ULTIMATE COMICS SPIDER-MAN #24
BRIAN MICHAEL BENDIS (W) • DAVID MARQUEZ (A/C)
“SPIDER-MAN NO MORE” CONTINUES
• Can Miles return to Spider-Man after everything that’s happened?
• There’s a new band of superheroes in town!
• What is Ultimate Power Pack?!
32 PGS./Rated T+ …$3.99
Here’s my schedule for ECCC this year. Other than at the times listed, you can find me in Artist Alley at table X-12!
4-5p Archaia Presents: How I Broke in to Comics (and How You Can, Too!) Room 3AB
5:15-6p Signing at Archaia Booth 808
5-6p Signing at Archaia Booth 808
Due to a scheduling conflict, I will be unable to attend on Sunday - come see me Friday or Saturday at Artist Alley table X-12!!!
I’ve practiced Aikido since 2006 and try to drop some techniques into fight choreography whenever the opportunity arises. All-New X-Men #7 featured a fight training sequence between Kitty and Bobby, and I thought it’d be fun to throw in a variation on one of my favorite throws. I recruited a number of the instructors at my home dojo, Aikido of Austin, to help me out. (Which means they got to throw me around for half an hour.)
Nage (person performing the throw): Cody Cowan, 2nd Degree Black Belt.
Uke (person being thrown): yours truly.
A longer video is available through the Marvel AR app!
Artist’s Proofs for All-New X-Men #7 are now on sale at my online store! Check it out:
Emerald City ComicCon is only a month away! I’ve opened up a limited number of reserved commission slots, available here:
I’m happy to announce that the Artist’s Proofs for All-New X-Men #6 are now available for sale on my Online Store!
All-New X-Men #6 is out TODAY!
To celebrate the release of my first issue of All-New X-Men, I’ll be making giclée Artist’s Proofs of my digital work from the book available for sale tomorrow, Jan 17. Below you can see the Artists Proofs from several pages of the book that have already been released in online previews.
About Artist’s Proofs
In order to produce my highly precise and technical style, I draw the majority of my interior artwork digitally at nearly four times the resolution of an actual comic page. As part of this process, I then create black and white giclée proofs to judge the quality of the finished art, printed at the same incredibly high resolution as it was created.
When each book is released, I will make a single Artist’s Proof of each page available for sale.
These Artist’s Proofs were made in Austin, Texas using an Epson Stylus Photo 1400 printer on 11”x17” Strathmore 500 Series Plate Bristol. Each Artist’s Proof is signed and labelled by the artist.