ACTION, OHIO Interview at the Webcomics Overlook

There's a pretty great ACTION, OHIO interview up at the Webcomics Overlook in which I discuss the benefits of company webcomics VS "self publishing", the style and tone of our comic and finally answer "why Ohio"?

Have a read and swing over to check out this week's new ACTION, OHIO page as we start to wind down the second chapter.


ACTION, OHIO message board!


Just a heads up to let you know that once you're finished checking out new ACTION OHIO pages every Monday at the Shadowline webcomics hub, please swing by the all new message board to discuss the page, the Silver Age of comics or simply swing by to talk beer, comix and burgers!



Neil Kleid


New Page Goes Live TOMORROW

Don't forget, all... an all new ACTION OHIO page goes live tomorrow at http://www.shadowlinecomics.com/webcomics

I'll be back with more lucid commentary when my new baby lets me sleep.


Your Comics Books Are Still Lying to You

ACTION, OHIO continues this Fall thanks to Image Comics/Shadowline. Starting September 1st, the original eight page strip will rerun in increments at the Shadowline website, followed by all new material as we continue our tale of a little town in Ohio hiding a very big secret.

Action, Ohio - written by Neil Kleid and illustrated by Paul Salvi - asks what might happen if the Silver Age of comic books had been created to hide the existence of a town of superheroes living in the heart of Ohio. For more on the comic, check out the Newsarama interview.


Last Day! Vote for ACTION OHIO before May 30

One day to go! We're in the last hours and currently ACTION, OHIO is the David Archuleta of this "American Idol" style competition... if you haven't already could you please click to http://www.zudacomics.com/node/438 by TOMORROW, Thursday, May 29, and vote for us.

In the meantime, check out this interview conducted by Chris Arrant at Newsarama:


One more day - let's close it out with a bang!


One Week to Go!

Down to the home stretch and CELADORE and GOLDEN are tearing up the rankings - the first is dead set on keeping that top spot and the latter jumped up to sixth from ninth! Both are good comix and we need quite the push to get into first by Friday so please - if you haven't, get to the Zuda site to vote for and favorite ACTION, OHIO:

Folks are saying some real nice things about the comic and I really hope we get to continue to prove out their support. Here's one great blurb from "The Ray", a nice poster at Gail Simone's YOU'LL ALL BE SORRY message boards:

"Neil Kleid's Action, Ohio not only captures the imagination, but holds it in it's basement for months. If you're not converted to Kleidism (the religious worship of writer Neil Kleid and his works) by the end of the first eight pages, you will be excommunicated and forced live out the rest of your life in a small island in the Mediterranean."

"Kleidism." I quite like that.

Vote on. New post about the Silver Age to follow.


People are talking about ACTION, OHIO!

Hey, we're heading into the final week of the May Zuda competition and as Paul and I gear up for one last hurrah, feel free to check out some great bits around the internet about our comic, ACTION, OHIO!

Here's a nice interview I did with Matt Price of the Daily Oklahoman and a follow up at the paper's blog.

And there are a bunch of great Zuda reviews up at ComicFencing.com where they're quite supportive of our comic.

Enjoy reading those this holiday weekend and don't forget to get the vote out! We're in second and need to pull into the top spot by May 30!