Andrew Kafoury

NYCC & Baltimore Comic Con 2019

New York Comic Con was a force of nature. Marvel was lucky enough to have us as their neighbor. The legendary Tom Orzechowski signed No’madd books. And I finally got the entire seven volume set!! Meanwhile, at Baltimore Comic Con…my man below bought the first ever seven volume set!! And I did an interview with Real Book Comic Talk: Truth … Continue reading

No'madd: The City of Empty Towers

The Steep

“Days later I reach my destination.  The Steep.  Long ago, mighty Ka’ii warlords lived here.  Until the Age of Blood.  When wars raged to win Tyon’s love.  Thousands perished.  In the end — still Tyon was unmoved.  The warlords died.  Unloved and filled with despair.  The Steep is haunted.  But the legend led me here.”

No'madd: The City of Empty Towers

No’madd: The City of Empty Towers #3 (of 3) Review

Huge thanks to Graphic Policy for giving No’madd: The City of Empty Towers #3 (of 3) 9.4 out of 10 and recommend people buy. “Overall, an engrossing conclusion to an exciting story. The story by Andrew Kafoury is exciting, well developed and layered. The art by the creative team is captivating. Altogether, a story very much in the vein of X-O … Continue reading

No'madd: The City of Empty Towers #2 (of 3)

Review: No’madd The City of Empty Towers #2 (of 3)

GraphicsPolicy reviews No’madd: “Overall, an epic odyssey almost as grand as Homer. The story by Andrew Kafoury is smart, action-packed and well developed. The art by the creative team is gorgeous. Altogether, a story that shows how powerful the journey can be, even when one is looking for the destination.” Story: 10 Art: 9.7 Overall: 9.8 Recommendation: Buy Link to … Continue reading

No'madd: The Cave of Broken Tombs

Letters by Tom Orzechowski

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