First look at Skottie Young’s Rocket Raccoon interiors

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TweetAs announced yesterday, Skottie Young, Eisner winning artist, will be writing and drawing a ROCKET RACCOON ongoing series in July. And here’s some interior pages. Also of note: David Peterson (Mouse Guard) will be supplying a variant cover. Sold and sold. As defenders of the cosmos go, Rocket Raccoon has faced his fair share of […]

Okay, you got me: Marvel Animal Variants by David Petersen, David Lopez and Chris Samnee

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Marvel NOW! is now Marvel MEOW, as they are unleashing ANIMAL Variant covers including AVENGERS #24.NOW by David Petersen, SAVAGE WOLVERINE #14.NOW by Chris Samnee and X-MEN #10.NOW by David Lopez. According to the PR EVERY All-New Marvel NOW! launch, either a #1 or a .NOW issue, will feature a Marvel Animal variant.

Art Wall: Cubist Thing, them Mighty Morphin’ kids and Batman- lots of Batman

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TweetHello and welcome! We are starting a weekly art thingy and have -rather thoughtfully- set it for Friday, that interminable day where the weekend is within touching distance and yet you still have to be at work. Hence, pretty and cool stuff that will help tide you over- forget words, just feast your eyes. This […]

First Look: Mignola and Stewart draw Mouse Guard for The Black Axe #6

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The final issue of Mouse Guard: The Black Axe #6 goes on sale next week, and it wraps up not only the origin of the legendary Black Axe but a series of pin-ups that run in each issue. #6 features a pin-up by the team of Mike Mignola and Dave Stewart. David Petersen’s fantasy epic starring mice has always been equal parts cute and majestic and Mignola/Stewart have nailed the vibe.

Must Read: David Petersen on settting up at a show

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Mouse Guard artist David Petersen has a very thorough post on a topic that we haven’t seen explored too much, despite its ubiquity: how to exhibit at comics shows if you are a creator. The whole post is full of very solid advice, from where to get an affordable retractable banner to how to get going. Just some common sense real world advice. Two excerpts on vital matters: