Monthly Archives: September 2013
OK – Now that the “Into the Void” business is done, I should be back to regular updates soon. Until then, you can see the fruits of our labors at the Into the Void blog. The first five pages are up and online for your viewing pleasure at:
Just updated the “Into the Void” blog with the second page. If you want to track the progress of the comic, please follow the ITV blog, too.
For those of you who don’t know, I’m actually working on my very first comic book – “Into the Void”.
Jim Mehsling, a local artist, is doing all the visuals (pencils, inking, lettering, and about a million things I’m sure I”m forgetting). We just posted the roughs of the first page to give you an idea of the look and tone of the book. Character designs, history, and so much more is all on our other blog.
Take a look and let us know if you’ve got any comments. I’ll post back here when we’re finished posting the full “sneak preview” of the first five pages.
EPLIS – Segment One
Story by: Emily and Jeremy Drouin
Art by: Emily Drouin
Whoa… So, this comic just came across my desk… finally (amirite, Emily?).
I’ve got a weakness for indie comics. That’s why I spend so much time in Artists’ Alley at Comic Con. And, to be honest, I’m not sure how I discovered EPLIS – friend of a friend on Facebook, I think. But, boy, am I glad I came across this title. Read the rest of this entry
How’s a casual comics fan supposed to get into a Batman title nowadays? Last I heard, “Batman” is some kind of multi-national conglomeration. Maybe “Batman ‘66” can deliver that same Bat-action of the TV show without the weight of the continuity and mythology that drowns casual comic readers. Read the rest of this entry
Wow. Just, wow… When I got a note on Facebook from CJ, longtime friend of the CCG, about the premiere of a “KISS Kids” comic, I just had to check it out. The cover alone was oddly alluring. I say “oddly” because I’ve never been a big fan of the band, KISS. Read the rest of this entry
Warning, this recap contains less than 10% actual comic book-related content! Friday night was when things got a little wobbly. Time started folding in on itself. You’ll recall that Friday morning began for me at 4:00 am, getting into line for Hall H and “The World’s End” panel. (Quick aside, if you haven’t seen “The World’s End”, stop reading and go now. If you have, finish reading this and then go see it again.) Read the rest of this entry