Feature-length interview with Jack Dougherty and Jeramy Kahle of Canned Air Podcast. The hosts speak with Jerome Walford about his award-winning, indie series, "Nowhere Man", published by Forward Comix. Learn more at www.forwardcomix.com. Check out Canned Air at www.cannedairpodcast.com
It is with great excitement that we announce that Jack Maguire, the lead character of our feature series Nowhere Man, was awarded Best Male Character at the 2014 Glyph Comic Awards. The Nowhere Man series, “You Don’t Know Jack,” was also nominated for Best Artist and Best Cover.
Nowhere Man Review (excerpt)Bleeding Cool, October 2014Shawn PerrySigh. I suppose that is what being spoiled by thought-provoking and carefully-orchestrated work for years at a time will do for you…and judging by my experience reading the first issue of Nowhere Man this series is only going to spoil me more as it takes the concept of superhero-realism forward as only a self-published comic can;
Nowhere Man Review (excerpt)Comic Book Resources, February 2014Brian CroninWalford's artwork is very accomplished. He has a great sense of design, as he lays the pages out in a very dynamic fashion. He often makes expert use out of negative space. It's a really visually striking comic book series. I'm really surprised that one of the Big Two comic book companies hasn't given Walford a shot – his style like it would lend itself very well to a New 52 series.
Whatcha Reading, August 18, 2014Juan Pineda Six months after the events of Vol 1, we find Jack in a coma and Rose Yancey harboring her own secrets as Zade takes control! From the beautifully illustrated opening prologue that takes place in Brooklyn’s historic Green-Wood cemetery, resting place of many Civil War Veterans, to the climactic face-off in the hospital, Jerome’s cinematic storytelling style picks up pace quickly. More clues are given as to the origins of Zade but dang it if Jerome doesn’t add yet another wrinkle to the story. The attention to details such as locations, newspaper ads and...