”With the art on Doomboy, I was trying to be the most minimal as possible with the drawings. I felt that with this approach I could concentrate more on crafting the tone and mechanics of the story.” — Tony Sandoval
“I do not know where she comes from, but what interested me was to try to understand how a person could live without knowing pain.” — JD Morvan in reference to Naja
Most would argue that every good hero is defined by his rouges gallery; but some would posit that it is the supporting cast…the everyman who populates the world that our myths inhabit that truly defines the heights to which our imagination will soar. After all, these figures are the ones that allow us an access […]
As a student working on her dissertation and finding little information regarding the contributions of African Americans in the field of comics and comics strips, Dr. Sheena Howard found the spark of inspiration for what would eventually serve as the basis for the book Black Comics: Politics of Race and Representation (Bloomsbury Publishing). A poignant […]
As an artist, I have folks approaching me every day with a “great idea for a graphic novel” but have no money to pay. Here’s a tip, offering ownership is not going to help an artist pay their bills.
— Shawn Martinbrough
A writer of true talent often finds themself in the enviable position of having their abilities being used in a number of mediums. One such writer who fits this bill is William Harms. A professional writer since the mid 90’s, Mr. Harms CV boast writing credits for such high-profile organizations as Sony Entertainment, 2K, Ubisoft, […]