C L I E N T S:
Morton Stone, Undertaker;
John Law, Detective [with Will Eisner]
N.C. Christopher Couch
The Will Eisner Companion
K&H has co-agented a number of licenses involving Robert
Crumb's various literary properties (for General Motors, Warner
The Spirit and nearly twenty graphic novels have been
placed with DC Comics, Doubleday, Dark Horse and NBM. This legendary
writer / cartoonist, who never rests on his laurels, is at work
on a new graphic novel.
The Crow graphic novel (375,000 copies sold by Kitchen
Sink Press) has now been placed with Pocket Books.
Wendy & Richard Pini (WARP)
Elfquest celebrates its 25th aniversary with a major
announcement at left. For an interview with Richard and Wendy,
go to www.newsarama.com
Schultz's widely acclaimed Xenozoic Tales (aka Cadillacs and
Dinosaurs) will be relaunched by Dark Horse comics in 2003.
Mark's newest work, Robert E. Howard: Mythmaker, will
be published by Wandering Star.
Sturms' Golem's Mighty Swing swept the industry awards
for Best Graphic Novel in 2002 (Eisner, Harvey, Ignats, and Time
Magazine) French and Italian editions are on the way.
James Vance and Kate Worley
The award-winning author of Kings in Disguise and
the celebrated author of Omaha the Cat Dancer have collaborated
on the first of a series of Spirit novels in cooperation
with Will Eisner.
This Boston area libraian who spearheaded the new popularity
of grahpic novels in libraries across America has co-authored
The Will Eisner Companion for DC Comics and is working
on two other main stream projects.