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CRY WOLF Draws Attention at NY Comic Con

CRY WOLF Draws Attention at NY Comic Con

Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) March 8, 2006

The graphic novel, CRY WOLF, was well received at the recent New York City Comic Con by both the public as well as a host of representatives from various prestigious literary publications.

“We were inundated by reviewers who wanted to know more about CRY WOLF,” said the book’s illustrator Daniel J. Frey. He is referring to members of the press and representatives for such popular publications as “Publishers Weekly” and “Entertainment Weekly.”

Much of the curiosity about the graphic novel is centered on its acceptance as a teaching tool for a writing course about lycanthropy through the ages that is being taught at the University of New Mexico. Another important reason for the interest is the fact that CRY WOLF is now part of the graphic novel collection offered by the Lakewood Library in Lakewood, Ohio.

CRY WOLF is a graphic novel in four installments published by Open Book Press of Canada. The young publisher has already garnered national attention by being selected as the exclusive supplier of graphic novels at this year’s American Music Awards, not to mention the Oscars.

Currently, book one of CRY WOLF is available through Borders and Walden bookstores as well as several online sources such as –,, and others. Book two in the series entitled, “Ghost of Sijan,” will be shipped in June of 2006.

For more information, please contact Open Book Press or visit their website. You may also contact Matthew Frey -- or Christian Bonneray --


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