Category: News

• Creator Talks Podcast | Garth Ennis on The Tankies

This episode is being released on Memorial Day. In honor all service men and women who gave their lives in defense of their country, I am very pleased to welcome my special guest writer Garth Ennis. Garth Ennis’ body of work includes Judge Dredd stories for 2000 AD, The Punisher and Hitman. His comic book series Preacher… Read more


• On the Old Barbed Wire | Smedley Book Review

The book that I present to you today is a comic or “graphic novel”. The theme is one of the most interesting and fascinating characters in the history of the Marine Corps, Major General Smedley Darlington Butler. But the opportunity to introduce this character is anything but banal as we know his story through flashbacks… Read more


• Graphic Policy | Dead Reckoning Announces Its Fall 2021 Releases

Dead Reckoning will bring you three new graphic novels in Fall 2021. First up is Four-Fisted Tales by four-time Eisner-nominated cartoonist Ben Towle, which tells the story of how animals have been used to fight in the trenches, jungles, and deserts of the world’s battlefields. Next, The Jewish Brigade by Marvano follows how the Jewish Infantry Brigade Group came to… Read more


• KateOnKidsBooks | TEDDY Review

Based on the author’s one-man play, the life of Teddy Roosevelt is explored through a speech he actually gave to the Republican State Convention in Saratoga when he was 61 years old. Roosevelt and his wife were informed the day before that his youngest son, Quentin, was killed in World War I. Now he is addressing… Read more


• Multiversity Comics | The Rundown

The Naval Institute Press’s graphic novel imprint, Dead Reckoning, will be continuing in 2021 with “The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors” by James D. Hornfischer, Doug Murray and Steven Sanders; “Four-Fisted Tales: Animals in Combat” by Ben Towle; and “The Jewish Brigade” by Marvano. The anthology book “Four-Fisted Tales: Animals in Combat” spotlights… Read more



Dead Reckoning, the graphic novel imprint of the Naval institute Press, has three new original titles lined up for Fall 2021. The Last Stand of the Tin Can Sailors, by James D. Hornfischer, Doug Murray, and Steven Sanders, tells the story of the Battle of Samar, in which a small group of escort ships held off… Read more


• Historical Novel Society | Teddy Review

In their appealing young adult graphic novel, Luckinbill and Tait present the facts of President Theodore Roosevelt’s life in compact form, while conveying the spirt of the man and the times. We see an elderly Roosevelt, now frail, hard of hearing, and partly blind. Addressing a crowd in an auditorium, he looks back contemplatively over… Read more