It’s pretty obvious that we are big fans of Dustin Nguyen’s artwork, and we’ve even featured his Lil’Batman sketches on the site before.Â DC Entertainment must also like the look as as they are allowing Dustin and writer Derek Fridolfs team for a two two-page shorts spotlighting Lil’Gotham in the Detective Comics and Batman Annuals. Take the jump for the full image and more information!
For some reason I’m in the mood for some Dr. Midnight sketches, and this one by Kelsey Shannon fills that urge.
Press Release Oni Press is in Seattle for this yearâ€™s Penny Arcade Expo West! September 4th – 6th we will be strutting our stuff at booth #3004. Come by and check out our eclectic library of video game inspired titles including the RPG meets real life graphic novel series North World!
Ralph Tedesco from Zenescope Entertainment sent word that comic artist Andrew Mangum is battling cancer.Â To help, Zenescope has set up an auction to raise money for medical costs. The auction includes some very rare Zenescope items like GRIMM FAIRY TALES #1 first printing and GRIMM FAIRY TALES #16 limited edition exclusive with cover art by Andrew himself.Â Â Many other artists are donating sketches and original artwork, etc.Â so I just wanted to make people aware of the situation. AUCTION INFORMATION: Comic Book artist Andrew Mangum has recently been diagnosed with cancer and his family is holding a benefit auction
We’ve had the pleasure of reading Jason Martin’s Super Real comic book, and during our convention sketch themed Art Appreciation Moment of the Day, we found Jason’s Lara Croft sketch he did for his convention sketchbook last year.
Press Release Owly, the kindhearted star of the award-winning graphic novel series by Andy Runton, will come to life in an animated short at the San Diego Comic-Con on July 23-26. It was jointly announced today by Chris Staros, Publisher of Top Shelf Productions and Junichi Yanagihara, Executive Producer at Sprite Animation Studios that the loveable Owly and his unlikely best friend Wormy will be animated in a brand-new original segment directed by Moto Sakakibara and storyboarded by creator Andy Runton. Prominently featured will be Runton’s innovative “Pictomation,” a storytelling device in which the characters’ thoughts and feelings are animated
It’s turning into a Legion of Super-Heroes Art Appreciation week.Â We kicked things off the other day with Dante’s look at Chameleon Boy, and we continue today with Adriana Ferguson’s look at two more members in the teen-age space drama.Â Adriana is the co-host of the Super Future Friends Podcast, and has been on our own Major Spoilers Podcast a time or two.
One of my favorite aspects of the comic book convention is walking around Artist’s Alley and getting original sketchs and art from the creators present.Â At Heroes Con, Roger Langridge whipped up this piece, and shared it with the world. Did lots of sketches! Oh yes! And by the end the requests for Doctor Who/Muppet mash-ups were coming thick and fast. Unlike many previous conventions, I didn’t get to bring a slush-pile of unwanted sketches back with me, but I reconstructed this one from memory on the plane home. So very cool.Â I wonder who ended up being the Doctor?Â
Today, we’re taking the Art Appreciation Moment and giving it a unique twist.Â Instead of featuring sketches, or finished pieces from previously published work, we’re taking a look at Sean Gordon Murphy’s work from the upcoming Joe the Barbarian series by Grant Morrison and published by Vertigo.
If you are in the big state of Michigan this weekend, and are planning on attending the Motor City Comic Con, be sure to stop by Artist Alley and meet Archie Comics artist and writer Dan Parent.Â Parent will sign books, do sketches and will be featured on a couple of panels. MOTOR CITY COMIC CON 20th Anniversary Rock Financial Showplace 46100 Grand River Ave. Novi, Michigan via Archie Comics
Press Release The second annual Comics for Cures Sketch Card auction is now taking place. Our premier event last year raised over seven thousand dollars for The American Cancer Society. People around the world bid on original pieces of comics and fantasy related artwork done at trading card size. Fans find it to be an affordable way to own a one-of-a-kind-piece of original art and a way to donate to a very worthy cause. This yearâ€™s e-bay auction runs through Saturday, April 4th. Over a thousand cards representing the donated work of hundreds of artists will be available. The contributors