You Are Here

You Are Here
By Kyle Baker (writer/artist)
Published by DC Comics/Vertigo
Originally released November 1998

Cover price: $19.95
Format: Soft cover, color, standard-size
ISBN 1563894424

Synopsis from publisher:

Noel Coleman’s got it made. He has a successful career, a house in the country, and a wonderful girlfriend. He’s also been lying like crazy about his secret past. Until now. Within a day of returning to New York City to sell his apartment, Noel’s being chased by the cops and stalked by a serial Killer. To top it off, his unsupecting fiancee’s followed him to the city with a big suprise. Will he finally tell her the truth? And will eiher of them survive the experience? This critically-praised, visually dazzling graphic novel earned Writer/Artist Kyle Baker a Eisner Award for Best Writer/Artist – Humor.


This publication is the original graphic novel You Are Here. All material in this publication was written and illustrated by Kyle Baker.

Reprints: N/A

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About Corey Blake

Corey Blake does things on the Internet, and sometimes even in real life. As a comic book pundit, advocate and educator, he regularly contributes to the Comic Book Resources blog Robot 6 and runs the web-magazine The Comics Observer, which provides a variety of perspectives on the comic book art form and industry. He also advises for the award-winning documentary and comics advocacy movement Dig Comics, and is a recurring member of the podcast Part-Time Fanboy. As a comedic performer/actor, Corey has been seen in online web-series such as The Jeff Lewis 5-Minute Comedy Hour (Best Web Comedy-Episodic,, The Starmind Record (Best Direction and Editing, LA Web Series), and Poopdog Entertainment’s Mayer for Mayor (Funny or Die featured video). He is a founding member of the improv comedy group The You Convention, a house team at The Improv Space. See for more.

Posted on January 7, 2009, in DC Comics/Vertigo, Graphic Novel Database, You Are Here and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. I would like to help my boy friend write his comic book. He asks me for help and bounces ideas off me all the time. I try to help and give him all the support I can but I feel like i could/ should be doing more. What can I do to help him? Either with ideas or how to come up with them or I dunno! How do you help a writer?!?!

  2. generateddreams

    If he’s asking for help then do just that. I know when I bounce around idea’s off other people it’s great for them to take it in a direction I just wouldn’t of thought about.

    So be forthcoming with any idea’s no matter how silly they sound.

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