Below is an image from the remastered No’madd: The Art of Planet Ith. A collection of art that sheds light into the creation of No’madd and his world. Coming soon!
Lettering is the most important, and delicate part, of any comic book presentation. It is also one of the easiest ways for an editor to reject your book. (“Learn how to letter. Learn how to draw hands. Learn how to not suck.” Etc.) No’madd is so lucky to have the legendary Tom Orzechowski as the letterer. Not just because he … Continue reading
No’madd is a story of sword and sorcery, as our hero defends his land from a technologically advanced alien threat. His journey takes him beyond the sea of storms to a land masked in legend. There, he must unravel the fate of a lost race and confront a ruthless enemy who threatens to devastate the fabric of the galaxy. Fans … Continue reading
We have been hard at work on a new No’madd adventure for 2019. Attached is one of the new pages. This is the first glimpse of the V-or Armada in space. I really like how penciler Eric Vargas drew the ship engines. Holy wow!!
When I was a kid, my TV was pretty regulated. I could watch an hour of after school cartoons and a movie on the weekend mornings. I could also watch Star Trek TOS, TNG, and later The Simpsons. The Twilight Zone and a classic science fiction VHS rental was also permitted. (By the way, back then there was no debate … Continue reading
No’madd has crossed the wall of storms at sea and come to the land masked in legend, a land that his people call: Platu.
Everyone knows – a hero is only as good as their villain. From the beginning – No’madd: City of Empty Towers – was intended to introduce our hero – and the second book would introduce our “villain.” We strongly feel that if we pull this story off – the No’madd world will have one of the best villains in indie comics! We … Continue reading