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Jamie S. Rich
Jamie S. Rich is an author known for both prose and comics. He has published four novels: CUT MY HAIR, I WAS SOMEONE DEAD, THE EVERLASTING, and HAVE YOU SEEN THE HORIZON LATELY?, all released through Oni Press.In addition to writing fiction, he has worked as a music journalist, a manga rewriter,... show more



Jamie S. Rich is an author known for both prose and comics. He has published four novels: CUT MY HAIR, I WAS SOMEONE DEAD, THE EVERLASTING, and HAVE YOU SEEN THE HORIZON LATELY?, all released through Oni Press.In addition to writing fiction, he has worked as a music journalist, a manga rewriter, and spent ten years editing comic books, four of them at Dark Horse Comics and six as editor-in-chief of Oni Press. In 2015, he returned to publishing, joining Vertigo Comics as Senior Editor.As a writer, Rich debuted his first ongoing comic book series in June of 2006, LOVE THE WAY YOU LOVE, a collaboration with Marc Ellerby (now collected in two omnibus editions). This was followed in the fall of that year by the original graphic novel 12 REASONS WHY I LOVER HER, drawn by Joëlle Jones. The writer teamed with Joëlle Jones a second time for another full-length graphic novel, YOU HAVE KILLED ME, a hardboiled crime story set in the 1930s. Oni Press published the book in July 2009. More recently, the pair collaborated on LADY KILLER for Dark Horse. Based on an idea by Jones, LADY KILLER stars a 1960s housewife who has a secret life as an assassin. The violent dark comedy debuted in 2015.Rich has also worked for Image Comics, scripting two volumes of IT GIRL AND THE ATOMICS, a spin-off of Mike Allred's Madman. It's drawn by Mike Norton (BATTLEPUG), Chynna Clugston Flores (BLUE MONDAY), and Natalie Nourigat (BETWEEN GEARS). The entire series was collected in two trade paperbacks. Nourigat is also Rich's collaborative partner on A BOY AND A GIRL, a futuristic love story.Other books by Jamie S. Rich include two books with artist Megan Levens (BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER): the twisted horror of MADAME FRANKENSTEIN and the classic Hollywood romance of ARES & APHRODITE: LOVE WARS. He also published the the pulpy, surreal ARCHER COE & THE THOUSAND NATURAL SHOCKS with Dan Christensen. A sequel is currently underway.Ongoing work from Rich currently includes the digital comic THE DOUBLE LIFE OF MIRANDA TURNER, a superhero adventure with George Kambadais and published by Monkeybrain via the ComiXology app. You can read Rich's latest novel, BOBBY PINS & MARY JANES, for free at bobbypinsandmaryjanes.com. Rich's personal website is Confessions of a Pop Fan (confessions123.com). He lives in North Hollywood with a cat who doesn't understand his obsession with entertainment and pop culture, but who lets him do as he pleases as long as she is fed.

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Saturdays in Books
Saturdays in Books rated it 2 years ago
This short, 5 issue run, is witty and fun and soaked in blood. I really enjoyed the whole thing. I would love to read another volume if they ever make one. The cover image is basically everything you need to know about this one. If it makes you want to know more, go right ahead and pick this up.
BrokenTune
BrokenTune rated it 2 years ago
This is a collection of poetry, stories, and graphic artwork rather than one story. While all of the works included are expressing reactions to the Pulse nightclub shooting in Orlando, the overarching theme of the collection is love. Love in various forms. The artwork in this collection is fantast...
Libromancer's Apprentice
Libromancer's Apprentice rated it 2 years ago
an anthology of stories, poems, and art no more than a few pages each, most just a single page. i kept having to stop reading b/c i was tearing up so bad.
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 3 years ago
Lindy, formerly a super-hero called the Cat, is dead and now manifests as a ghost, assisting her sister, Miranda, who has taken on her mantle but without her powers which have been stolen. Various adventures against an assortment of super-villains ensue and Miranda has to overcome all sorts with the...
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 4 years ago
A synopsis at the beginning brought me up-to-date with a comic which I haven’t read before. It Girl and the Atomics face St Germain, a seemingly invincible foe who had everything in his favour. Cartoon-type illustrations are not really my favourite and I’m no fan of Michael Allred although this is...
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