As fate would have it, my studio has been drenched. I had to dispose of many bookcases, supplies, books, amongst dealing with damaged goods. I haven’t had as much time to work on Rander stuff since I don’t have anywhere comfortable to work, so this week I am going to share something I was going to wait on. But why not get it out there today! Here is the finished cover to the upcoming Return to Rander 300 page complete edition! Let me know what you think!
Welcome back to Sunday in Rander. The past month has been pretty hectic. I had a new child! I started working on “The Lost Issue” of Return to Rander, and finished inking all pages of it. I started working on the new 6th chapter of the Graphic Novel and currently inking. And took a big chunk out of Skin Deep Part 2’s pages. Whoa! So, yes, “The Lost Issue”
As i mentioned in a few editions back, I will be putting out a new version of the Return to Rander graphic novel that is made more closely to how I envision it being distributed from now on. I did mention that it will be 285 pages, but I decided to add in another 15 more pages. These 15 pages make up “The Lost Issue”. It will be an added chapter into the main story that takes place between issues 2 and 3. So, this week I will share page 1’s artwork with everyone. So, back to changing diapers, inking pages and not sleeping.
Hey everyone, I haven’t posted as much as I usually do, I seem to be more active on instagram more so than anything else. This past weekend was Boston Comic Con! This was my 6th consecutive year tabling in artist’s alley. Once again, I had a great time at the show, I got to table with my best buds, Joe Dax, Joel Lolar, Rian Miller and Brian Wiener. This year Rian and I debuted “Skin Deep” #1. It sold fairly well, we are anxious to hear what people think! I also debuted Return to Rander The Blood Isle #1. Didn’t sell as much as I wished, but got some returning fans to pick it up. And of course, I was given the amazing opportunity to be in the Boston Comic Con Tick Issue with a short story I wrote and drew. On Saturday I shared the table signing copies with my buddy Ian Nichols who drew the cover. We did a few jam pieces on the boards of the comics that we sold for people. What a great experience meeting true tick fans with stories of their own about the tick! I also got to meet some really great creators such as Daniel Warren Johnson, who was very nice and supporting. Ryan Bodenheim also was nice enough to give me the time to take time out of his weekend to have a few conversations about making comics including advice. Thanks Ryan! Knowing that Boston Comic Con is under new ownership, I look foward to being a part of Boston Comic Con in the future in some form. Please check out the photos below!