Saturday, April 28, 2018

#CoolArt: 'Come To Dust' by Sam Guay

'Come To Dust' by Sam Guay, a new release from Rhino Barking Sparrow.

11" x 14" giclee print on Cold-Press Natural Heavy Fine Art 340gsm paper, in a signed and numbered limited edition of 20 for $45, and a hand embellished edition of 10 for $65.

On sale now from the Rhino Barking Sparrow website.

#CoolArt: 'King Kong: Alive On Broadway' Posters by Laurent Durieux, Olly Moss & Francesco Francavilla

'King Kong: Alive On Broadway' by Laurent Durieux, Olly Moss & Francesco Francavilla

Posters for the musical which debuts at the Broadway Theatre in New York on October 5, 2018, and opens on November 8.

As revealed by Vulture, collectible editions will be given away at New York-based Comic Stores on Saturday May 5, Free Comic Book Day!

by Laurent Durieux
by Olly Moss
by Francesco Francavilla

Artist Spotlight: The Art Of . . . Jack Durieux

I've previously showcased a few of my favourite pop culture and vintage pulp artists, and each weekend I showcase art from more of my favourite artists.

The art of Jack Durieux.

#ArtOfTheDay: 'The Avengers' by Vincent Aseo

'The Avengers' by Vincent Aseo

Thursday, April 26, 2018

#CoolArt: 'Alien Day' by Christopher Lovell

'Alien Day' by Christopher Lovell.

A2 (16.5" x 23.4") print on high quality 200 gsm satin finish paper in a signed and numbered limited edition of 40 for £32.99.

Go here to buy.

2018 Eisner Award Nominees Announced

The nominees for the 2018 Annual Will Eisner Comic Industry Awards, given for creative achievement in American comic books, often referred to as the Comics Industry's equivalent of the Oscar Awards, have been announced.

The nominees, chosen by a blue-ribbon panel of judges, reflect the wide range of material being published in comics and graphic novel form today, from superheroes, to nursery rhymes and high school angst and pulp fiction.

The awards will be presented in a special ceremony during this year's San Diego Comic-Con.

The Nominees:

Best Short Story
  • “Ethel Byrne,” by Cecil Castelluci and Scott Chantler, in Mine: A Celebration of Liberty and Freedom for All Benefiting Planned Parenthood (ComicMix)
  • “Forgotten Princess,” by Phillip Kennedy Johnson and Antonio Sandoval, in Adventure Time Comics #13 (kaboom!)
  • “A Life in Comics: The Graphic Adventures of Karen Green,” by Nick Sousanis, in Columbia Magazine (Summer 2017),
  • “Small Mistakes Make Big Problems,” by Sophia Foster-Dimino, in Comics for Choice (Hazel Newlevant)
  • “Trans Plant,” by Megan Rose Gedris, in Enough Space for Everyone Else (Bedside Press)

Best Single Issue (or One-Shot)
  • Barbara, by Nicole Miles (ShortBox)
  • Hellboy: Krampusnacht, by Mike Mignola and Adam Hughes (Dark Horse)
  • Pope Hats #5, by Ethan Rilly (AdHouse Books)
  • The Spotted Stone, by Rick Veitch (Sun Comics)
  • What Is Left, by Rosemary Valero-O’Connell (ShortBox) 

Best Continuing Series
  • Black Hammer, by Jeff Lemire, Dean Ormston, and David Rubín (Dark Horse)
  • Giant Days, by John Allison, Max Sarin, and Liz Fleming (BOOM! Box)
  • Hawkeye, by Kelly Thompson, Leonardo Romero, and Mike Walsh (Marvel)
  • Monstress, by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda (Image)
  • The Wicked + The Divine, by Kieron Gillen & Jamie McKelvie (Image)

Best Limited Series
  • Black Panther: World of Wakanda, by Roxane Gay, Ta-Nehisi Coates, and Alitha E. Martinez (Marvel)
  • Extremity, by Daniel Warren Johnson (Image/Skybound)
  • The Flintstones, by Mark Russell, Steve Pugh, Rick Leonardi, and Scott Hanna (DC)
  • Mister Miracle, by Tom King and Mitch Gerads (DC)
  • X-Men: Grand Design, by Ed Piskor (Marvel)

Best New Series
  • Black Bolt, by Saladin Ahmed and Christian Ward (Marvel)
  • Grass Kings, by Matt Kindt and Tyler Jenkins (BOOM! Studios)
  • Maestros, by Steve Skroce (Image)
  • Redlands, by Jordie Belaire and Vanesa Del Rey (Image)
  • Royal City, by Jeff Lemire (Image)

Best Publication for Early Readers (up to age 8)
  • Adele in Sand Land, by Claude Ponti, translated by Skeeter Grant and Françoise Mouly (Toon Books)
  • Arthur and the Golden Rope, by Joe Todd-Stanton (Flying Eye/Nobrow)
  • Egg, by Kevin Henkes (Greenwillow Books)
  • Good Night, Planet, by Liniers (Toon Books)
  • Little Tails in the Savannah, by Frederic Brrémaud and Federico Bertolucci, translated by Mike Kennedy (Lion Forge/Magnetic)

Best Publication for Kids (ages 9-12)
  • Bolivar, by Sean Rubin (Archaia)
  • Home Time (Book One): Under the River, by Campbell Whyte (Top Shelf)
  • Nightlights, by Lorena Alvarez (Nobrow)
  • The Tea Dragon Society, by Katie O’Neill (Oni)
  • Wallace the Brave, by Will Henry (Andrews McMeel)

Best Publication for Teens (ages 13-17)
  • The Dam Keeper, by Robert Kondo and Dice Tsutsumi (First Second/Tonko House)
  • Jane, by Aline Brosh McKenna and Ramón K. Pérez (Archaia)
  • Louis Undercover, by Fanny Britt and Isabelle Arsenault, translated by Christelle Morelli and Susan Ouriou (Groundwood Books/House of Anansi)
  • Monstress, by Marjorie Liu and Sana Takeda (Image)
  • Spinning, by Tillie Walden (First Second)

Best Humour Publication
  • Baking with Kafka, by Tom Gauld (Drawn & Quarterly)
  • Batman / Elmer Fudd Special #1, by Tom King, Lee Weeks, and Byron Vaughn (DC)
  • The Flintstones, by Mark Russell, Steve Pugh, Rick Leonardi, and Scott Hanna (DC)
  • Rock Candy Mountain, by Kyle Starks (Image)
  • Wallace the Brave, by Will Henry (Andrews McMeel)

Best Web Comic

Best Digital Comic
  • Bandette, by Paul Tobin and Colleen Coover (Monkeybrain/comiXology)
  • Barrier, by Brian K Vaughan and Marcos Martin (Panel Syndicate)
  • The Carpet Merchant of Konstaniniyya, by Reimena Yee (
  • Contact High, by James F Wright and Josh Eckert (
  • Harvey Kurtzman’s Marley’s Ghost, by Harvey Kurtzman, Josh O’Neill, Shannon Wheeler, and Gideo Kendall (comiXology Originals/Kitchen, Lind & Associates)
  • Quince, by Sebastian Kadlecik, Kit Steinkellner, and Emma Steinkellner, translated by Valeria Tranier (Fanbase Press/comiXology)

Best Anthology
  • A Bunch of Jews (and Other Stuff): A Minyen Yidn, by Max B. Perlson, Trina Robbins et al. (Bedside Press)
  • A Castle in England, by Jamie Rhodes et al. (Nobrow)
  • Elements: Fire, A Comic Anthology by Creators of Color, edited by Taneka Stotts (Beyond Press)
  • Now #1, edited by Eric Reynolds (Fantagraphics)
  • The Spirit Anthology, edited by Sean Phillips (Lakes International Comic Art Festival)

Best Reality-Based Work
  • Audubon: On the Wings of the World, by Fabien Grolleau and Jerémie Royer, translated by Etienne Gilfillan (Nobrow)
  • The Best We Could Do, by Thi Bui (Abrams ComicArts)
  • Calamity Jane: The Calamitous Life of Martha Jane Cannary, 1852–1903, by Christian Perrissin and Matthieu Blanchin, translated by Diana Schutz and Brandon Kander (IDW)
  • Lennon: The New York Years, by David Foenkinos, Corbeyran, and Horne, translated by Ivanka Hahnenberger (IDW)
  • Spinning, by Tillie Walden (First Second)

Best Graphic Album—New
  • Crawl Space, by Jesse Jacobs (Koyama Press)
  • Eartha, by Cathy Malkasian (Fantagraphics)
  • My Favorite Thing Is Monsters, by Emil Ferris (Fantagraphics)
  • Stages of Rot, by Linnea Sterte (Peow)
  • The Story of Jezebel, by Elijah Brubaker (Uncivilized Books)

Best Graphic Album—Reprint
  • Boundless, by Jillian Tamaki (Drawn & Quarterly)
  • Fantagraphics Studio Edition: Black Hole by Charles Burns, edited by Eric Reynolds (Fantagraphics)
  • Small Favors: The Definitive Girly Porno Collection, by Colleen Coover (Oni/Limerence)
  • Sticks Angelica, Folk Hero, by Michael DeForge (Drawn & Quarterly)
  • Unreal City, by D J Bryant (Fantagraphics)

Best Adaptation From Another Medium
  • Beowulf, adapted by Santiago García and David Rubín (Image)
  • HP Lovecraft’s The Hound and Other Stories, adapted by Gou Tanabe, translated by Zack Davisson (Dark Horse)
  • Herman Melville’s Moby Dick, adapted by Christophe Chabouté, translated by Laure Dupont (Dark Horse)
  • Kindred, by Octavia Butler, adapted by Damian Duffy and John Jennings (Abrams ComicArts)

Best Archival Collection/Project—Strips (at least 20 years old)
  • Celebrating Snoopy, by Charles M Shulz, edited by Alexis E Fajardo and Dorothy O’Brien (Andrews McMeel)
  • Crazy Quilt: Scraps and Panels on the Way to Gasoline Alley, by Frank King, edited by Peter Maresca (Sunday Press)
  • Foolish Questions and Other Odd Observations, by Rube Goldberg, edited by Peter Maresca and Paul C. Tumey (Sunday Press Books)
  • Sky Masters of the Space Force: The Complete Dailies, by Jack Kirby, Wally Wood et al., edited by Daniel Herman (Hermes Press)
  • Star Wars: The Classic Newspaper Strips, Vol 1, by Russ Manning et al., edited by Dean Mullaney (LOAC/IDW)

Best Archival Collection/Project—Comic Books (at least 20 Years Old)
  • Akira 35th Anniversary Edition, by Katsuhiro Otomo, edited by Haruko Hashimoto, Ajani Oloye, and Lauren Scanlan (Kodansha)
  • Behaving MADly, edited by Craig Yoe (Yoe Books/IDW)
  • The Collected Neil the Horse, by Arn Saba / Katherine Collins, edited by Andy Brown (Conundrum)
  • Fantagraphics Studio Edition: Jaime Hernandez, edited by Gary Groth (Fantagraphics)
  • Will Eisner: The Centennial Celebration, 1917-2017, by Paul Gravett, Denis Kitchen, and John Lind (Kitchen Sink/Dark Horse)

Best US Edition of International Material
  • Audubon: On the Wings of the World, by Fabien Grolleau and Jerémie Royer, translated by Etienne Gilfillan (Nobrow)
  • Flight of the Raven, by Jean-Pierre Gibrat, translated by Diana Schutz and Brandon Kander (EuroComics/IDW)
  • FUN, by Paolo Bacilieri, translated by Jamie Richards (SelfMadeHero)
  • Ghost of Gaudi, by El Torres and Jesús Alonso Iglesias, translated by Esther Villardón Grande (Lion Forge/Magnetic)
  • The Ladies-in-Waiting, by Santiago García and Javier Olivares, translated by Erica Mena (Fantagraphics)
  • Run for It: Stories of Slaves Who Fought for the Freedom, by Marcelo D’Salete, translated by Andrea Rosenberg (Fantagraphics)

Best US Edition of International Material—Asia
  • Furari, by Jiro Taniguchi, translated by Kumar Sivasubramanian (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)
  • Golden Kamuy, by Satoru Noda, translated by Eiji Yasuda (VIZ Media)
  • My Brother’s Husband, Vol 1, by Gengoroh Tagame, translated by Anne Ishii (Pantheon)
  • Otherworld Barbara, Vol 2, by Moto Hagio, translated by Matt Thorn (Fantagraphics)
  • Shiver: Junji Ito Selected Stories, by Junji Ito translated by Jocelyne Allen (VIZ Media)

Best Writer
  • Tom King, Batman, Batman Annual #2, Batman / Elmer Fudd Special #1, Mister Miracle (DC)
  • Matt Kindt, Grass Kings (BOOM! Studios); Ether (Dark Horse); Eternity, X-O Manowar (Valiant)
  • Jeff Lemire, Black Hammer (Dark Horse); Descender (Image)
  • Marjorie Liu, Monstress (Image)
  • Mark Russell, The Flintstones (DC)

Best Writer / Artist
  • Lorena Alvarez, Night Lights (Nobrow)
  • Chabouté, Moby Dick (Dark Horse); Alone, The Park Bench (Gallery 13/Simon & Schuster)
  • Emil Ferris, My Favorite Thing Is Monsters (Fantagraphics)
  • Cathy Malkasian, Eartha (Fantagraphics)
  • Jiro Taniguchi, Furari, Louis Vuitton Travel Guide: Venice (Fanfare/Ponent Mon)

Best Penciller / Inker
  • Isabelle Arsenault, Louis Undercover (Groundwood Books/House of Anansi)
  • Mitch Gerads, Mister Miracle (DC)
  • Gary Gianni, Hellboy: Into the Silent Sea (Dark Horse)
  • Ramón K Perez, Jane (Archaia)
  • David Rubín, Black Hammer #9 & #12, Ether, Sherlock Frankenstein #1–3 (Dark Horse); Beowulf (Image)

Best Painter / Multimedia Artist (interior art)
  • Federico Bertolucci, Love: The Dinosaur, Little Tails (Lion Forge/Magnetic)
  • EFA, Monet: Itinerant of Light (NBM)
  • Jean-Pierre Gibrat, Flight of the Raven (EuroComics/IDW)
  • Cyril Pedrosa, Portugal (NBM)
  • Sana Takeda, Monstress (Image)

Best Cover Artist
  • Jorge Corona, No 1 with a Bullet (Image)
  • Nick Derington, Mister Miracle (DC); Doom Patrol (DC Young Animal)
  • Brian Stelfreeze, Black Panther (Marvel)
  • Sana Takeda, Monstress (Image)
  • Julian Totino Tedesco, Hawkeye (Marvel)

Best Colouring
  • Jean-Francois Beaulieu, Green Valley (Image/Skybound) 
  • Elizabeth Breitweiser, Criminal 10th Anniversary Special, Kill or Be Killed, Velvet (Image); Outcast by Kirkman & Azaceta (Image/Skybound) 
  • Sonny Liew, The Art of Charlie Chan Hock Chye (Pantheon) 
  • Laura Martin, Wonder Woman (DC); Ragnorak (IDW); Black Panther (Marvel) 
  • Matt Wilson, Cry Havoc, Paper Girls, The Wicked + The Divine (Image); Black Widow, The Mighty Thor, Star-Lord (Marvel)

Best Lettering
  • Isabelle Arsenault, Louis Undercover (Groundwood Books/House of Anansi)
  • Clayton Cowles, Bitch Planet: Triple Feature, Redlands, The Wicked + The Divine (Image); Black Bolt, Spider-Gwen, Astonishing X-Men, Star Wars (Marvel)
  • Emil Ferris, My Favorite Thing Is Monsters (Fantagraphics)
  • Stan Sakai, Usagi Yojimbo, Groo: Slay of the Gods (Dark Horse)
  • John Workman, Mother Panic (DC Young Animal); Ragnorak (IDW)

Best Comics-Related Periodical / Journalism
  • Alter Ego, edited by Roy Thomas (TwoMorrows)
  • The Comics Journal, edited by Dan Nadel, Timothy Hodler, and Tucker Stone, (Fantagraphics)
  • Hogan’s Alley, edited by Tom Heintjes
  • Jack Kirby Collector, edited by John Morrow (TwoMorrows)
  • PanelXPanel magazine, edited by Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou

Best Comics-Related Book
  • Deconstructing the Incal by Alejandro Jodorowsky and Moebius, by Jean Annestay and Christophe Quillien (Humanoids)
  • How Comics Work, by Dave Gibbons and Tim Pilcher (Wellfleet Press/Quarto Group)
  • How to Read Nancy: The Elements of Comics in Three Easy Panels, by Paul Karasik and Mark Newgarden (Fantagraphics)
  • Line of Beauty: The Art of Wendy Pini, by Richard Pini (Flesk)
  • Monograph, by Chris Ware (Rizzoli)
  • To Laugh That We May Not Weep: The Life and Times of Art Young, by Glenn Bray and Frank M. Young (Fantagraphics)

Best Scholarly/Academic Work
  • The Comics of Charles Schulz: The Good Grief of Modern Life, edited by Jared Gardner and Ian Gordon (University Press of Mississippi)
  • Ethics in the Gutter: Empathy and Historical Fiction in Comics, by Kate Polak (Ohio State University Press)
  • Latinx Superheroes in Mainstream Comics, by Frederick Luis Aldama (University of Arizona Press)
  • Neon Visions: The Comics of Howard Chaykin, by Brannon Costello (LSU Press)
  • Picturing Childhood: Youth in Transnational Comics, edited by Mark Heimermann and Brittany Tullis (University of Texas Press)

Best Publication Design
  • Akira 35th Anniversary Edition, designed by Phil Balsman, Akira Saito (Veia), NORMA Editorial, and MASH•ROOM (Kodansha)
  • Celebrating Snoopy, designed by Spencer Williams and Julie Phillips (Andrews McMeel)
  • Monograph, designed by Chris Ware (Rizzoli)
  • My Favorite Thing Is Monsters, designed by Jacob Covey (Fantagraphics)
  • Will Eisner: The Centennial Celebration, 1917-2017, designed by John Lind (Kitchen Sink/Dark Horse)

#CoolArt: 'Pals' by Olly Moss

'Pals' by Olly Moss.

5" x 5" giclee prints on fine art watercolour paper, in a hand numbered timed release for $15 each, or as 2 sets of 6 for $55 each, or as a complete set of 12 plus a mystery bonus print for $100.

On sale for the next 48 hours (until Saturday April 28) on Olly's website.

#CoolArt: 'Countdown' by Cliff Cramp

'Countdown' by Cliff Cramp a new 'Alien Day' inspired print release from Dark Ink Art.

14" x 21" giclee print on 17" x 22 paper in a signed and numbered limited edition of 150 for $45 $33.30 (reduced for a limited time).

On sale now from the Dark Ink Art website.

Movie Review: 'Avengers: Infinity War'

Wow! Well, that was Marvelously epic! 😉

I'm not a Marvel sweaty / fanboy and my favourite MCU movies have been the ones that are less superhero ones, like 'Guardians Of The Galaxy', 'Captain America: Winter Soldier' and the first 'Iron Man', but I'll make an exception for 'Infinity War'! I enjoyed it a lot.

The stakes have never been so high in the MCU and this time there are consequences! Which makes a brutal, but welcome change with these movies! With all the heroes from all the Marvel MCU movies so far, barring 'Ant-Man' (but it's explained where him and Hawkeye actually are early on), going up against the might of Thanos and the Black Order, there were always going to be some casualties, even some high profile ones! (Although we'll definitely be seeing some of them again. Comic book heroes never stay gone for very long - especially when their movies are successful and popular!)

The movie picks up where 'Thor Ragnarok' finishes, straight after the foreboding final end credit scene (so I would recommend watching that perhaps before this), and immediately things aren't looking good!

Thanos is definitely one of the better MCU villains. He's not your generic, monologuing cardboard villain. He seems to genuinely believe in what he's doing is right, the sometimes hallmark of a convincing villain, and we see flashbacks of his rise and destruction and his motivations seem well thought out.

With all the heroes that are on screen, you'd think it might be a bit too overcrowded. Not so. The heroes are split into groups taking on Thanos and that works really well, with the different personalities and egos clashing within the groups, especially (with no surprise) between the group of Tony Stark / Iron Man, Doctor Strange, Star Lord and Spider-Man. The narrative doesn't seem clogged or convoluted with that many characters on screen either (except of course for the movie posters, of which the one by Paul Shipper, above, is one of the best compositionally with involving everyone), and everybody plays a part without any being too domineering or with anyone with not having enough screen time.

'Infinity War' is spectacular, funny, devastating and dramatic. This definitely ranks up there near the top of my favourite MCU movies. If Kevin Feige's endgame plan has been leading up to this and to 'Avengers 4' over the past 10 years of movies, then hats off to you, sir! Although you'll get more out of the movie if you've seen most of the MCU than if you haven't seen any at all. This isn't a movie to to go into if you're unfamiliar with the previous movies.

With the way things finish, you hunger for more and it's just a shame we've now got to wait a year for 'Avengers 4' to see how things get resolved! But I'm really looking forward to seeing how they do.

Oh, there's only 1 end credits scene, right at the very end, but it's worth staying for!

#CoolArt: 'A Warrior’s Dreams: Volume 3 - Apocalypse' by Anthony Petrie

'A Warrior’s Dreams: Volume 3 - Apocalypse' by Anthony Petrie, inspired by The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse, and embodying the harbingers unleashed by the breaking of the first four of the 7 seals in the Book of Revelation, referencing the popular culture incarnations as first written in Vicente Blasco Ibáñez's 1916 novel 'The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse'.

12” x 36” 6 colour screen print on Madero Beach French paper in a limited edition of 85 as a set of 4 for $100.

On sale Friday April 27 at 2pm ET from Anthony's website.

'Pestilence' by Anthony Petrie
'War' by Anthony Petrie
'Famine' by Anthony Petrie
'Death' by Anthony Petrie

'Avengers: Infinity War' Limited Edition Bluray Steelbook & T Shirt Bundle From Zavvi

'Avengers: Infinity War' limited edition 3D (including 2D) bluray steelbook for £24.99, or 4K Ultra HD (including 2D) bluray steelbook for £32.99, from Zavvi .

A bundle including an 'Avengers: Infinity War' T shirt for £32.99 (with 3D Steelbook edition) or £39.99 (with 4K Ultra HD steelbook), or separately for £14.99 also available.

Available for pre-order now from the Zavvi website.

#CoolArt: 'Judge Anderson' by Marguerite Sauvage

'Judge Anderson' by Marguerite Sauvage.

Free poster included in the 2000 AD Summer Special 2018.

On sale Tuesday June 19 and available to pre-order now from the 2000AD shop.

#CoolArt: 'Alien' by Pascal Blanché

'Alien' by Pascal Blanché, a new print release from Mondo.

18" x 24" screen print in a hand numbered Regular edition of 250 for $50, and a hand numbered Variant edition of 150 for $75.

On sale Thursday April 26 at 12pm CT from the Mondo website.

Regular Edition
Variant Edition

#CoolArt: 'Succubus' by Christopher Lovell

'Succubus' by Christopher Lovell, part of his 'Dark Nature' print series.

A2 (16.5" x 23.4") print on high quality 200 gsm satin finish paper in a signed edition for £32.99.

Go here to buy.

#ArtOfTheDay: 'The Avengers' by Jack Kirby

Cover art by Jack Kirby for 'The Avengers' #1, published September 1963 by Marvel Comics.

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

#CoolArt: 'The Evil Horde' by Axel Giménez

'The Evil Horde' by Axel Giménez, a new officially licensed 'Masters Of The Universe' print from Mad Duck Posters.

24" x 36" fine art giclee prints in a limited editions of 250 for $100 each.

On sale now from the Mad Duck Posters website.

Toy Variant
Cartoon Variant

#CoolArt: 'A Good Book' by Naomi VanDoren

'A Good Book' by Naomi VanDoren, for Every Day Original.

5" x 7" Watercolour & pen on watercolour paper, matted and framed original artwork for $250.

On sale Wednesday April 25 at 12.30pm ET from the Every Day Original website.

#CoolArt: 'Skyrim' Print & 2x Vinyl LP from iam8bit

'Skyrim' by Aled Lewis, a new release from iam8bit.
  • 'Skyrim' by Aled Lewis. 24" x 36" 6 colour screen print on acid-free paper with Archival inks in a limited edition of 500 for $100.
  • 2 x vinyl LP of the 'Skyrim' soundtrack, composed by Jeremy Soule, in a JUN/VUL limited edition of 3000 for $40.
    The soundtrack collects the dev team’s favorite tracks, separated into 'Light' and 'Dark' sides, and is pressed onto 2 x 180 gram Forest Green coloured vinyl LPs, and will also include a digital download of the soundtrack. Cover art for the gatefold LP is also by Aled Lewis.
Go here to buy.

'Skyrim' by Aled Lewis

#CoolArt: 'Seething' by Syd Mills (Vetyr)

'Seething' by Syd Mills (Vetyr)

Available as a print through Syd's Red Bubble store.

#CoolArt: 'Precarious Opposition' by Tara McPherson

'Precarious Opposition' by Tara McPherson, a print release through the Cotton Candy Machine.

16" x 22" giclee print on Velvet Cotton Rag paper in a signed and numbered limited edition of 100 for $80.

Each 'Precarious Opposition' print purchased before the end of Sunday April 29 will also receive 'The Difference Between Me and Myself' signed 8.5" x 11" giclee print free with their order!

On sale Thursday April 26 at 12pm ET from the Cotton Candy Machine website.

'Precarious Opposition' by Tara McPherson
'The Difference Between Me and Myself' by Tara McPherson

'God Of War' Vinyl Soundtrack from Mondo

Mondo is releasing the soundtrack to Santa Monica Studio's 'God Of War' on vinyl.

Composed by Bear McCreary and featuring original artwork by Jeff Langevin, and pressed on 2x coloured 180 gram Vinyl (also available in 180 gram black) for $35.

Side A
01. God Of War (4:09)
02. Memories Of Mother (3:40)
03. Witch Of The Woods (3:05)
04. Lullaby Of The Giants (3:45)
05. Ashes (6:11)

Side B
06. Peaks Pass (2:35)
07. A Giant's Prayer (2:01)
08. The Dragon (3:46)
09. Mimir (2:58)
10. Magni and Modi (2:51)
11. Echoes Of An Old Life (3:46)
12. Helheim (3:22)

Side C
13. The Healing (3:17)
14. The Reach Of Your Godhood (2:38)
15. Stone Mason
16. Valkyries (5:10)
17. Deliverance (6:20)

Side D
18. Salvation (6:50)
19. The Ninth Realm (5:00)
20. The Summit (3:22)
21. Epilogue (0:48)

Available for pre-order now (shipping mid June) from the Mondo website.

Front Cover

#CoolArt: New Prints by Kilian Eng & Ashley Mackenzie From Black Dragon Press

New prints by Kilian Eng and Ashley Mackenzie, through from Black Dragon Press.
  • 'Unknown Object' by Kilian Eng. 23.2" x 16.5" giclee print on 310 gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paper with the Gallery stamp on the reverse, in a signed and numbered limited edition of 40 for £60.
  • 'He Protecc' by Ashley Mackenzie. 18" x 24" giclee print on 310 gsm Hahnemühle German Etching paper with the Gallery stamp on the reverse, in a signed and numbered limited edition of 80 for £60.
On sale Friday April 27 at 5pm UK from the Black Dragon Press website.

'Unknown Object' by Kilian Eng
'He Protecc' by Ashley Mackenzie

#CoolArt: 'Tower Of Joy' by Conor Smyth

'Tower Of Joy' by Conor Smyth, a new 'Game Of Thrones' inspired print release from Pop Cult Art.

18" x 10" giclee print on on 240gsm matte ultra paper in a numbered Regular edition of 35 for £35, and a numbered Variant edition of 15 for £40.

On sale Friday April 20 at 4pm UK from the Pop Cult Art website.

Regular Edition
Variant Edition

#ArtOfTheDay: 'Marvel's Avengers' by Marco Checchetto

Variant cover art by Marco Checchetto for 'Astonishing X-Men' issue #7, published January 2018 by Marvel Comics

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

#CoolArt: 'Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom' Video Game Art Prints From Cook & Becker

Cook & Becker, are releasing a collection of official giclée fine art prints featuring art from the video game 'Ni no Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom'.

Each print in the collection is of concept art of the locations and characters in the game and is hand-numbered and comes with a Certificate of Authenticity.

On sale now from the Cook & Becker website.

#CoolArt: 'Wonder Woman' & 'DarkSeid' Comic Cover Prints From Bottleneck Gallery

'Wonder Woman' and 'Darkseid' comic cover prints by Jenny Frison and Nick Derington, new officially licensed print releases from Bottleneck Gallery.
  • 'Wonder Woman' #7 by Jenny Frison. 13" x 19" giclee print in a numbered limited edition of 75 for $40.
  • 'Darkseid Is . . . (Mister Miracle #10)' by Nick Derington. 16" x 20" giclee print in a numbered limited edition of 100 for $45.
On sale Tuesday April 24 at 12pm ET Bottleneck Gallery website.

'Wonder Woman' #7 by Jenny Frison
'Darkseid is . . .' by Nick Derington

#CoolArt: New 'Deadpool 2' IMAX poster

New IMAX poster for 'Deadpool 2'.