This week, Author Doug Crill of the highly successful and controversial graphic novel series Cry Wolf was the featured guest on Global Talk Radio’s -- “A Story to Tell” -- where he made the announcement that his company, Dark Dance Productions, would establish itself at the “myth... - August 10, 2006
Dan Brown’s smash hit novel The Da Vinci Code is not the only book filled with secret codes and symbols. The graphic novel series Cry Wolf is a unique, fun-filled excursion into the world of myths and legends, a hidden array of pictorial symbols and religious artifacts neatly crafted into the storyline... - August 04, 2006
The main branch of the Toledo Lucas County Public Library as well as three other branches will be carrying both the first book (“Cry Wolf”) and second book (“Ghost of Sijan”) on their shelves. The announcement came late, last month. - July 12, 2006
The graphic novel, Cry Wolf, was extremely well received by the students at the University of New Mexico’s English 220 class this past semester. According to the class instructor, Cassandra Amundson, the students raved about this period novel and its in-depth look at the life of a werewolf during Chicago’s Prohibition era. - April 10, 2006
Once again the graphic novel, “Cry Wolf,” has made the news. The book will appear on the shelves of the Lakewood Library in Lakewood, Ohio as part of their selected graphic novel collection.
“We are thrilled to hear the news about our book,” said illustrator Daniel J. Frey. - February 07, 2006
The prestigious comic book website, The ComicFanatic.com, has christened Cry Wolf as one of the best original graphic novels of 2005. The novel wound up in a three-way tie for the coveted title with two other original novels: Ravenous and Dead West.
“It is indeed an honor to have been... - January 09, 2006
Cry Wolf’s author, Doug Crill, had ample time to discuss the merits of his latest book last night in a taped interview for the program – “A Story to Tell” -- Global Talk Radio’s very successful daily series. Both Crill and his novel were showcased last night for the entire... - December 16, 2005