B.P.M Signing

Paul Sizer is what you could possibly call a Renaissance Man. Artist, writer, D.J, entrepeneur. Now you can see him face to face. If you live in Michigan that is. Paul will be signing copies of his latest OGN (Original Graphic Novel), B.P.M. on Wednesday. I wasn’t that familiar with the artist until I checked out his great looking web-site, which is chock full of funky art and features. See what I mean here. Anyway, here’s the official skinny:

On Wednesday, December 17th Green Brain Comics (13210 Michigan Ave, Dearborn, MI) is proud to celebrate the release of the new graphic novel “B.P.M.” by creator Paul Sizer with a book signing and a live dj set courtesy of local turntable prodigy DJ Konspiracy. To make the party even more special Green Brain Comics will be hosting their monthly Comic Jam that same night. It’s a great time to hang out with local comic creators and your chance to participate on improvised comic strips.


The book signing starts at 4pm on Wednesday December 17th. The Comic Jam starts when the signing ends at 7pm. DJ Konspiracy will be playing music until around 8pm.


“B.P.M.”, the latest graphic novel from artist/writer PAUL SIZER is his love letter to the music he loves. In combining the story of a young DJ with the power of computer enhanced artwork, Paul’s goal is to merge his love of comics and his love of music into a moving, dynamic story of passion, motivation and hard choices over following one’s creative dreams.

 “…Call it a mashup, call it a remix, call it a day-glo pop love letter to a misspent youth: B.P.M. is brain candy in the best sense of the word.” -PUBLISHERS WEEKLY

Two Interviews

And one of them’s from me. I interviewed Scott Shuford, who’s a Christian entrepeneur interested in marketing, tech and comics. He’s just joined the Christian Comic Arts Society as a guiding hand and was kind enough to chat to me about his varied business and creative life. Go to Sight to check it out.

There’s also a great interview with Barry Levine, the head honcho of Radical Publishing, the maker of those great looking comics such as Caliber, Freedom Formula and the upcoming Shrapnel. He discusses his past as a music photographer and the curious mix of Hollywood and comics. It’s at the Los Angeles Times site.