A Pair of BCM DC Digital Links

Most of the work I do for DC is of the licensed or “custom” variety, both of which I enjoy quite a bit. But two of my more recent “mainstream” DC stories are always available digitally. Both were a lot of fun to do, and both were exceptionally well received (I could link you to reviews, but that’s a lot of work), so here’s a handy link to both.

First is the “Crisis in Identity” Batman story, from LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT, with art by the astounding Ben Templesmith. Here’s a sample screen:

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And here’s another:

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Here’s a link to the first digital issue (which ran in LOTDK 4-6):

https://www.comixology.com/Legends-of-the-Dark-Knight-2012-2013-4/digital-comic/26623

(This story was also collected as a single issue in print, as LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT #2, and then into the first LOTDK trade paperback)

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The second story (“Exposed”) appeared in ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #38-39, and dealt with perceptions of Superman, sort of. With fantastic art by Gabriel Rodriguez, and color by Alejandro Sanchez. Have a sample:

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And another:

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Here’s a link to the first digital issue:

 https://www.comixology.com/Adventures-of-Superman-2013-2014-37/digital-comic/63147

(This story was collected as a single issue in print, as ADVENTURES OF SUPERMAN #13)

So feel free to give them a shot!

 

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The Jackie Karma Playlist

I put together a Spotify playlist based on (although not quite matching) the lists included in ’76 #1-5.

Dig:

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NYCC news and…an interview (Ben 10?)

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The entire Bad Karma crew will be in New York in a couple of weeks for the New York Comic Con, staked out in Artist’s Alley at tables W10-W13. In addition to copies of the BAD KARMA VOLUME ONE book, we’ll have merchandise on sale, host a panel on Thursday, and offer a couple of con exclusives:

http://badkarmacreative.com/2013/10/01/limited-edition-new-york-comic-con-kraken-t-shirt/

 

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In other news, I contributed to a BEN 10 OMNIVERSE Halloween book that will drop as part of Halloween Comicfest on October 26th, from Viz.  Diamond interviewed me about the story, and about my Halloween experiences in general:

http://www.halloweencomicfest.com

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OUT NOW

OUT NOW

This trade dropped on September 4th:

BATMAN: LEGENDS OF THE DARK KNIGHT VOL. 1 TP

Written by DAMON LINDELOF, JONATHAN LARSEN, TOM TAYLOR, B. CLAY MOORE, STEVE NILES, T.J. FIXMAN, ANDREW DABB and JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV
Art by JEFF LEMIRE, J.G. JONES, NICOLA SCOTT, BEN TEMPLESMITH, TREVOR HAIRSINE, TAN ENG HUAT, PHIL HESTER and others

Cover by ETHAN VAN SCIVER

On sale SEPTEMBER 4 • 168 pg, FC, $14.99 US

These new tales of Batman explore unusual sides of The Dark Knight, including his early years as a crimefighter, his method of dealing with super-powered foes and more. Collecting issues #1-5 of the digital-first series.

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September 5, 2013 · 9:25 pm

Bit Torrents: ’76

Found ’76 on a bit torrent site and downloaded it. Not the best job scanning, pirates.

But here are three pages from JACKIE KARMA:

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We really are working to finish this one and present it in a worthy format. I’m going to work on making the existing five issues available, I think.

 

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BCM Books 4 Sale (again)

After shipping off some overdue books and signing a few hundred copies of BAD KARMA VOLUME ONE, I’m again offering both volumes of HAWAIIAN DICK (Byrd of Paradise and The Last Resort) as well as BATTLE HYMN, each for ten dollars (which includes shipping). Paypal address: Catspaw1@aol.com

Trades

I also have copies of all six issues of JSA THE LIBERTY FILES: THE WHISTLING SKULL, which I’ll sell in complete autographed sets if you’re interested. Drop me a line for info: BClayMoore@gmail.com

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OLD DOG one more time

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I’ve decided to make the OLD DOG downloads available again for the time being. For ninety-nine cents. More, if you’d like, but…that’s a deal, right?

OLD DOG is about two characters. One, a retired prohibition cop whose family was taken from him years ago, and who has been asked to come out of retirement in late 40s/early 50s L.A. He’s a broken man. Just how broken remains to be seen.

The other character is a former aspiring actress who got tired of having to blow studio fatcats for bit parts in shitty movies. She’s a broken woman, and she recognizes other broken people when she sees them. Its an adult story (not because of the “fucks” and the bloodshed, but because the characters are adults dealing with the adult world), and this introduction is the tip of the iceberg.

The story is drawn and colored by the amazing Christopher Mitten, and there are pieces by Tigh Walker and John Lucas included.

If you’d like to read the (twenty-two page) story, which includes a prose piece that serves as a prologue, as well as a Ben Templesmith cover, Paypal at least ninety-nine cents to moore3kids@gmail.com, and I’ll send you a link to PDF, CBR and CBZ downloads. Simple as that.

Have a page:

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And have a prose excerpt, in case reading words without pictures is a thing you do:

The grad student he used to fuck. She knew. Of course she knew.

When he was drinking, it didn’t take much to get him to tell the story, and he was always half lit when he was with her. She’d push him on it, trying to convince herself that there was some sacred bruising to his soul that would make sleeping with him more palatable.  One of the last nights in her bed, she really pushed. Post-coital conversation. “Was she the love of your life?” she asked, dabbing paint on her toenails

Exhaling smoke from his Chesterfield, he hadn’t given any thought to brushing the question aside. He knew this affair was on its last legs, and letting her hear what was in his head wouldn’t be something she could use against him down the road. “She was my wife. He was my son. They trusted me to take care of them. But I was so wrapped up in posing for photographs with an axe in my hand that I let my guard down. I let them down. Doesn’t matter if she was the love of my life. I was her husband. I was his father. The only job that really mattered was to protect and provide, and I failed at both.”

Have the cover image, too:

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All of this will appear in the BAD KARMA VOLUME ONE hardcover, which will be out shortly.

Thanks.

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