To all our fans and followers, Happy Festive Seasonal Gifts Family Inclement Weather and Hopefully Not Too Much Stress Time! On the table this week we have a new page of Trekker from Ron Randall, Natalie Nourigat’s birthday (have you SEEN her movie review comics?), and The 12
Days Months of Christmas Ron Chan’s Art.
Mercy springs into action in this week’s installment of Trekker. Click through for the whole story!
Twilight Breaking Dawn is just one of the many quality cinema experiences reviewed by Ms. Nourigat.
Draw Ron, Draw!
If you enjoyed Ron Randall’s Monsters and Dames piece in yesterday’s Roundup, be sure to take a gander at his in-depth process post on the Trekker Blog. And remember, you can catch a new page of Trekker for free every Monday!
Fans of Emerald City Comicon’s Monsters and Dames art book will get a giant helping of Periscope goodness at the 2013 convention. This year’s charity publication will feature pinups from Ron Randall, Cat Farris, Rich Ellis (not pictured), Paul Guinan, Ben Dewey, AND Dylan Meconis! A monstrous display of artistic prowess.
Ron Randall pits his bountyhunting heroine Mercy St. Claire against a giant aquatic millipede.
Cat Farris depicts a friendly base jumping expedition gone wrong.
Paul Guinan sends Boilerplate and friends deep into an icy wasteland.
Ben Dewey’s Swamp Woman is rife with dark portents.
Dylan Meconis encourages young ladies of an adventurous disposition to take to the sky.
You can pick up a copy of the book at Emerald City, or bid in the charity auction for original pieces! Keep your eyes peeled.
This Halloween boasts a frightful amount of comics debuting from our studio members! Read on for links and preview images of our latest projects:
City of the Dead – Ron Randall, Karl Kesel, and Grace Allison
Husbands #2 – Natalie Nourigat
Wander #2 – Grace Allison
The Stars Below – Rich Ellis
Memorial: Imaginary Fiends #3 - Rich Ellis and Grace Allison
Preview: Colder #1 – Paul Tobin
Interview: City of the Damned - Jeremy Barlow
Periscope has donated some art to Wonder Woman Day 2010, an art auction benefiting womens shelters. Contributors include Periscope’s Aaron McConnell, Cat Farris, Rich Ellis, Ron Chan, Ron Randall, and Steve Lieber! Ron’s drawing has been picked for the poster for this year’s event:
Over at his spiffy Busiek.com site, Kurt Busiek has just posted a proposal that he and Ron Randall put together. There’s some sweet Randall art along with an intriguing Kurt concept.
The second day of Wolverine 100 week and we have a card by Ron Randall done for The Hero Initiative.
While still busily working on the graphic novels “Silence & Co” and “Anne Steelyard”, Ron Randall found the time to execute this new propoasl art, and Jonathan Case took time away from his goreous work on “Sea Freak” to add the colors:
Here are some fun new images that can be gazed upon at Ron’s shiny new website www.ronrandall.com. Take a gander and explore!
First is a page from “Silence & Co” for Crystal Publishing and second is a page from Anne Steelyard book 2 from Pennyfarthing Press.
I urge you to check out the new website for more of his great work!
Silence & Co page byRon Randall
Anne Steelyard book 2 page by Ron Randall