Monthly Archives: November 2012
Here’s a beautiful color rendition of the 2012 SDCC Strangers In Paradise print, with color by Manuel Clavel. He did this out of the goodness of his own heart. Enjoy.
I have two new books out now. Both are available in print or digital versions at your favorite comic shop or comiXology. Or order direct from me at my store page. They are on other bookseller sites as well, so there’ll be no trouble getting one or both in your hands before the holidays.
The new Rachel [...]
After a year off, I’ll be back out on the convention circuit next year. With five dates in the U.S. and one in Italy, here’s my 2013 convention schedule so far:
Emerald City Comicon, Seattle, WA March 1-3
WonderCon, Anaheim, CA March 29-31
Phoenix Comicon, Phoenix, AZ May 23-26
Comic-Con International, San Diego, CA July 17-21
Baltimore ComicCon, Baltimore, [...]
I say “my colorist” not in a possessive way, but to clarify this is Brian Miller we’re talking about. The Brian Miller who colored almost every cover of Strangers In Paradise and Echo and who knows how many pinups and story pages for my mainstream jobs. So, yeah, you know his beautiful work.
Now Brian and [...]
Rachel Rising #13. I would guess this will be on shelves Dec. 12. I don’t control that, but that’s my uneducated, uncontrollable, wild guess.
This site gets a thousand spam messages a week, and sometimes I think a message or two has been caught up in the aggressive Worpress filters. To make sure your message gets to me, or is found and saved from the filters, address me personally and say something nonrobotic in the opening sentence. You know [...]
Here’s a sort of first look at my Mars Attacks SiP variant cover. IDW posted this on FB tonight so I’m free to share at last. Coming Jan ’13 as one of the variant covers to Mars Attacks Transformers, I do believe, according to this posting.
Katchoo does not like Martian brats. But she does looks [...]
I’ve read a ton of How To Draw books. I’ve even written one. They tell you how to do things like sharpen a pencil, draw a foot. None of them ever mentioned that, if you were ever lucky enough to draw for a living, you would spend your life sitting on your butt. And I [...]