Monday, April 23, 2012
Just a quick, and hopefully not TOO revealing, look at the pencils for a cover I'm working on. It's for a secret project we haven't announced yet, so I don't want to give too much away, but keep an eye out for a lot more news about this and other projects in the coming months.
UPDATE: And here's a look at the inks and the rest of the piece.
UPDATE 2: And now a look at the color treatment, with the name of the project craftily disguised.
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
Now up on Comicosity, a sneak peek at the final issue of the latest series of DOCTOR WHO comics from IDW, wrapping up my current run on the book, as well as Joshua Hale Fialkov's wonderful 'As Time Goes By' story arc. For the preview, click here.
Monday, April 9, 2012
Now up for pre-order from Kitsune Press -- The Mythological Dimensions of Neil Gaiman, for which I was very kindly asked to contribute a forward. To find out more, including links to where you can pre-order it, click here.
Tuesday, April 3, 2012
If you remember a while back, I was talking about what I like to think of as my third act, a transition to more writing and more personal projects. I'd floated a few projects I had to choose from to work on in the next few years, which I have come to call my Act Three projects. And while I've been busy working on Doctor Who and NIGHT FOLK, I've been putting together possible ways to get those Act Three projects out there, and I'm happy to say, I've found a way. And it's such a good way that I'm not going to just pick one of the projects, I'm going to do ALL of them.
The details of who is putting them out and how they're getting to the great big comic book marketplace are still secret (for now, at least), but I can say that I'll be starting work on the first of them - "Johnny Chaos" - this week. It'll be a while before it's completed, but I'll be posting art and designs as I go along, both here and on my Facebook fan page.
So, keep an eye out for updates, and in the meantime, thanks for following the work I've been doing up to this point, and I hope you enjoy the work I'll be doing in the future!