This week Avatar released a nice inexpensive ($3.99), comic art book, called The Art of Paul Duffield, showcasing Freakangels artist, Paul Duffield's art (of course). Pages and pages of lovely images.
I'd have to say that Paul Duffield has quicky become one of my favorite artists. His style reminds me of Josh Middleton, but Duffield does great work and does it on a regular basis (I understand that not all artists can produce on a nine to five schedule, but there are some artists whose work you see so infrequently that makes us art lovers go through withdrawals).
I don't know what Paul Duffield has done before being the artist for Freakangels, but as more and more people discover him, he's going to be quite the hot ticket. He's been doing Freakangels online with writer Warren Ellis (six pages every week!) and a couple of months ago, Avatar released the first print volume of Freakangels, of which I already gave a huge thumbs up to in a blog entry last year.
Happy New Comics Wednesday 1/17/18 - James Robinson's Trinity, an EXCELLENT issue of Kill Or Be Killed, a great new odd tiitle, Ice Cream Man!, Batman, Superman edition!
And a great Superman tear-jerker!
Tomorrow, Saturday, November 5th, from 10-4pm, the fourth annual Vegas Valley Comic Book Festival will be happening and it won't be as ...
I'm thankful for many things, not just today, but every day. I'm thankful for Kate, my wife, my many friends outside of my store a...
Happy New Comics Wednesday 2/22/17 - Jamses Robinson's last issue of Scarlet Witch!, Justice League of America #1, new Rucka Image title, Old Guard, Wonder Woman, Fix, Thanos, IVX edition!BIG SALE on Marvel Omnibuses!! Bonus Shade photo, he's five months old!