The Scoop website promotes Fables for Japan
Well-Defined Productions, J.C. Vaughn talks about Fables for Japan
Jean-Jacques Dzialowski posts the first 6 pages of his artwork for the story, "Makoto the Kami," written by Matt Funk, on his website.
San Gabriel Writers' League promotes Fables for Japan
Here be Dragons, Kristen Hall talks about her involvement with Fables for Japan
Claudio Cerri displays his work for "Sha-kee, The Golden Cat," written by Patricia Morse-McNeely.
Jeff Baker talks about his work in Book 3 and his coming Novel.
On the Subject of Being Awesome, Matt Funk post one of his stories appearing in Book 3, "The Farmer"
Writing to Inspire, Mary Hall promotes Fables for Japan.
Apophenia Inc. Gareth Sleightholme talks about Book 2 and shows some of the in-progress work of his illustration for "The Waking, Spirits of the Noh," written by Christopher Golden under the pseudonym Thomas Randall.
The Bildungsroman website promotes Fables for Japan.
Living it up in Bankrupt California, Carolyn Watson Dubisch talks about the story she and her husband, Mike Dubisch, contributed to Book 2.
The website, Ansipedi, comic news, promotes Fables for Japan.
Layers of Thought lists Fables for Japan among their books to read in 2012.
Layers of Thought talks about Fables for Japan.
Jason Minor discusses Fables for Japan with Bill Baker on the Morton Report.
Comics: Jason Minor on the Fables for Japan Benefit Books
With all of the human tragedy, economic problems and political turmoil—not to mention failed celebrity marriages—dominating our attention these days, it’s been far too easy to forget that the Japanese people are still in the early stages of recovering from the terrible earthquake and subsequent tsunami that occurred earlier this year.Still, when faced with that scale of destruction and those incomprehensible numbers of dead, an individual can end up feeling powerless to aid in any meaningful or significant manner. [more]...
ArlusArt, Amy Mihara talks about her work on "Origins of the Flying Fish." written by Matt Funk.
Isnukwin, Kring Demetrio, shows off some of her artwork for "The Stairway," written by Charles Whipple, on her DeviantArt page.
Japan, It's a Wonderful Life promotes Fables for Japan.
On the Subject of Being Awesome, Matt Funk talks about Fables for Japan.
Extra SequentialThe kind folks at Extra Sequential Comics Podcast gave a nice shout out for the release of Fables for Japan, Book I. Give them a listen.
ExSeq Ep.57-Aquatic Characters64 mins. Our maritime message is that you listen to this aquatic adventure for your audio canals, as a tidal wave of seafaring superheroes and stories washes over you. Also, six-packs, Eddie Murphy and arm wrestling and our attempt to mock Aquaman’s harpoon hand, and lustrous hair. He’s the King of the Seven Seas! He demands respect people!
“Fables for Japan”, a digital comics anthology to be released September 10th with all proceeds going to the victims of the March 11th Japan earthquakes
Keith Grachow shows some of his character designs for "Rabbit in the Moon," written by Mitch Cook.
CBR, Fables for Japan on the Comic Book Resource.
Funrama, Ryan Kelly shows one of his illustrations for "The Roof Decker's Tale," written by Stuart Moore.
Aprophenia Inc. Gareth Sleightholme show off some of his work from "To My Masterpiece," written by Matt Funk.
Lordmagnusen, Magnus shows a page he lettered from "Bunbuku Chagama," written by Tom Peyer and illustrated by Federico Dallocchio, on his DeviantArt page.
Christopher Found Nemo, Christopher Clements shows some of his in-progress work from his story, "The Samurai."
Jeff Baker posts an excerpt from his story, "Hiroko's Tale" on his blog. You can also buy his story in electronic form on Amazon and Reddit.
Christopher Found Nemo, Christopher Clements post some of his preliminary character sketches for his story "The Samurai."
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