I’m glad this guy is hear to boost my confidence… But where’s the big money he promises? #howtodraw #comics
Ambrogio Alciati Signora con cappello, 1916
Today is also, by blind coincidence, three years since a lady I’d asked out after knowing her for two sentences turned out to be a bilingual pulp scholar of tremendous heart — who wrote comics.
Hey! Sometimes it’s like that.
SAN HANNIBAL #1 went up for purchase today in comic shops across the nation and, I THINK, possibly, in some parts of Canada.
Thank you to everybody who pre-ordered, and everybody who’s been supporting this project in so many ways over it’s long gestation period. You know who you are. And you’re all stars in the smoggy night.
We all hope you’ll return to San Hannibal for issue two in June (you and a couple dozen of your closest friends)! Enjoy.
Mister X #3
My two (two!) pieces for the "Magical Girl Heroines: Sailor Moon and Sailor Senshi"gallery show, happening THIS SATURDAY (that’s tomorrow!) at Q-Pop in lovely downtown Los Angeles! The art i’ve already seen for this show looks AMAZING and i’m super pumped to be part of it along with many talented pals and talented potential-future-pals.
Original back cover illustration by Frank Miller from The Absolute Batman: The Dark Knight Returns slipcase, published by DC Comics, 2006.
Crazy — I actually looked at my tumblr page for the first time in a bit, only to see that a half dozen odds and ends I had queued from my mobile device never actually posted.
Which I offer as the only possible reason this wasn’t already on this blog.
It’s Fowl Friday! So begins our 16-page story entitled “Pardon Me Sir, I Meant Not to Do It.”
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San Hannibal comes out next wednesday (April 16th)! Don’t be afraid to ask your comic shop to order you up a copy — seriously, don’t, it’s just paper and staples — and keep up the good word of mouth! Initial sales weren’t wretched for a pair of unknowns rolling into it, but we’d love to keep the momentum with issue two (coming out in June).
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