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Space Girl battling hungry aliens

WW Chicago news from Ronn Sutton & Janet Hetherington

The dates for the Wizard World Chicago 2012 comic book convention are fast approaching (August 9-12 at the Donald E. Stephens Convention Center in Rosemont, IL), and artist Ronn Sutton is ready with an original new art print of a feisty Space Girl battling hungry aliens. Ronn pencilled the art for the 11″ x 17″ print, which was inked by fellow artist Hilary Barta (who collaborated with Ronn on Elvira, Mistress of the Dark comic stories and a dynamic Fear Agent tale).

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Honey West #3 hits comic shops March 9

Ready for some super-cool retro good-girl action? On March 9, 2011, Moonstone Books releases Honey West #3, the first part of the trilogy story “Murder On Mars” by writer Elaine Lee and artist Ronn Sutton.

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Space Cabbie 2.0

I love board games. I fell in with a group of like-minded souls soon after moving to the patchouli-infested paradise that is Northampton, MA. It’s weird to be among people who are already “into” board games; I don’t have to explain it to them.

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Calling Carlos

Calling Carlos

One of the best things about writing comics is the many fantastic artists I get to work with. Case in point: Dynamite paired me with Carlos Rafael for the Dejah Thoris series debuting in March. Just saw the first batch of pages for Issue 1, and they look absolutely stunning. Carlos’s drawing of Valian, a character from the series, is exactly how I imagined him. It’s rare for an artist’s version of a character to match my mental image so perfectly.

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