Sunday, January 22, 2006


The new METHo.d. collection from Aardwolf Publishing will likely raise more than a few eyebrows in the Chabad-Lubavitch community. These stories, told from an insider’s vantage point, are biting satires that bring to surface corruption and other serious issues that organizational insiders would rather have left in the shadows.

METHo.d.’s dark tales unite author Clifford Meth (god’s 15 minutes) with some of the most respected names in the comics industry. With an introduction by best-selling author Peter David (Spiderman), artists on the project include Steve Lieber (Hawkman), Al Milgrom (Thor), Jordan Raskin (Penthouse Comix), Michael Netzer (Batman), Wm. Messner-Loebs (The Flash), and Paty Cockrum (Amazing Spiderman). Industry legend Jim Steranko (Indiana Jones) designed the book and painted its cover. More than any other comics creator, the name Steranko conjures cutting-edge noir imagery to legions of followers who collect his work.

“Clifford Meth is a unique and exciting voice—funny, twisted, visionary. I am a huge fan,” says Richard Saperstein, Exec. Producer of Se7en and JohnQ who has optioned a number of the author’s stories for the big screen.

“This book is not all about Lubavitchers,” says Jim Reeber, Aardwolf’s publisher/editor. “Meth’s involvement with the cult more than a decade ago continues to inform his work, but there are other tales in this collection. Nevertheless, it’s the Chabad-related stories that will get the most attention.”

METHo.d. will be available in March. For more information, contact or visit


At 8:00 PM, Blogger Chazarmaveth said...

gave you a plug, dude.
check it out.


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