Between the Panels 2: An Exciting Look Behind the Scenes at Four Fantastic New Graphic Novels

Between the Panels 2: An Exciting Look Behind the Scenes at Four Fantastic New Graphic Novels

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Overview

Have you ever asked yourself what goes on in comics between the panels and behind the scenes? Between the Panels 2 gives you an inside look at the making of four great new graphic novels: Broxo, by Zack Giallongo; Legends of Zita the Spacegirl, by Ben Hatke; Bloody Chester, by JT Petty and Hilary Florido, Sumo, by Thien Pham, and Sailor Twain, by Mark Siegel.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781466821873
Publisher: First Second
Publication date: 07/10/2012
Sold by: Macmillan
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 32
Sales rank: 170,797
File size: 3 MB

About the Author

Between the Panels 2 contains words and pictures by: Zack Giallongo (Broxo); Ben Hatke (Zita the Spacegirl); JT Petty and Hilary Florido (Bloody Chester); Thien Pham (Sumo); and Mark Siegel (Sailor Twain).


Zack Giallongo is a professional cartoonist, cheese enthusiast, and amateur banjo-ist. His first solo graphic novel, Broxo, is about teenage barbarians and was published in 2012. It hit #4 on the New York Times Bestsellers list.
Ben Hatke is the author and illustrator of the New York Times–bestselling Zita the Spacegirl trilogy, the picture books Julia's House for Lost Creatures and Nobody Likes a Goblin, and the graphic novels Little Robot and Mighty Jack. He lives and works in the Shenandoah Valley with his wife and their boisterous pack of daughters.
THIEN PHAM is a comic book and visual artist, based in the Bay Area. He is also a high school teacher. Pham illustrated Gene Luen Yang's Level Up. Sumo is his first solo work.
JT Petty is an American film director, author, and video game writer. His graphic novel Bloody Chester was published by First Second. He currently resides in Brooklyn, New York.
Hilary Florido‘s self-published mini-comics have been listed in the 2009 and 2010 Best American Comics. She works as a storyboarder on The Cartoon Network’s “The Regular Show.”

Mark Siegel was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and raised in France. He graduated from Brown and lives in New York.

Mark is the author and illustrator of several award-winning picture books and graphic novels, including Seadogs, Long Night Moon, To Dance, Moving House, and Sailor Twain, which author John Irving called “a gripping novel with compelling characters, enhanced by haunting, erotically charged artwork.” Mark’s latest project is the collaborative graphic novel 5 Worlds, an epic science-fiction series for young readers. The New York Times Book Review hails it as “ . . . a bang-zoom start to a series that promises to be epic in both the classical and internet senses of the word. . . this is a capital-S Saga.”


Mark is also the founder, and Creative and Editorial Director of First Second Books, Macmillan’s graphic novel house. First Second offers an ambitious collection in every age category, in a wide range of themes and styles, with talent from all over the world. First Second has garnered an unmatched array of literary awards, starred reviews and bestsellers—including for the original works of National Book Award Finalist and Printz Winner Gene Luen Yang, and beloved bestselling titles such as This One Summer, Real Friends, Spill Zone, The Adventure Zone and many more. Mark has appeared before thousands of librarians and educators to speak about the graphic novel renaissance.

Mark has given lectures and workshops internationally and all around North America, for authors, artists, librarians, students, executives in many venues, at tradeshows, companies, Comic Cons, and animation studios, including Blue Sky, Dreamworks, Disney, and Pixar, for both creative and executives.


More at www.marksiegelbooks

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Between the Panels 2: An Exciting Look Behind the Scenes at Four Fantastic New Graphic Novels 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is lightly illustrated, but rich in description! It's eleven pages will make you want more! The character interactions make their own introductions and each is learned over the length of this story. Definitely worth finding the book when it comes out!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kinda good it gets 4 stars nothing more nothing less
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Cool