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Press Release BOOM! Town, an imprint of award-winning publisher BOOM! Studios, is excited to announce the January 22nd release of I DON’T GET IT, a follow-up hardcover collection to Shannon Wheeler’s I TOLD YOU SO and Eisner Award-winning I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER books. As with the previous two volumes, I DON’T GET IT is a “best of” collection of cartoons Wheeler created for The New Yorker that were not accepted for publication. The New Yorker is a weekly magazine containing articles, short stories, and essays that focus on the cultural life of New York City.
Press Release Shannon Wheeler returns to the pages of comics’ greatest anthology, Dark Horse Presents, with Villain House!
Press Release BOOM! Town will be making its first appearance at The Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art’s annual MoCCA Festival, and will feature world-famous underground musician and artist Daniel Johnston with his new graphic novel, SPACE DUCKS: AN INFINITE COMIC BOOK OF MUSICAL GREATNESS. Daniel Johnston will also play a small set at the Museum’s benefit party on Saturday night, followed by a one-on-one interview panel at the show on Sunday. He will be joined at the BOOM! Town table by Shannon Wheeler (TOO MUCH COFFEE MAN), Rich Tommaso (PETE AND MIRIAM), as well as artists Shelli Paroline and
Press Release This February, BOOM! Town issues the first all-new TOO MUCH COFFEE MAN work from Shannon Wheeler in 4 years! Share in the new, insightful, witty, nerve-jittering comedy of the stories that continue Eisner Award-winner Shannon Wheeler’s (I THOUGHT YOU’D BE FUNNIER, GRANDPA WON’T WAKE UP) 20-year career. BOOM! Town offers this first-time-in-print, 192-page graphic novel of Wheeler’s classic character on the heels of his Eisner win for Best Humor Publication.
Press Release Multiple Eisner Award winner, sensational New Yorker cartoonist and legendary indie comix creator Shannon Wheeler proudly debuts his latest book GRANDPA WON’T WAKE UP at this year’s Alternative Press Expo (APE) on October 1st and 2nd at the Concourse Exhibition in San Francisco, CA where Wheeler serves as a special guest of the show.
Press Release The Baltimore Comic-Con is excited to announce the addition of THE NEW YORKER MAGAZINE cartoonist and TOO MUCH COFFEE MAN creator Shannon Wheeler to the lineup of guests for this year’s show, taking place the weekend of August 20-21, 2011.
Press Release BOOM! Studios is proud to announce that BOOM! Town’s debut publication I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER is nominated for a Best Humor Publication Eisner Award! “I’m ecstatic, through the roof even, to have been able to work with Shannon Wheeler on I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER to showcase his gut-busting humor and hopefully bring another Eisner Award to his mantel!” says BOOM! Studios Marketing Director Chip Mosher. “I’ve known Shannon for over 20 years, and probably know his work better than almost anyone, and I always knew that people would respond to his non-TOO MUCH COFFEE
It’s no secret that BOOM! Studios and Too Much Coffee Man are chummy with one another, so it isn’t totally surprising to see word arrive from the company that Too Much Coffee Man is coming to BOOM! Town! in a three book deal. “There are few names in the indie comix scene bigger than Shannon Wheeler, and I’m honored to be working with him again,” says BOOM! Studios Editor-in-Chief Matt Gagnon. “We’re excited to have Shannon’s signature creation, TOO MUCH COFFEE MAN, and his other projects join the “BOOM! Town” line and will be putting a lot of muscle into
Rarely do we get a chance to take a break from the four color world of the funny pages to take a look at the single panel art form found in the pages of newspapers and magazines – and the occasional web comic. BOOM! Studios is broadening their horizons with a a new imprint, and a cartoon collection from award winning Shannon Wheeler.
Press Release BOOM! Town, a new imprint of BOOM! Studios, announced today I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER, a collection of rejected cartoons submitted to The New Yorker by cartoonist Shannon Wheeler. â€œThis is some of the best work I’ve ever done,â€ says Wheeler. Please note, Wheeler has also had many cartoons accepted by The New Yorker. I THOUGHT YOU WOULD BE FUNNIER comes in a 8.75â€ x 8.75â€ softcover format, priced at $19.99. The Diamond Code for this item is FEB100763. via Boom! Studios
For the last two months I’ve been trying to nail Boom! Studios’ Chip Mosher down to get Shannon Wheeler back on the Major Spoilers Podcast to record the next installment of Comic Book Marketing 101. Chip was a little cryptic in his replies, and asked a time or two if I was going to be at the San Diego Comic Con this year, and now I know why. Check out this panel scheduled for Thursday, July 23rd: 12:30-1:30 Indie Comics Marketing 101- Too Much Coffee Man’s Shannon Wheeler has gone from minicomics to self-publishing to Dark Horse and now to