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WonderCon here we come!

I believe that I’ve written this before but WonderCon has a very special place in my heart.  Back four years ago it was at this show (in San Francisco) that we officially launched Kill Shakespeare – doing some signings, meeting with media, and sitting on a panel. Four years, three volumes (with a fourth on […]

Hamlet embarks to the Emerald City!

I returned from attending the Emerald City Comic-Con Monday night but have been swamped with work and a major IT issue the last two days. So I’m only now posting these pics and update. Emerald City this year was one of my favourite shows to attend from two years ago and returning (Conor attended last […]

Kill Shakespeare en route to Emerald City!

It’s been pretty busy here on my end, with writing deadlines on the new Kill Shakespeare: The Mask of Night comic series arc, work on the board game, other Kill Shakespeare projects (to be announced later this year) and some other new stuff (including a big personal event).  But as the weather starts to get […]

Kickstarter: We’re funded! But there is more to be revealed!

Late yesterday afternoon we received a great piece of news – our Kill Shakespeare board game Kickstarter campaign has hit the funding goal of $25,000.  THANKS SO MUCH to all of you that pre-ordered copies of the game, art, or anything else.  We’re extremely excited and happy about this – but we have plans for […]

Pre-Order a Copy of our Board Game on Kickstarter!

Today is a big day.  Launching just a few hours ago was a Kickstarter campaign for pre-sales and purchase of additional items and features for our forthcoming Kill Shakespeare Board Game. IDW Games, with Nate Murray and Jerry Bennington running point, has done a strong job putting the game together and now this campaign is […]

Brush up your (Kill) Shakespeare!

Over the last few years we have received a great deal of acclaim and had numerous special moments.  Some of our greatest moments have been on the academic side of things.  We have been studied, analyzed and written about by scholars all over the world.  We have been taught in adaptation classes on at least […]

Kill Shakespeare flies off the stage!

I was very fortunate to attend the G33K Art Show this past weekend in Kitchener, Ontario.  Not only did I have a blast on Saturday at my table, hosting two workshops and panels, and meeting up with some old friends, but I also was able to attend Friday’s night’s KILL SHAKESPEARE: REINVENTED, a multidisciplinary production […]

England loves Kill Shakespeare!

I just returned to Toronto last night after an amazing 10 days in England and I’m still on a bit of a high.  Those that know me know that I love the city of London. And after three trips there in the last 18 months I love it even more – and have been discovering […]

Swimming with fun at Lakes!

I’ve forgotten how much of British culture revolves around the pubs…  I’m currently sitting in the only place with WiFi in Kendal city centre, a pub where I’m picking up northern British slang indirectly… I just finished the Lakes International Comic Arts Festival earlier today.  The first (hopefully annual), it was a fun event in […]

Kill Shakespeare in England!

One trip ends, another begins… After a hugely successful New York Comic-Con I’m heading to England for a week-and-a-bit to take part in some fun events over there. First off is the 1st ever Lakes International Comic Arts Festival in Kendal (northern England).  It’s a brand new initiative and I was added as a last-minute […]