...and this is what he can do with it.
Thursday, September 30, 2010
Tuesday, September 28, 2010
Monday, September 27, 2010
Sunday, September 26, 2010
So, the 2000AD forum folk got together and made Carlos Ezquerra a get-well-soon card of a lifetime, and my favourite of the contributions reminded me of that golden period in my childhood when nearly every new protagonist Carlos designed was clearly based on James Coburn.
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Must be THOR month at Marvel. Good. Corporate synergy is go!
Since getting that first DRINK & DRAW SOCIAL CLUB book, I've really dug the work of Dan "Urban Barbarian" Panosian. So, him doing Kirby characters = right up my alley.
Another Tommy Lee Edwards Thor cover. Sort-of a Frazetta tribute. Funny lookin' face on 'im, though.
I'll be buying this: the instant classic Langridge/Samnee THOR: THE MIGHTY AVENGER gets its first collection.
I keep saying it. Even if Kyle Baker was producing the best work of his lifetime, even if this comic was full of SS she-wolves getting up to all sorts of high-larious sexy shenanigans, I'll still never buy another fucking Deadpool comic. Unless it had a back-up by Brendan McCarthy.
She's got a CBR on me.
Eduardo Risso drawing JONAH HEX? I'd buy that with my own money. Jock's bat-gas-mask is designed to perfection. Bolland drawing livestock is always great. Apparently, Biz does some interior art as well as covering this issue of HELLBLAZER - good.
All imagery hotlinked to perfection from CBR.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Love this EASY RIDER-themed poster Scott Campbell did for some sort of Criterion/All Tomorrow's Parties mix-up.
Friday, September 17, 2010
Thursday, September 16, 2010
Last time I wrote about Carl Flint, it was a passing reference in a blog entry about Tony "Riot" Wright. This time, it's to show you the trailer for the new book Carl's illustrated.
And to show you that everything is circular, Tony Wright has been updating his blog this week, for the first time in over a year. Check it out.
Monday, September 13, 2010
Second in the series that began with Tim Bradstreet covering Dredd, now we get JR Jr giving it his spin. What do we think? Better than Frank Miller's anyway?
Obviously via CBR.
And cheers to PJ Holden for providing this for comparison - Frank Miller's:
Wednesday, September 08, 2010
The Influence Map meme is proving to be absolute catnip to artists, and there is something about the format that is utterly infectious. If I had any picture editing software on my computer, I'd maybe even give it a go myself (though mine would be comprised entirely of booze labels, crisp packets, guitarists and dead novelists with gigantic beards). Here's some hotlinks to a few of my favourites that have been doing the rounds on Twitter and Deviant Art. Listed entirely in random order based only on the tabs in my browser running right to left as I composed this. So no sulking. I'm looking at you, Wynne.