Well, these aren't necessarily going to all be Thieves and Kings
pages, just because there's so damn few of them out there! Anywhere,
here's what I've found in my seekings and peekings...
- HEY, LOOK AT
THIS! Thieves and Kings has its own official page!! Neat!
GO LOOK AT IT!!
Keegan has written up a great page with character
descriptions, issue synopses and more! She's also the moderator
of the Indy
Board at Jonah
Wieland's Comic Book Resources.
- The excellent web zine Sequential Tart has an
with Mark Oakley that is worth your time. Actually, the whole
site is worth reading, but start with the interview. ;-)
Johnson is the sculptor who made that really neat Rubel
statue shown on the back cover of issue #19. Go see his scan of
the print of M'Oak's scan of pictures taken of the statue.
has started work on his T&K page again, and says he's working
on it every weekday! Go check it out and see what he's done.
- A short comment on
Thieves and Kings, but hey, I really want to add some more
links in here.
collection of the first 20 Thieves & Kings covers.
Nothing else, though... :-(
- Herself the Elf, over at Medea Press
seems to mention my site every time Thieves & Kings gets
mentioned somewhere on the Internet. For being of such fine
taste and cultured gentility, they're they're the first
non-T&K site that gets linked to. They've even got some
T&K artwork up. Go to the main site, and then choose the
Images link from the left-hand bar. About three-quarters
of the way down the page, click on the image of the swords. It
sort of unfolds to reveal the painting. It's neat!
- Looking for somewhere to buy comics that isn't your local store, the
publisher, or that just sells "Quality Earth Comics"?
Try Mars Import. They
even have a page dedicated to T&K, from
which you can order any of the trade collections or any of
the individual back issues! Huz-zah!
- Science Fiction and Fantasy
World has both an interview
and a review
of the first TPB volume.
Well, that's it for now. I hope as more and more people hear about the
series, I'll have more to link to. Last modified January 3, 2000.