Bam! My advanced copy of the TPB just arrived. In stores on April 9. Or you can order right now, right here at a sweet sale price!
Two full-length Trekker stories and a pin-up section by artists from Dustin Weaver and Pete Woods to Mark Schultz and Steve Lieber.
Today I get to brag on another special treat: this astonishing piece of guest art that will be featured in the Avalon Bay TPB (out April 9, remember?) pin-up section. This gorgeous image of Mercy is by the shockingly talented, award-winning Jonathan Case. Jonathan established himself as a unique and gifted voice from his first published work, the brilliant GN "Dear Creature", from TOR books. Since then he’s won awards for works like "The Green River Killer", and lately he’s been electrifying the comics world with his fresh, vibrant take on "Batman ‘66". An incredible run of projects— and Jonathan is just getting started! I feel blessed to have such generous and talented artists as my friends and colleagues.
Snapshot of a panel from the next Trekker story: “Jekka”. Mercy receives a revelation that will change her world in ways she can’t yet see.
Having a great time shaping this story, and can’t wait to get it out to you all. It’ll start running at trekkercomic.com right after the current Avalon Bay wraps up in April!
Watercolors on a Trekker commission for ECCC. I dearly love getting to muck about with watercolor.
Here’s a completely iconic, completely unique take on Mercy St. Clair from the delightfully talented Cat Farris. This piece will also appear in the Avalon Bay TPB, coming right up on April 9! Cat’s art comes from a place that is so rich and different from my own that her work constantly surprises me with its freshness and energy. AND she has just launched her own adventure/fantasy webcomic, The Last Diplomat. Perfect timing! Check it out now!
This terrific TREKKER pin-up by comics wizard Ron Chan will be features in the Avalon Bay TPB, coming from Dark Horse on April 9! Ron’s an incredibly imaginative artist with crazy technical skills to match his vision. And I’m lucky enough to share a studio with him. Besides a ton of great commercial work and storyboards, Ron’s comic work includes the recent, craze-filled Plants vs Zombies: Lawnmageddon.
Detail from page 324 of Family Man. Nerts, I set this to go up this morning, but Tumblr ate it! You can still enjoy it now, though.
Dylan’s work just gets more and more elegant and expressive. A pleasure to read.
do you have an art book of doodles/sketches/finished works? ;0;