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David Gallaher on High Moon and More!

Posted in Art, Comics, and Horror

David Gallaher was recently interviewed by Stefan Blitz for Forces of Geek.  Gallaher (who along with artist Steve Ellis) talks about their Harvey Award-winning series, High Moon and more.  You can read the interview here.

As for High Moon you can get it at the link that follows – and I recommend that you do!  High Moon Volume 1: Bullet Holes and Bite Marks

 

Neal Adams Presents “Batman vs Elmer Fudd” by Tom King and Lee Weeks

Posted in Art, Comics, Crime, and Humor

Batman vs Elmer Fudd.

Sounds stupid, right?  No way in the world this could be an excellent comic book, right?

Wrong.  Way wrong.

Written by Tom King with art by Lee Weeks, Batman vs Elmer Fudd is an amazingly good comic.  Since it sold out of it’s initial print run, if you want to get a copy you’re probably out of luck.  However comics legend Neal Adams has created a video homage that is worth a watch.

Source: Neal Adams.

Barry Windsor Smith’s Classic Tupenny Conan Portfolio

Posted in Art, Books, and Comics

If you’ve never seen Barry Windsor Smith’s Tupenny Conan Portfolio, you’re in for a treat.  Even if you have seen it, you may want to click over to feast your eyes on seven pieces of art by the person many folks consider to be the premier Conan artist, Barry Windsor Smith.

Source: The Bristol Board.

Dan Panosian, Down-But-Not-Out Boxers and “Killing Me Softly”

Posted in Art, Comics, Crime, and Movies

Dan Panosian recently sat down (or perhaps he stood up) for an interview with Adventures in Poor Taste to talk about his new series Slots.

I’ve always enjoyed Panosian’s art and he’s a great guy so there’s that.  In the interview I discovered that Dan’s a fan of the film Killing Them Softly.  I thought I was the only one.  So there’s another reason to like Dan.  If you check out the interview, I’ll bet you’ll find a couple for yourself.

A “Die Hard” Christmas

Posted in Art, Crime, and Movies

If you have a hard-to-buy-for Die Hard fan in your life, then A Die Hard Christmas: The Illustrated Holiday Classic by Doogie Horner (author), and J.J. Harrison (artist) may be just what you need.

And if A Die Hard Christmas: The Illustrated Holiday Classic is a home run, then the 80 page Die Hard: The Authorized Coloring and Activity Book from 20 Century Fox should be worth a couple of bases.  (Not sure where the baseball analogy came from.  On that I struck out.)

 

Guillermo del Toro & Ron Perlman’s Hellboy vs Neil Marshall & David Harbour’s Hellboy

Posted in Art, Celebs, Comics, Horror, and Movies

This shot of David Harbour as Hellboy is making the rounds because of how well it looks to capture Mignola’s Hellboy.

Some folks are upset that Ron Perlman and Guillermo del Toro won’t be coming back to complete their Hellboy trilogy.  I was disappointed as well, but that won’t stop me from seeing Neil Marshall’s darker, rated-R version.

I’ve also seen complaints that Harbour’s Hellboy looks like Perlman’s Hellboy.  Ok.  Let’s think about that for a second.  They’re both playing the same character, so shouldn’t they look similar?

I’m a fan of Perlman and Guillermo del Toro’s Hellboy and hope to be of  Marshall & Harbour’s Hellboy as well.

Hellboy directed by Neil Marshall, starring David Harbour, Mila Jovovich, Ian McShane and Daniel Dae Kim premieres January 11, 2019.