I’m told this will be used for the header at the top of a letter to the editors type page . The image used will just be the Tick cannonballing but I mocked up this wallpaper for my own desktop and figured one or two of you might enjoy it also. The above image should be large enough for direct download and use as a wallpaper.
The one page Red Viper vs The Mountain comic is probably the piece I get messaged about the most. It’s listed as page 1 of 3 and folks understandably want to know when the next 2 are going to be posted. After some thought I’ve decided to start over and make it 6 pages as the scene is pretty long and there are moments I don’t want to miss. My goal is to get there by the spring of 2013 if the gods be good.
In the meantime I’ve done this teaser/promo as a sort of a fundraiser. I’ve got prints (8.5″x17″) for sale through my ETSY shop. My hope is to sell a few of these so I can tank a few freelance jobs and focus on this short and get it posted for the ASOIAF community over at reddit.
Big thanks to all the folks who dropped me a line and let me know they wanted to see more!
I’ve loved this movie since I first saw it on VHS. It possesses a certain kind of cool that is often imitated and never bested. On top of that it’s got the added benefit of doing a lot with a little. I put this six panel cinema together in honor of Reservoir Dogs landing in theaters again tonight for the first time in 20 years!
I was one of those guys. Never heard of A Song of Ice and Fire prior to watching season one of A Game of Thrones. I watched season one half a hundred times and decided that season two needed to start immediately. I bought the nice four book set and proceeded to crack open A Clash of Kings and burn all the way through to A Dance With Dragons in a few short months.
Only then did I go back and read A Game of Thrones. I missed a bunch of great little scenes. None greater than the Tower of Joy. It’s a beautiful little scene that I think is Just about a page and a half and yet it is probably one of the most talked about scenes in the series. I loved it from my first read through and just couldn’t help but turn it into a short little comic like I’m wont to do.
I’ve done a little math and if I started at the beginning of the series and took four pages to adapt every page and a half of text it would takes me 22 years to work up to The Winds of Winter.
Very excited about FUBAR’s first single issue. We’ve published a few graphic novels which I love but I’ve always wanted to have at least one standard comic issue of FUBAR. To follow up on the success of our Free Comic Book Day Campaign, FUBAR Central Command dreamed up Summer Special!
We conceived of this as a one shot that would feature 3 brand new FUBAR WW II stories and would also contain a short from out upcoming third volume, FUBAR: AMERICAN HISTORY Z. What makes this book even ,ore exciting for me is that we got industry vets CHUCK DIXON and TIM TRUMAN to both pen shorts for this. Fellow FUBAR Central Commanders Steve Becker and Jeff McClelland both worked on Summer Special.
Steve and I handled art for Chuck Dixon’s short entitled: BOOTS. A kick ass little tale of the D-Day invasion. The script was a pleasure to illustrate. This book will be available in Comic shops on August 31st, so keep your eyes peeled.