Cover art for Popgun 3
Just saw this, looks sweet! nice one by Tara McPherson.
Here's the blurb:
POPGUN VOLUME 3 by ERIK LARSEN, DAN BRERETON, PAUL GRIST, SHELDON VELLA, ED KWONG, JUAN DOE, TONCI ZONJIC, SALGOOD SAM, MIKE DAWSON, ANTHONY WU, CHRIS MORENO, MAXIMO LORENZO, DEREK MCULLOCH, CONNOR WILLUMSEN, and more!
edited by MARK ANDREW SMITH & D.J. KIRKBRIDE
cover by TARA McPHERSON
The Harvey Award-winning graphic mixtape returns for a third round with a new generation of cartoonists teaming up with some of the industry's most celebrated names to produce nearly five hundred pages of all-new, full color comics! Always exciting, unpredictable, and bursting at the seams with unhindered creativity, POPGUN keeps getting better and better!
MARCH 25th * 448 PAGES * FC * $29.99
You can preorder it on Amazon, [the listing shows the wrong cover] And you can also order it from your local comics retailer (Diamond order code JAN092368)
Here's a peek at my stuff in the book.
Labels: anthology, Comics, popgun
posted by max at 1/26/2009 09:21:00 p.m.
Illustration Portfolio 2009
posted by max at 1/25/2009 12:13:00 a.m.
Lionel's first and Last bit of press.
Received these in the mail Friday, amazing stuff.
Bellow is a two page center spread from the Toronto Star
, a hagiography run a few months after my father died in 79 - it came out just after my 9th birthday as i recall. Bellow that is a clip from a community paper from the neighborhood in Don Mills
he lived in as a kid.
Been talking to a lit rep about the bio project, suggested approaching it as a memoir and seems pretty into it. More on Lionel here....
Labels: Lionel, revolver, the Italian machine
posted by max at 1/24/2009 09:27:00 p.m.
New art: Dream Life and Widows
posted by max at 1/15/2009 04:48:00 a.m.
I'm being torrented!
We've been shanghaied by the bay! Rather flattering really.
So, yeah, you can find the entire Sea of Red series including my first 4 issues amongst the comic torrents now.
Hey, obviously i'd prefer it if people paid to read my books, but on the other hand i've long felt one of the best ways to get people to try stuff is through freebies. In any case, if you want to check it out before buying, for sure I'm all for it. I tend to think/hope those that will want a hard copy will.
If you feel inclined to help support at least one of the artists involved in creating Sea of Red, here's my hat tipped, shoot me whatever you feel inclined to via pay pal. I'd be much obliged guv'.
Labels: Comics, donate, free comics, retail, Sea of Red, torrents
posted by max at 1/10/2009 09:37:00 p.m.