What’s been happening since the start of 2010?

  • Kalman Andrasofszky shows us some supposed-to-be teaser work for Marvels new release Seige
  • Michael Angelos tells us that Jack The Lantern: War Of The Soul is to be solicited in the March Previews
  • Jean-François Bergeron (aka Djief) has a new book out, Saint-Germain, tome 2 : Le marquis de l’ombre. It has been released in Europe, so I’d expect it to be in Canada within that normal 5 to 6 week lag time
  • Scott Chantler tells us that 2010 is HIS year. I love his work! Northwest Passage is back in print, and as much as I’m interested in Three Thieves, I’ve been waiting to read Two Generals for 2 years now! We discussed this book at the June 2007 Comics & Kids: Teaching with Sequential Art panel
  • Marek Colek provided the cover and a four page comic for the 9th issue of AARGH!, Eastern Europe’s finest comics anthology magazine
  • Darwyn Cooke will be discussing his graphic novel adaptation Parker at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on Saturday January 30, 2010 starting at 4 PM.
  • Tom Fowler shows of the new cover for the TPB release of his series Mysterius the Unfathomable
  • Michel Gagne has lots of great projects coming out in 2010 (careful Scott Chantler!), including the final installment of The Saga of Rex, initially for Flight 7, which will then be released as a collected edition!
  • Tim Levins has openings on his commission list. A great opportunity
  • Troy Little is pleased as punch that Angora Napkin was included as one of Eye On Comics five “Best Original Graphic Novel(s)”. Also included are Darwyn Cooke’s Parker: The Hunter and the absolute gem that is Simon Roy’s Jan’s Atomic Heart. Darwyn was also the choice for Artist of the Year
  • Joe Ollmann has completed his graphic novel, Mid-Life, and provides a sneak preview
  • Josh Rosen has had to put his webcomic Edwitch on hold because due to the time limitations of being enrolled at the Center for Cartoon Studies. Good luck, Josh!
  • Jillian Tamaki let’s us in on her new petite livre, Indoor Voice, from D+Q. Jillian was recently awarded the Silver Medal from the Society of Illustrators.
  • Jillian Tamaki won the silver medal for this piece from the Society of Illustrators.
  • Ty Templeton was working on Dexter: The Early Cuts, prequel to the TV show
  • J. Torres’ newest book, Lola: A Ghost Story was out last week. Six years until it was published. Check out a preview at Comic Book Resources
  • Eric Vedder tells us ‘hard work will pay off’; and he has some commission openings
  • Howard Wong has a new comic, Grunt: War Stories, listed in this month’s Previews

2 thoughts on “What’s been happening since the start of 2010?

  1. I was working on the third episode of Dexter: The Early Cuts, “Cindy Landon”. It’s been posted to Showtime’s YouTube channel.

    Ty the Guy

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