His 32 page and full color art book includes life drawing, concept art, sketch cards, and fully finished illustration. The books won’t be printed in time for Christmas, but you can still gift them with Ben’s own Gift Sloth! Just print out this friendly mammal and let your loved one know what delights to expect.
Back in April, Periscope’s Colleen Coover indulged her obsession an with an unlikely one page comic: a one page submission received at the Marvel offices 20 years ago, featuring Wolverine meeting Freddie Mercury. You can read about it here: http://www.colleencoover.net/?p=3071
She drew her own version, and it turned into a meme. There are lots of other artists’ versions of it out there, including a three-pager by our own Jesse Hamm. This one caught the eye of the original artist Rob Marsh, who told the story on his Facebook page.
Steve Lieber had some downtime on FCBD, so he did some sketches, including this Wolverine now available in our Etsy store.
A fine Wolverine-Freddie Mercury tribute by Anna Sahrling-Hamm. We like to think the bird is whistling “I Want it All.”
Anna Sahrling-Hamm has stepped up to the challenge!
I had to accept Collen Coover’s invitation to recreate this masterpiece. (There will be an inked version, eventually.)
If you haven’t started following Ben Dewey’s “Tragedy Series” tumblr, you should do so immediately.