sunnuntai 23. huhtikuuta 2017

Beautiful Canvas Digital Ashcan Preview

Beautiful Canvas lands on shelves in two months, and we have made a Digital Ashcan Preview (32 pages) for everyone to download for free.

The ashcan includes:
  • 7 preview pages
  • the script pages for those preview pages
  • some process pages (thumbnails/pencils/inks)
  • Ryan’s essay about why BC matters to him

Download the ashcan here.

torstai 20. huhtikuuta 2017

Beautiful Canvas Preview

Here’s a preview of Beautiful Canvas #1 (pages 1-4) in case you missed the exclusive look at Multiversity Comics.

Enjoy :)

Written by Ryan K Lindsay
Art by me
Colors by Triona Farrell
Letters by Ryan Ferrier

Coming in June from Black Mask Studios!

Beautiful Canvas Interview, Podcast and Advance Review

There’s still time to hop on the Beautiful Canvas train, but if you want to make sure that you’ll get a copy of #1 in June, be sure to preorder it at your local comic book shop now.

The order codes are APR171370 (my cover) and APR171371 (Christian Ward’s amazing variant).

While considering it, or just for fun, check these out:

Ryan’s interview at Broken Frontier

Ryan putting Beautiful Canvas in your ears – The Beautiful Canvas Podcast

Also, we got our first advance review sometime ago, and it’s a glorious 5/5! You can find it at ComicSpectrum.

maanantai 10. huhtikuuta 2017

lauantai 25. maaliskuuta 2017

Beautiful Canvas

The cat is out of the bag: Beautiful Canvas by Ryan K Lindsay (Dark Horse's Negative Space, DC Writers Workshop) and me is coming from Black Mask Studios in June 2017!

Beautiful Canvas is a gonzo tale of personal discovery, animal/hybrid hit troupes, and reactive pyrokinesis. This is our third mini-series together and this time we are joined by Triona Farrell on colors and Ryan Ferrier on letters.

You can preorder the first issue at your local comic book shop using these codes:

APR171370 (my cover)

APR171371 (the Christian Ward cover)

And here’s the synopsis:

Lon Eisley is a hitwoman hired to kill a small child a few days after discovering her girlfriend pregnant. In a bold declaration of uncertainty, she saves the boy and hits the road, despite the fact her boss clearly wanted him dead for a reason. This warped crime dystopia delves into the emotional dichotomy of creator/destroyer as Lon tries to connect the two very different worlds she now inhabits.

Stay tuned for more info and preview pages!

Evil Heroes Cover

Here’s The Uncanny X-Men homage cover I did for Evil Heroes #6 some time ago. Out now from Zenescope.

Colors by Mohan Sivakami