Wednesday, November 21, 2012


DON'T MISS OUT! At the New Orleans Comic Con, I will be on a panel at 2:00. I can't wait to show those of you who are their, Continuity Studios early work on the NEAL ADAMS  "BlOOD" motion comic. If you're into action and comic art and you have been following my "Blood" series in Dark Horse Presents this is a can't miss experience.  I will also be there to discuss my past work and my current works on "Batman Odyssey" for DC and First Xmen Wolverine for Marvel. My sons, Jason and Josh will be joining me on this panel and will be showing video of there works. Jason Spyda Adams sculpting works. He will be discussing his latest piece "Tournament Battle," two beautiful chicks fighting on dinosaurs and Josh Adams who works on Dr Who as well as illustrated the current Mick Foley" A Most Mizerable Christmas" book.  And after that, a Q & A with all of us. If you miss it, you will be missing a great exciting panel.
 AT OUR BOOTH ON SUNDAY ONLY! Jason and I have arranged a special, one time only deal for Sunday, at our Booth #707. We will be selling Batman Odyssey (the hardcover, which, I blushingly say, has made the New York Times’ Bestseller List for graphic novels) with a silver penned Batman drawing on the inside front cover. It normally sells on our site,for $230. On Sunday at the Wizard con, you can get it at our table for $150. I’ll have some pre-done, and for those who like to watch me draw.I can draw Batman in the book in front of you. This is a great gift for the Neal Adams Batman fan and its at a great price for that special someone in your life.
Happy Thanksgiving. Happy Holidays. And I hope everyone is looking forward to a great Christmas.
 See you in New Orleans. 

Sunday, November 18, 2012

New Orleans Comic Con in two weeks.

Pre-order your commissions now, at (, to guarantee that I'll have them ready for the convention. I still have 2 drawings left over to do from Boston Supermegafest, because people wrote-in too late.

This week is a perfect time. I'm handing in the fifth book on the First X-Men this week, so I have a little time for fan sketches. Keep your eye out here on the site, for a display of some of the fancier sketches I have done.

Monday, November 12, 2012

The answer to one of the most often asked questions about Batman Odyssey

Yep… the clue was the band-aid, among others… like, well… who comfortably knows Bruce… AND knows his identity?

Who would be writing, what seems to be, Bruce’s life story from his first case onward?

Kinda narrows down the field.

The field is further narrowed down when we realize who, in the DC Universe, is a reporter and a writer, knows Batman’s identity… and is a man. (Well, alien… man.)

To Clark Kent, this… Batman’s life story, would cap a brilliant career, if he could one day publish it, and Bruce would allow it.

Which bring us to the band-aid. In my mind, Clark Kent goes to work periodically with a band-aid on his face, neck or hand… (“Cut myself shaving this morning.” “Oh, it’s just a little paper cut.”)

If you have a question, write

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Boy, am I feeling great....

Boy am I feeling great. Mr Obama is going to stay in the white house where he belongs. getting advise from Mr and Mrs Clinton and continuing to get us out of this recession. Hopefully, rich people will pay their share, although I admit, I doubt it.. They never have before, but at least, there is a shot. 

Batman: Odyssey the collection was in the New York Times best seller list for graphic novels. Long Beach Comic Con was a modest convention on its way to becoming a bigger success. Stan Lee is coming next year, I will be there, and hey, maybe DC and Marvel will show up. 

Oh.. When the Batman: Odyssey reviewers show up, there are two kinds. The kind that didn't get to the 13th chapter yet, and are enjoying the read, and the kind that got to the 13th chapter, and those are grinning like clowns, hopping up and down, and acting out some of the final scenes. And when I say "I told you it was going to be an odyssey", their heads go up and down like bobble heads, then they start describing it to others who are standing around. 

All in all, If it wasn't for that damn "Sandy", it would have been a perfect week. 

Very best regards,
Neal Adams

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Pete Stone here - Neal Adams' Batman: Odyssey makes it to the New York Times! The epic that Neal wrote and drew is finally getting the attention it deserves. Odyssey is a bold new direction for the character that Neal is most associated with - new ideas, new worlds, new characters. Odyssey was never designed to be a single issue or even a group of was designed to be read as a whole. A Batman novel. Complete with subplots and subtle character motivations, plot twists and turns, and a conclusion that fully justifies the time spent reading the first twelve issues. The art, by the way, is also spectacular. The inkers are some of the best in the business - Scott Williams, Bill Sienkiewicz, Paul Neary, Kevin Nowlan, and Neal himself. This thirteen issue story is not just a return to the past; it is a bold re-imagining of the entire Batman mythos.

Click here to see the list!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Back to work

 Continuity New York is back up and running. Everyone is in and all electricity has been restored.
Please give us a call if you need any storyboards, animatics, comps, CGI, comic book work, we are already to go. Our phone is up and running again 212-869-4170 and my email is up
We do hope that every one of our clients, fans, friends, people who have worked at Continuity, have weathered Sandy well.  I'm sure I will be talking to everyone very soon. Give us a call just to say hello.

Keep warm

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Frankenstorm has hit Continuity NY

Yes, it's Kris and I have taken over my dad's blog... Ha ha ha ha ha!
Continuity is open and if you need to speak with Neal or Marilyn please call 818-980-8852.
If you would like to speak with Kris please call 718-685-9987. I have electricity and can take orders and make estimates. The studio is fully operational in LA. If you need to order any comic artwork or books please email Jason at We can fill all orders out of our LA office immediately.
We have a full running studio in LA which is where Neal and Marilyn are right now. Our New York office is on the power grid that is not working right now but the studio held up just fine. We are hoping
that the grid will be fixed tomorrow and we will be back at Continuity New York as soon as the lights are back on.
Please call Neal if you are in need of storyboards or comps or editorial. He is working as always. Again, the number to reach Neal at is 818-980-8852.
Hope everyone is well and we hope to see everyone soon.

Kris:) and the Continuity crew:)