Interview with Sequart, Pages 5 and 6, and a new sketch reward!

March 28, 2014

I know that I JUST updated last night, but we’ve got lots of great things to tell you about! First, we’ve made $570 since Monday, but we can only keep this pace if you spread the word or increase your donation. So, help us spread the word! Interview! Cody was interviewed by Julian Darius over at […]

New update on Kickstarter!

March 26, 2014

April 1 Rewards To coincide with April Fool’s Day, Rich and I have come up with some wacky rewards for backers. These are off the beaten path but they are real rewards. Back them and we will deliver. I can’t reveal all of them, but I’ll give you a hint on one: “video eulogy.” So, […]

Noir City #2 Soundtrack

March 26, 2014

I wanted to make a soundtrack for the second issue, so I put one together on 8tracks. After you listen through it twice, 8tracks randomizes the playlist, so here is the order it should be played in. Let me know what you think! Pages 1 – 2 – Some Red Handed Slight of Hand […]

Week 1 is over

March 24, 2014

With Week 1 down, let’s take a moment to assess where we are: As I am posting this, we are at $949 with 41 backers and 22 days to go. Nerdspan ran  an article about our kickstarter here. Bleeding Cool ran an article here. We still have a VERY long way to go and very […]

Meeting Greg Rucka

March 23, 2014

Last weekend at Planet Comicon, I was fortunate enough to meet the incredibly talented and amazing Greg Rucka. This was a huge moment for me because Gotham Central was a huge influence on me as a writer. It was a fantastic series and it captures the feel that I hope Noir City has – real people in a […]

The Planet Comicon art of Nathan Judah

March 22, 2014

Last week at Planet Comicon, Nathan had a table and took a few pictures of some sketches he did. I hope you enjoy them as much as I do.

Best laid plans

March 21, 2014

During the process of crafting the Kickstarter, I knew that I wanted to offer a poster or two as rewards. So, I sent a few ideas to Nathan and we settled on a black and white of the Jacket and the Revolver 666 poster. However, we also had two other ideas that we ended up […]

How Women in Refrigerators made me a better person

March 20, 2014

After the first issue of Noir City was released, I realized that Amanda Wolfe had been what people in the comic world call “friged.” It’s a term from Gail Simone’s “Women in Refrigerators”  for when a woman is killed to inspire the male character to action. We had killed this woman in order to inspire Glen to become […]

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