Oh, hey! Didn't see you there.
I'm up to a couple things. Most visibly, I'm helping make a pair of comics over at The Committee Building (dot com). Supervillain sci-fi farcical morality jam STOP AND GO, and a property my deviantArt followers should have passing familiarity with, THE FOWL -- with more comics to come. Check it out: [link]
This new Fowl series is plotted in conjunction with Jesse Snavlin, writer and creator of Stop and Go, who both letters and writes the scripts for me to pencil and ink from. It updates on friday and monday in eight-page segments, each starting on the first friday of the month. We're halfway into the second segment right now. These things crank out fast. It's sketchy and dirty and fun. And murder on my hand, but whatever. I've got another.
These stories find us in a bayou-style Parris City, where police Detective Madeline Cross is still feeling out the balance between the narrow life of a good cop and her illicit partnership with a far younger and poorer avian vigilante, still in the first year of his peculiar line of work. This book is less interested in being a spooky superhero story than being a horror/crime book with a masked man who just happens to be in it -- and not even the star, really. It'll be a shift, but you'll get used to it soon enough. Believe me, these are the comics I wished I was doing the whole time I was drawing the initial run of the comic.
New stories, new continuity, new terrors and human monstrosities that no one could possibly deliver you from -- save, perhaps, for a masked man who might as well be nobody at all. Read on: [link]
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