Hopefully you all are aware of the work of Jason Aaron. If not, i believe him to be one of the best comic writers putting out work today. I mean that, one of the best, if not THE best. Go read Scalped, or Punisher Max. You'll see.
He also wrties a very informative colum for CBR,entitled "Where the hell am I." It's a great column full of helpful ideas, insight, and practical information for the aspiring comic creator and professional, alike.
This week, the focus is on works spaces. Luckily, i was included. Thanks for that, Jason.
Where the hell am I?
Thursday, January 27, 2011
Friday, January 21, 2011
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
Tim, at Robot 6, was extremely kind to me and let me spew off at the keyboard.
Also, this means, chapter two should be up at Marvel.com soon AND the pages for that chapter will be on sale at Cadence.
Thats all, i'm out. Working on my next project. This one will be career defining...I Hope
Monday, January 17, 2011
Friday, January 14, 2011
Thursday, January 13, 2011
Wednesday, January 12, 2011
Tuesday, January 11, 2011
My new Marvel project comes out this week. It’s a 3-chapter event that will be initially released as a Marvel.comic. The story is 22 pages in length, each chapter being around 7 or 8 pages. Marvel will release each chapter throughout January, (on a Wed.) starting this week, Jan. 12th. The Decoy is a team up book, with Deadpool and Wolverine.
I know that the story will eventually see print, I just don’t know when, yet. That info will be shared when I have it.
I am very excited about this project for a few reasons…
1) It’s a web comic (initially.) Digital publishing is increasingly looked at as the frontier for print media, and the ipad is the major vehicle for this movement. I like working on something progressive and forward thinking. Don’t get me wrong, I LOVE print, but we need to find deeper avenues for future readers.
2) I got to draw Wolverine. That’s just awesome; I don’t think I need to explain why…do it?
3) This book marks the end of my introduction to working for Marvel comics. I came into Marvel drawing Deadpool. For the past few years, I’ve worked exclusively yon Deadpool projects as I developed my style and gained fans. As I move forward, I am moving away from Deadpool, for the near future at least. Deadpool was a GREAT character to come in on. The character allowed me to work towards my strengths as an artist while further developing my style. Now, it’s time to move on. As much as I love Deadpool, I don’t want to get pigeonholed or typecast. So, I’m excited to move forward with different characters, where I can continue to develop my style and explore new artistic challenges.
The original art for this story, and ALL of my other books can be found at Cadence Comic Art.
Stop by, not just for my art, but all the great artists represented there.
My next project is a mini series, which I am VERY excited about. I’ll talk about it more when I can. Until then, stay tuned and keep and eye on my posts. The Mini series is tentatively scheduled for a Halloween release. Which is great, thematically, it’s a perfect time to release this book. Thanks for the continued support everyone out there in interland.