Submitted by Shepherd on March 22, 2008 - 13:10
I’ve been toying around with some new designs, and came up with something a little different from my usual art.
Take a look, and let me know what you think!
And don’t forget to check out the other stores:
MAN-MAN, MINE, MYTH, SILLY, or OCEAN, & HERO-SIGNS!!
Submitted by Shepherd on March 14, 2008 - 13:00
I like these Cheese Beasts much more than the earlier versions.
Gibble gibble gibble.
Submitted by Shepherd on March 11, 2008 - 05:18
For those of you that aren’t old-school comic geeks, these last two strips have been a riff on the old Green Lantern/Green Arrow book, when the Lantern is accosted by a hobo that accuses him of not doing much for the little guy. With Green Arrow in tow, the… uh… Emerald Duo (any “green” words [...]
Submitted by Shepherd on March 9, 2008 - 18:39
Well, this record-breaking Bad Winter has killed my chimney. I was up there on a ladder yesterday, trying to get a look at the damage, but ice sliding off the roof clipped my right leg really badly — a bruise running from the back of my right ankle to the back of my right knee [...]
Submitted by Shepherd on March 4, 2008 - 13:48
Brilliant! The opening credits to Star Wars in the distinctive YouTube - Saul Bass style.
Saul Bass, in case you didn’t know, was responsible for tons of those jazzed-up film openings (and lots of other ones, besides) from the ’50s and onwards.
His influence can still be felt today, in things like the (brilliant) opening credits [...]
Submitted by Shepherd on February 27, 2008 - 11:39
Dead Eyes Open, a series I wrote for SLG and that a Hollywood screenwriter would pitch as “the West Wing meets Dawn of the Dead”, came out in trade paperback this week. That’s the SLG store link, but I also encourage you to patronize your friendly local comics shop.
I’ve put both Chapter One (4.7 MB) [...]
Submitted by Shepherd on February 26, 2008 - 14:01
Ping Jeremy (in particular):
SubCulture, a webcomic spinning off from an Ape Entertainment series, launched today. The comic kind of moves in spheres outside mine — the comic fans I’m in touch with tend to be more indie/alt/serious/etc. than the “geekdom” mine the book and webstrip, er, mine, but the strip (and comic) do what [...]
Submitted by Shepherd on February 22, 2008 - 12:21
All will be revealed eventually, but this picture makes me very, very happy.