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I’m thrilled to be self publishing again!!!

As the title says – I am thrilled to be self publishing again.  In May, Kevin Eastman Studios will begin self publishing by releasing a serialized Drawing Blood Comic series and a one shot of the Radically Rearranged Ronin Ragdolls with much, much, more to come…

These books, written with David Avallone with an awesome array of cover variants by top talent including Troy Little, Freddie Williams II, Stan Sakai and of course Ben Bishop and myself will be available at your local comic shops.  BUT – you need to make sure your shop owners know they need to order these and that means we need your help in letting them know to do so.  These are available NOW in the most recent Diamond PREVIEWS catalog. Please share this with your shop owners and friends and ensure that our new venture in self publishing is as successful at the TMNT were in 1984.

Below is an excerpt from a massive 4 page interview they conducted with me recently – this also includes a link to the catalog order codes for each of the Drawing Blood books AND the Radically Rearranged Ronin Ragdolls.

Excerpt follows: One evening in 1984, Kevin Eastman and friend Peter Laird brainstormed the idea of a team of martial arts turtles after Eastman sketched a turtle wearing a mask and wielding martial arts weapons. Drawing upon the comics of the past and the 1984-present, they created the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles… their homage to everything they liked about comics, including the works of Jack Kirby and more specifically, Frank Miller’s Daredevil.

35 years later, the TMNT (as their mile-long moniker was shortened to) are a worldwide phenomenon… toys, cartoons, live-action movies. And for their co-creator, Kevin Eastman, its been a long, strange, and wonderful trip indeed. Drawing upon his long history in the comics biz, and his own personal experiences shepherding the TMNT from cult indie sensation to household names, Kevin has launched his own publishing company, Kevin Eastman Studios, to tell his story… sort of…

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