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As long as I can remember, I have wanted to draw comics and today I have my first on the shelves of good (and bad) comic shops around the world, and on the digital storefronts too.

There’s a long story about how I came to comics, but the short version is that my neighbour gave an impressionable ten year old a copy of The Dark Knight Returns and that was that.

As long as I’ve been drawing pictures (twelve years professionally, more than that for fun), I’ve wanted to turn my hand to comics but the main thing standing in my way was myself. I’ve managed a few pages of self penned work here and there but they never felt ‘good’ enough for me. I wanted to be better so that my first impression was a good one.

I probably would still be waiting to be good enough were it not for the hand extended to me by Ales Kot. Ales got in touch with me a few years ago when he was making his entry into the world of comics and asked me if I would help put a pitch together, which for various reasons (see: the above lack of faith in my storytelling skills and my workload at the time) I said I would and then singularly failed to do so.

Some time passed.

Then, last autumn I read issue one of Zero; it was great and so I tweeted at Ales to congratulate him on said greatness. A few tweets and emails went back and forth and he offered me the chance to draw issue twelve. Insistent that I wouldn’t make the same mistakes that I had before (and actually deliver work this time), dates were pencilled in the diary. We met up at Thought Bubble and he asked if I wanted to move my issue up and draw number eight. I said yes (and sketched a couple of rough cover ideas which are in the post above). Then he asked me if I would like to draw issue seven, because it started in the desert and if there’s one thing I think I’m pretty good at drawing it’s the desert. 

At that point I couldn’t work on anything any sooner than issue seven because I would be starting work on it that week, and that’s what happened. Four weeks of drawing, ably guided by Ales script and advice, then off to be coloured by the wonderful Jordie Bellaire and lettered by Clayton Cowles, the cover designed by Tom Muller.

The art at the top of this post is a mix of my layouts, uncolored and lettered pages, finished art and those cover sketches for issue eight (which I can’t wait to read). 

It has been a great experience, and one that I want to have again. Which is handy because I have two more books lined up and ready to get drawing…

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imagecomics:

Big news! Steven Yeun (Glenn on The Walking Dead) will play Tony Chu and Felicia Day will play Amelia Mintz in the animated adaptation of CHEW by John Layman and Rob Guillory! Layman has written the script, and both Layman and Guillory are executive-producing.

More at The Hollywood Reporter.

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imagecomics:

Here are a selection of covers for releases in store 4/23/14. Which are you picking up?

coelasquid:

happydorid:

Just a reminder that I have a crazy webcomic about alien mermaids and robots. Coming out of hiatus very soon. You can read the full comic here http://tapastic.com/episode/15316

or check out the tumblr 

Cool stuff!

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hellomuller:

The Image Comics solicitations for July 2014 are live, which includes ZERO #10 (and concludes the 2nd arc) with Michael Gaydos handling the art:

ZERO #10story: ALES KOTart: MICHAEL GAYDOS & JORDIE BELLAIREcover: MICHAEL GAYDOS & TOM MULLERJULY 23 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $2.99Iceland.

hellomuller:

The Image Comics solicitations for July 2014 are live, which includes ZERO #10 (and concludes the 2nd arc) with Michael Gaydos handling the art:

ZERO #10
story: ALES KOT
art: MICHAEL GAYDOS & JORDIE BELLAIRE
cover: MICHAEL GAYDOS & TOM MULLER

JULY 23 / 32 PAGES / FC / M / $2.99


Iceland.

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brianwood:

me, Zezelj, Bellaire, Fletcher

brianwood:

me, Zezelj, Bellaire, Fletcher

samhumphries:

kierongillen:

fantasticgirlreadscomics:

Once upon a time Matt and Chip made a beautiful cover for the 4th printing of issue #1 of Sex Criminals. This beautiful cover captured the imagination of brimpers everywhere, including myself and my lovely coworker Heather (@girlblunders). The situation has since escalated nicely.

Welcome to Brimpception!

Astoundomaze.

Keep it going.

kateordie:

boompen:

LUMBERJANES #2 FOC’s today! Tell all your friends and comic shops all about it!

Cover A is from Noelle Stevenson (MAR140982) and COVER B is from Tessa Stone (MAR140983)!

YES

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marcellerby:

marcellerby:

greatbeastcomics:

That’s right, 20% off everything at our store when you use code TERRIBLETWOS at checkout. 
Tell ya pals http://greatbeastcomics.bigcartel.com/

YO! This includes all of my comics, prints and stuff. Great Beast help bring you the best indie comics in the UK, so fill yer boots. Honestly I love the shit out of every book under the banner.

Just a few more hours left to go on this deal.x

There’s some good bundles here - so worth using that discount code!
Having thoroughly enjoyed Chloe Noonan and Blood Blokes, would recommend. 

marcellerby:

marcellerby:

greatbeastcomics:

That’s right, 20% off everything at our store when you use code TERRIBLETWOS at checkout. 

Tell ya pals http://greatbeastcomics.bigcartel.com/

YO! This includes all of my comics, prints and stuff. Great Beast help bring you the best indie comics in the UK, so fill yer boots. Honestly I love the shit out of every book under the banner.

Just a few more hours left to go on this deal.x

There’s some good bundles here - so worth using that discount code!

Having thoroughly enjoyed Chloe Noonan and Blood Blokes, would recommend.