Tonight from 6-8, Bridge City Comics (http://www.bridgecitycomics.com/) is hosting a release party for a trade paperback collection of a book I worked on for Dark Horse Comics. Trekker: The Train to Avalon Bay collects the six part Dark Horse Presents serialization with some new pages added in for a smoother ride. Plus it includes the Trekker/Johnny Zombie story that I worked on for Thrillbent.com. And a whole bunch of extras like pinups from some hot industry fellas.
Please stop by if you are in town! Also, to allow us to make more Trekker, please support the trade with your hard earned cash or letters to Dark Horse. Jim Gibbons is the editor, so toss the nice words his way. 🙂
Sorry. Been working tons–and that’s a good thing. Just put the last of Trekker: Avalon Bay in the can for Dark Horse Presents. Six, eight page installments went way to fast. Also working on KISS Kids mini-series for IDW. 1st issue is done and only 3 more to go. Very fun work on that one.
Here’s a few shots of recent work to hold you over until my next post…hopefully sooner between than this one.
Did the colors on this for Ron Randall. It’s going to be part of the Emerald City Comicon annual charity art book. Fun stuff for a good cause.
As I’ve detailed in various past posts, Ron Randall has been posting up the entire catalog of Trekker stories online at www.trekkercomic.com. We’re in the middle of the Trekker Color Special, originally published by Dark Horse in 1989 featuring colors by Lurene Haines. Gearing up for some developments that I can talk about in upcoming posts, Ron wanted me to recolor it. Here are a few of my favorite pages so far.
Can’t complain. When the work is flowing and the paychecks are coming in, I’m a happy camper. Here’s a few things that have come out since my last post about a month (yikes!) ago.
Call of Wonderland [Zenescope] #1, cover A. Pencils by Anthony Spay.
The Jungle Book [Zenescope] #3, cover B. Pencils by Carlos Granda.
Currently been very busy with Ron Randall’s Trekker series. Publication announcements coming soon, I promise, but for now you can see some of it online at trekkercomic.com where Ron is posting all the old work. We’re about half through posting my new colors on the old Trekker Color Special from Dark Horse.