Thursday, March 31, 2011
Full color, 11 x 17 prints of this will be available at this year's MoCCA Fest in NYC on April 9th and 10th. I'll be at booth H2 along with same size prints of Batman, Zombie Batman and others. Preorder your tickets!
Rorschach © DC Entertainment
Art work © Frank Reynoso, Mar. 2011, All Rights Reserved
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Batman © DC Entertainment
Artwork © Frank Reynoso, Mar. 2011, All Rights Reserved
Friday, March 25, 2011
Tuesday, March 22, 2011
A commission for a friend: Zombie Batman.
Fully colored prints of this one will be available at MoCCA Fest 2011.
Batman © DC Comics
© Frank Reynoso, Mar. 2011, All Rights Reserved
Monday, March 21, 2011
Friday, March 11, 2011
Thursday, March 10, 2011
And while you're at it, read their first book at their site.
Why Kickstarter May Save Independent Comic Books: Q&A With Author Mark Andrew Smith
By Dave Banks
When we first read The New Brighton Archeological Society two years ago, we immediately recognized what a great story was being told. Finally, here was an all ages graphic novel that treated kids intelligently and was really entertaining at the same time.
So we were surprised to see that the sequel was going to require some Kickstarter funding to get going. Surely a critical darling like The New Brighton Archeological Society didn’t need funding to get off the ground, did it? To find out more, we asked the book’s author, Mark Andrew Smith, about the New Brighton saga, Kickstarter, and the state of all ages’ books today.
New Brighton Archeological Society Image © Mark Andrew Smith, Mar. 2011