Paul's story introduces the popular Fugitoid character into IDW's turtles continuity and features a cool mix of action-packed fun and compelling drama!
Paul is a Comics Experience alum, Creators Workshop member, and on staff at Comics Experience as the CE Book Club Manager. He recently wrote a Guest Blog on the book and Comics Experience which you can read right here.
There's already been a lot of coverage of Paul's IDW debut book -- check out the following sampling of the coverage for more!
Comic Book Resources (CBR) interviews Paul and shows preview pages from the book!
iFanboy's Don't Miss podcast features an interview with Paul!
Listen to the Podcast
The book features artwork by Paul McCaffrey, colors by John Paul Bove, and covers by McCaffrey and David Petersen (Mouse Guard).
Each issue of the Micro-Series spotlights another character in the TMNT universe. Other Micro-Series issues are written by Brian Lynch, Erik Burnham, Mike Costa and Barbara Kesel.
Bobby Curnow, a fellow CE alum and a professional member of the Creators Workshop.
Paul Allor is also the author of the Clockwork anthology, which contained 12 original stories on cross-genre characters such as space-faring gorilla pirates, heart-broken robots, a beautiful gunfighter, and even a man on death row.
Clockwork contained artwork by Comics Experience art alums and workshop members Ken Frederick and Carl Peterson, alongside well-known artists including JM Ken Niimura (I Kill Giants), Brett Weldele (Surrogates) and Nikki Cook (Memoir).
Paul has previous experience as a journalist, and one of his articles inspired the death row story in Clockwork entitled X-Row, illustrated by Aaron Houston.
Paul also works as a comics editor on upcoming or released projects such as Girls' Night Out, Gutter Magic, Deluge, and Rex, Zombie Killer
Congratulations to Paul on the release of his book!
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