Tweet Manhattan’s Adam Baumgold Gallery will be hosting a show called Seth – It’s a Good Life If You Don’t Weaken starting on the 9/10 and as is their tradition they have a pretty amazing gallery of all the art in the show up on their website. The show spotlights Seth’s classic graphic novel about […]
Tweet As we all go off to the holiday weekend, we could all use a little Steve Zissou. The Crank Art gallery in San Francisco is planning its fourth annual Wes Anderson tribute art show, “Bad Dads.” The show doesn’t open until Halloween, but to get you warmed up they passed along Crankbunny’s limited edition […]
Tweet You have to actually go to the site to experience it, but Matt Maxwell’s new tumblr INTRAPANEL includes giant close up macro lens photos of classic comics (as well as references to past “Future comics”) and is quite mesmerizing. The above image is only an excerpt–but it should be our new motto.
TweetBreaking into the comics industry is both the easiest thing and hardest thing imaginable to do, for new artists. There are now endless forums to get your work where people can see it – from portfolio reviews to webcomics, DeviantArt to digital competition – but now also endless numbers of rivals at the doorstep. Now […]
Tweet Takashi Matsuyama is a former assistant of Akira Toriyama (DragonBall Z, Doctor Slump). He’s best known here for the art book Motor Panic, from which this art is taken. If ever a title was perfectly descriptive, that’s the one. Via Brandon Graham This Takashi Matsuyama (who assisted Akira Toriyama) site has some awesome stuff […]
Tweet Over the weekend, this two “pulp style” variants cover for Guardians of the Galaxy by Paolo Rivera were released. (By CBR.) I love GotG. I love Paolo Rivera. I love ole timey-wimey covers. So of course I love these. Now, although most pulp magazine covers were painted, these are rendered in flat color, as […]
Tweet That big Heritage Auction of comics and original art wound up over the weekend, and a lot of money was spent. The cover to Lloyd Llewellyn #3 by Daniel Clowes sold for $47,800, despite some people never having heard of him. That’s probably a record for an indie type artist. Three Watchmen covers (that […]
TweetArtist Declan Shalvey has had an incredible year. Whilst working as regular artist for books like Venom and Thunderbolts at Marvel, he’s also created art and covers for books published at Dark Horse (Conan and The Massive), IDW (Half Past Danger and TMNT), Boom (Robocop) and Vertigo (American Vampire). In February his first-ever cover at Marvel […]
TweetOver on USA Today, Grant Morrison has done a wrap-up interview for his Batman Inc series, the last issue of which comes out today. But more interestingly still, he talks about his next project with DC Comics – the graphic novel Wonder Woman: Earth One. And even more interestingly stiller than that, DC have released […]
TweetBy Carolina Cooney Off to an early start Thursday morning, the first “official” day of Comic-Con, I headed over to the Illustrators area in Hall G, well away from where I exhibit with my husband Dan Cooney directly inside the Hall B2/C doors. Quite proud of myself for making it over before the crowds gathered, […]
TweetBy David Nieves Amidst his first special-guest-of Comic Con appearance, the opening day of SDCC held Chris Samnee’s first spotlight panel. Jovially introduced by his Daredevil partner and moderator Mark Waid, Chris talked about his influences and beginnings, and answered some questions from fans.
Tweet From 1983 until 1997, Mary Mashcal assembled an extensive collection of memorabilia and aritifacts, filling virtually every room of her Golden Hill home with historic documents, banners, posters, and books. Her collection eventually became the Women’s Museum of California, located in the former Naval Training Center in Point Loma, San Diego. This summer, another […]
TweetWhilst everybody else has been preparing for the War of San Diego this weekend, Sean Gordon Murphy has slipped in and stolen the spotlight for himself. The artist has taken time from his current series The Wake to create and publish a number of commissions over the last few days, and they’re stunning. He’s posted […]