My latest graphic novella, The Scent of May Rain. It’s the story of Esther, a Jewish golem woman created in 1920, who over the course of 100 years becomes a mother, a fighter, an icon– and maybe even her own person?
The creative team made this an incredibly exciting book to work on because everyone added something superlative at every step of the way.
- Story by myself & Rae Epstein
- Script by myself
- Art by Kaylee Rowena
- Letters by Cardinal Rae
- Design by Jodie Troutman
You can purchase it now at my store: weekendwarriorcomics.com!
You can buy the comic that Sally and I did RIGHT NOW for $0.99 on Comixology:
People have said nice things! Take my word for it!
I didn’t play baseball in school or little league. I don’t know if my friend and comics critic Chase Magnett did either but I suspect not. We do a column over at Comics Bulletin called “Leading Questions.” I say “we” but all I really do is ask Chase an often ridiculous or manipulative question about comics for him to answer.
This week, I asked him what comics make him cry and he wrote a fantastic essay on the impact of a series of Calvin & Hobbes strips had on him in response. A few people have admitted to crying when reading what he had to say.
You can read it here.