So I’ve created a new blog here: http://marquebryant.tumblr.com/ and you’re all invited to check it out. I’ll be posting new collage pieces regularly, along with some other this, and other that; but mostly collages.
See you on the other side…
Fantastic Four #184 by Len Wein & George Perez
Splash page from “Black Widow” story in Bizarre Adventures #25 (Marvel Comics, March 1981). Artwork by Paul Gulacy.
“Mal Jones is a local web cartoonist and member of the DC Conspiracy whose story about the War of 1812, ” Burn, Washington, Burn,” appears in the District Comics anthology. His artwork also appears regularly in the free Magic Bullet comics newspaper.
For most of 2012, he’s been working on The Giant War web comic, which he describes thusly: “The concept is simple. One day humanity woke up to find themselves the second most dominant form of life on the planet. As insects are to man, humankind is to the Giants. What are they? Where did they come from? What do they want? No one knows and no one cares. The only question is, how do we make it through one more day?”“
From “Panther’s Quest, Part VI” in Marvel Comics Presents #18, May 1989. Art by Gene Colan and Tom Palmer. Words by Don McGregor.
“Panther’s Quest” has never been collected; the stories are scattered in eight-page installments that are no longer in print. But McGregor and Colan’s “Detectives, Inc.” stories are collected here.
Roughly 20 more copies need to be sold before Don McGregor’s royalties start kicking in. He and his family have had a number of health issues lately, so he could definitely use some extra income. Do you think we can make that happen before the holidays? If you reblog this, we can get the word out.
Jaffee is known for his sequential art in Mad as well as the classic “Fold-In” on the inside back cover of Mad for over 40 years.
Mister “Snappy Answers For Stupid Questions” himself, Al Jaffee will appear at Asbury Park Comicon on March 30th, 2013 at Convention on the boardwalk.