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Posts Tagged ‘Cat Yronwode’


Heap Horrors My Worst Pro Comic Book Cover After Theodore Sturgeon‘s “It,” but before Swamp Thing or Man-Thing, there was The Heap… I just finished two Heap paintings I’m pretty happy with (and, more importantly, the publisher is happy with). One of them will appear as a cover later this year; more on that once [...]


Whither Miracleman? Or; How Miracleman Was the Least of Problems for Eclipse Comics by December 1993… See, the comics scene was crazy in 1993. Really, crazy. Amid all the craziness, I don’t think many folks gave a rat’s ass at that moment about who owned Miracleman, other than Neil Gaiman and Mark Buckingham, who had [...]


Forgotten Comics Wars Or: How Angry Freelancers Made It Possible for A New Mainstream Comics Era (Including Vertigo) to Exist, Part 10 __________________________________ [My plate for the Comic Book Legal Defense Fund Portfolio, Summer 1987; ¬©1987, 2010 Stephen R. Bissette] Before this saga reached its nominal conclusion in the summer of 1987, it’s worth noting [...]


Grumm! The Boy & His Monster That Didn’t See Print, Part 3 (Final) See Friday’s and yesterday’s post; here’s the last of what I care to share of the expansive Grumm proposal art. There’s more, but this’ll wrap up this flashback, folks. The above was a sizing chart working from the initial Grumm character design [...]


Grumm! The Boy & His Monster That Didn’t See Print More discoveries being shared with you from last weekend’s marathon (and still incomplete) SpiderBaby Archives original artwork sort/bag/label/file frenzy, and another blast from the past circa 1983: Years before Pitt, there was — Grumm! Or, rather, there wasn’t any¬†Grumm. This is yet another of the [...]


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