnell, who organized my visit to the school.