Archive for: jeff smith
It’s crunch time. I’m finishing up the inks on RASL #14 so we can send it out next week. That means I’m stocking up on Pellegrino, turkey slices, and jalapenos (my munchies of choice!), so I can power through the next couple of days. This is the second to last issue, so a lot story threads are starting to come together – – that’s why you see so many older issues of RASL strewn around my desk for reference.
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If you wanna help celebrate the 20th Anniversary of BONE with us, and possibly be included in the Souvenir Book at Comic Con this year…
Read the rest of: Calling for submissions for 2011 Comic Con Souvenir Book »
Modern Masters vol. 25 features Jeff Smith: It’s a 120 page full color trade paperback filled with rare sketches, pencils, and interviews. It’s one of the most comprehensive surveys of Jeff’s career we’ve ever seen. There’s a preview available here. Modern Masters will be on sale in comic book shops on Wed. March 2, 2011!
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I hope fans of comics and of Shazam in particular are enjoying these posts. The oral history of Captain Marvel continues over at Newsarama, with a series of articles about the World’s Mightiest Mortal that sounds a bit like a round table – – almost as if Alex Ross, Mark Waid, Elliot Maggin, myself and others were all in one room. I’ll keep putting up links as it goes… The Fawcett Years: 1940-1954, Part One The Fawcett Years: 1940-1954, Part Two The Fawcett Years: 1940-1954, Part Three And the latest thread: The Lost Years, Part One The picture at the top is by Mike Oeming, one of my favorite artists. The articles all have new art that looks gorgeous!
Read the rest of: Shazam! Oral History of Captain Marvel continues! »