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Market Monday: April 10, 2013 New Releases

Featured Book of the Week

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Relish: My Life in the Kitchen by Lucy Knisley

Lucy Knisley loves food. The daughter of a chef and a gourmet, this talented young cartoonist comes by her obsession honestly. In her forthright, thoughtful, and funny memoir, Lucy traces key episodes in her life thus far, framed by what she was eating at the time and lessons learned about food, cooking, and life. Each chapter is bookended with an illustrated recipe-many of them treasured family dishes, and a few of them Lucy’s original inventions.

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Firsts of the Week

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Ultron #1AU, written by Kathryn Immonen

Ultron took over the world. Ultron killed the heroes. Ultron…is your father. When you’re Victor Mancha, android teen Runaway, “daddy issues” doesn’t quite cover it.

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Collection of the Week

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M3 TP, written by Erica Schultz

M3 is the award-winning crime thriller about an assassin’s search for the truth. It follows Machiavella Maria Marcona, an assasin hunted by FBI agent Christopher Morris, the son of one of her victims. When Machiavella’s handlers turn against her, an unlikely alliance is formed.

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More new releases under the cut!

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Market Monday
M3 #1, written by Erica Schultz

This issue begins with some of the origins of the elusive Machiavella Maria Marcona (M3) through both her telling and the deductions of FBI Analyst Chris Morris. With her parents murdered, she starts on the wrong path that leads her further from the truth.

~Preview~ (use arrow keys to turn pages)

Market Monday

M3 #1, written by Erica Schultz

This issue begins with some of the origins of the elusive Machiavella Maria Marcona (M3) through both her telling and the deductions of FBI Analyst Chris Morris. With her parents murdered, she starts on the wrong path that leads her further from the truth.

~Preview~ (use arrow keys to turn pages)

This Week’s Featured Event:
If you’re stuck on the East Coast this weekend during WonderCon, why not head up to Allentown, PA on March 17 for the Great Allentown Comic Con at the Merchant Square Mall! Ladies in attendance include:
Donyae Coles, creator of the watercolor webcomic, Carnival Grotesque (set for a relaunch in July). You can see more of her work at her DeviantArt.
Mina Sanwald, who currently works at Hound Comics as a colorist and animator.  You can see her artwork at her DeviantArt and find out more about her other projects at her blog.
Dawn Griffin, creator of webcomic Zorphbert and Fred and illustrator of the Abby’s Adventures children’s books.
Carol “Cotty” Kilbanks, artist, animator and art teacher!
Erica Schultz, writer of such series as M3 and Judo Girl.
Other events:
Monday, March 12
Tempe, AZ: Naomi Novik (Temeraire series, Will Supervillains be on the Final?) signing at Changing Hands bookstore. 7pm MST
Wednesday, March 14
Pasadena, CA: Corinna Bechko (with Gabriel Hardman) signing Exile of the Planet of the Apes #1 at Collector’s Paradise. 5-8pm PST
NYC:  Grace Randolph will be signing Supurbia #1 at Midtown Comics (on Fulton Street).  (I’m sure she’ll also sign Marvel Her-Oes and Nation X if you bring them!). 6pm EST
Friday, March 16
San Diego, CA: Naomi Novik at Mysterious Galaxy bookstore. 7pm PST
Friday-Sunday, March 16-18
Anaheim: WonderCon, with Renae De Liz, Rebekah Isaacs, Carol Lay and Fiona Staples at Anaheim Convention Center

This Week’s Featured Event:

If you’re stuck on the East Coast this weekend during WonderCon, why not head up to Allentown, PA on March 17 for the Great Allentown Comic Con at the Merchant Square Mall! Ladies in attendance include:

Donyae Coles, creator of the watercolor webcomic, Carnival Grotesque (set for a relaunch in July). You can see more of her work at her DeviantArt.

Mina Sanwald, who currently works at Hound Comics as a colorist and animator.  You can see her artwork at her DeviantArt and find out more about her other projects at her blog.

Dawn Griffin, creator of webcomic Zorphbert and Fred and illustrator of the Abby’s Adventures children’s books.

Carol “Cotty” Kilbanks, artist, animator and art teacher!

Erica Schultz, writer of such series as M3 and Judo Girl.

Other events:

Monday, March 12

Wednesday, March 14

Friday, March 16

Friday-Sunday, March 16-18

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