Girls and boys, Elephantmen 32, written by Richard Starkings and drawn and colored by yours truly is out in the world today from Image Comics.
This is an important issue for me for a couple of reasons: first, it's an homage to Conan, a character I've always been fond of an which I'd love to get to oficially draw sometime, but in the meantime, for all purposes THIS is how a Conan-story by me would look like. Minus the trunk and tusks.
Second, this is the end of my first "season" in Elephantmen... issue 33 will be by Shaky Kane, and 34 and 35 by Boo Cook. I do have a back up story, a cover and some other stuff in the meantime, and I'll be back with full art chores again in issue 36. Hopefully the break will help me improve the quality of the art for the next arc.
Anyway, it's been a blast so far... if you have the chance, check this at your local comic book store. Here's a preview: [link]
And check out 50 Girls 50 #2, out in the world today, too!
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.
Girls and boys, this week in The Line it is Drawn, the theme was James Bond. Not a huge 007 fan, I've probably seen half the movies. But, well, I love drawing Emma, and as soon as I saw Robert McGinnis' poster I was inspired. Of course, it looked better in my mind, but there you go.
The full gallery here, and all the pieces are killers: [link]