Tonight, on Network 23…
Yeaaaah, look, I don’t do large-scale consulting gigs for free on tumblr.
I should add that I would LOVE to put something this together in exchange for some moneydollars; it is exactly the sort of work I do for a living. Publishers, if you’re interested, please drop me a line via racheledidin.com!
Last week I wrote this piece for Comic Book Resources about the new Teen Titans #1 cover. The point of the piece was hey, there’s a broad demographic DC *could* be hitting with this book but the cover is certainly not made for that potential demographic. Instead, it’s more of the same-old,…
In 1977, The New Yorker's “Talk of the Town” covered the mad rush to collect Howard the Duck #1. Here’s part three of that article.
Howard The Duck #1 had a print run of 275,000 copies. Just chew on that for a moment…
Robert CRUMB - from ART & BEAUTY MAGAZINE #2 - 2003 - Fantagraphics Books, Washington U.S.A.
"… she disappears into a doorway, passing out of his life forever."
R. Crumb makes the best ‘Missed Connections’ ads.
And just for the heck of it, a page of The idylls of the king printed in shorthand. Montreal, 1889.
Pencils for the top half of my entry into the Little Nemo tribute book, DREAM ANOTHER DREAM. Cats and Craftsman interiors, I have no trouble drawing. The typography needs a little help, but that’ll all straighten out in inking. It is bizarrely difficult not to put the interjection “oh” in every panel.
So jealous of everybody who got to take part in this book. McCay was the creator who most inspired me to want to start telling stories in comic format, and if that life-path vector had worked out better, I like to think I would have stood a chance in being involved. As it is, I’m REALLY looking forward to picking it up when it comes out!
Six covers by Bob Pepper.
With our first podcast only days away, we have provided some Official Handbook-style vital statistics for your edification and enjoyment!
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