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Girls and boys, coming this March from Image Comics: Man and Elephantman, a special issue for all those out there who haven't sampled the Elephantmen series.

More preview pages in: [link]

Story by Richard Starkings. And from now on, full color art by yours truly. Oh, my.
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Girls and boys, as our last release of a pretty awesome year, here's Elephantmen 29, out in the world this Wednesday.

Story by Richard Starkings, art by Marian Churchland and yours truly. This is one of the pages I got to color myself. I'm a control freak, I like doing the full art.

9 page preview at: [link]

Hope you like it... happy new year, folks.
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Girls and boys, this week on The Line It is Drawn, Tarzan and comic book characters. Someone suggested the Elephantmen, and I kinda thought I knew something about those.

The full gallery here... and it all rocks:

[link]

Have a nice Thanksgiving weekend, folks.
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So, girls and boys, this is what happens when I draw cute stuff... this is a homage to the 20th anniversary of Jeff Smith's Bone, art and color by yours truly. As it turns out, it was selected as the cover of this year's ever-useful, ever-present Events Guide at the San Diego Comicon. 130 thousand of these babies were printed. That's a lot of Bones...
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Girls and boys, take a break and visit your friendly local comic book store, so you can check Zenescope's Grimm Fairy Tales' Giant Size Special, out this week. (Actually, out since last week).

45 pages of mayhem, pencils by yours truly, killer colors by :iconjembury:
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Girls and boys, here's a sample page of Incursion, my first full length comic book in the US market, published by Platinum Studios. This is the monthly book I've complained for taking over my life lately, but well, it's a good baptism of fire, I guess.

Four-issue miniseries with art by yours truly, swell colors by :iconbakanekonei:

And here's the cover of the first issue: [link]


Official press release... spread the word:



PLATINUM CAUGHT IN TWILIGHT THIS NOVEMBER
Incursion #1 Out Later This Month

LOS ANGELES, Calif., November 09, 2007 – This November, Platinum Studios Comics (www.platinumstudioscomics.com) and Jay Busbee capture the gritty essence of sci-fi horror with the release of Incursion. Axel Medellin Machain, a two-time Top 50 Comic Book Challenge (www.comicbookchallenge.com) contestant, joins the Incursion creative team on pencils and inks.

The story opens deep in the battlefields of Afghanistan and culminates in a war-torn dimension known as Twilight. The four-issue series combines thrilling action with rugged humor as our heroes fight to save the souls of humanity. “Our main characters, Sgt. Ray Montgomery and Dr. Rebecca Drake, are under constant pressure to make incredibly difficult decisions,” says scripter Jay Busbee. “It’s been exciting to chart their path from disgrace to redemption as they traverse a warzone not of this world.”

“As the Editor-in-Chief of Arcana Comics and now VP of Publishing and Animation at Platinum Studios, I’ve read many comics in my career,” adds Sean O’Reilly. “I am blown away by the visually stunning artwork in Incursion. With covers by Tone Rodriguez (Radioactive Man), Nei Ruffino (Return to Wonderland) on colors, and Axel Medellin Machain on pencils and inks, this team creates a distinctive visual style that will command the reader’s attention.”
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A page from the back-up story in Elephantmen 35 written by Richard Starkings and drawn by yours truly. If it looks similar to [link]
it's because they're both from the same story. Which will also appear in the TP of Elephantmen vol. 0. Nothing wasted here.

A sample of issue 35, mostly drawn by Boo Cook:

[link]
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This was published in the Souvenir Book of this past SDCC... I always wanted to draw these characters, so, just for fun...
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Suponiendo que la contingencia sanitaria lo permita, del 22 al 24 de mayo, durante la Concomics en Expo Guadalajara, pueden conseguir "Crónicas del Fin del Mundo", antología con 10 historias de sendos creadores y/o colectivos tapatios: :iconrenecordova: :iconmurciegalo: :iconregioncu4tro: :icongillboy: :iconrickrd: :iconpandachuntaro: :iconcarlos-chable: :iconjuanitoac: :iconacarr3ra: :iconerasmono: :iconulises-arreola: y su servidor.

La portada con trazo de S.s.s, y color de Ulises Arreola.

(This is the cover of an anthology comic we'll be publishing here in Guadalajara... 10 stories about the end of the world, cheerful stuff)
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Girls and boys, this week at comic book shops and Comixology, Elephantmen 61, by Richard Starkings and Yours Truly. Yes, I admit the plot just advances a bit, but drawing those guys beating the crap out of each other is a blast.

Here's a preview:

graphicpolicy.com/2015/01/08/p…

Take care, folks.
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