I’ve been reading Jesse Moynihan’s comics online for a long time and I’m a big fan. He recently had his comic Forming collected and published by Nobrow Press. Finally being able to hold his work and seeing it all there in front of you makes you realise how make of a task he’s taken on […]
I’ve admired the work of Clyde Peterson: be it as a musician, filmmaker, animator, or writer of brilliant comics, for many years now. Here’s one recent, awesome as always example. Perhaps it will make an admirer out of you, too.
David Mack is one of those rare comic book creators who has mastered both writing and art. Mack’s art isn’t what you will typically find in a comic book. He uses a mix of collage, pencil, ink and varied mediums to form his intricate and unique fine art style. His latest graphic novel, Kabuki the Alchemy, […]
I re-read both the Hernanadez brothers collected works about once a year and there’s not a lot between them. But somehow the subject matter and sheer storytelling verve of Locas tips the balance for me. I’m constantly in awe of how they both can chronicle the lives of huge casts of characters. The hardback collections of Locas and Palomar are absolutely essential.
If I were an unassuming, mild-mannered girl working in a hip publishing company, I might print some of these daily Crimes Against Hugh’s Manatees comics out and tape them up in my cubicle. Since I’m not, I’ll have to put them up in my special hidden place where the monkeys are.
We have three signed copies of the first issue of City of Abacus?, a comic book pop singer VV Brown recently created with David Allian and illustrator, Emma Price. To enter, Just Like any post on the LAEM homepage, then leave a comment under this giveaway with the city you live in.
Illustrator Jashar Awan now has a new website devoted solely to his butt kicking superhero comics and moody graphic novels. This is the kind of stuff that will appeal immensely to the childhood superhero fanatic in all of us.