SINAGRACE
theveronicamarsmovie:

A sketch of Veronica by SinaGrace. Borrowed with love from deviantART.

The Internet found an old Veronica Mars drawing I did! So pumped for the movie, but have to wait ‘til next next week for a party/ viewing.

theveronicamarsmovie:

A sketch of Veronica by SinaGrace. Borrowed with love from deviantART.

The Internet found an old Veronica Mars drawing I did! So pumped for the movie, but have to wait ‘til next next week for a party/ viewing.

edbrisson:

Alright folks. This is it. The final push! Final orders for THE FIELD #1 are due on Monday, March 10th. That’s in just a few short days.
If you haven’t asked your LCS to carry the book, please do.
I’ve said it before, but I’m saying it again: I’m immensely proud of this book and thing that readers are really going to dig it. You’ve got an underwear clad amnesiac; and ex-Bible salesman on a meth induced murder spree; a bunch of bad assed bikers and a cavorting crew of cosplayers on a quest to save civilization. What more could you ask for? We’ve got Simon (PROPHET, JAN’S ATOMIC HEART) Roy’s incredible art between (and on) the covers. We’ve got the amazing Simon Gough throwing down some sick, sick colors. Published by Image Comics.
So, please, walk on down to your LCS and make sure that they’ve got your back.
All retumbls and retweets and repostings of any sort are greatly appreciated.Diamond Order Code: FEB140485Page 206 of your February Previews Catalog
Need more convincing? Check out these interviews/previews:
Multiversity: How To Survive Waking Up Naked and Confused In a “Field,” with Ed Brisson [Interview]
CBR: Brisson & Roy Unleash A Darkly Comedic Crime Spree in “The Field”

Folks, here’s why I support Ed Brisson’s endeavors:When I met Ed, I was still an Editor for an Image Comics imprint. At Fan Expo Toronto, I was walking through artists alley or small press, and saw a gorgeously put-together project called MURDER BOOK sitting on a pristinely set-up booth. The writer, Ed Brisson, was there, polite and courteous. I grabbed the first two books and immediately showed some co-workers. How did such a gorgeous book exist and I didn’t know about it!? 
I blame Canada.
Ed’s work was great. As we began communicating, seeing if there was a professional future together, I got to witness firsthand the pinnacle of professionalism: his correspondence was always prompt, polite, and never-prodding. We didn’t get anything off the ground, but I was more than happy to see what Ed did when his first Shadowline project, The Comeback, did. As his projects grew in scope and praise, they remained unified in providing readers with an intimacy of character. With Ed Brisson, you feel like you know the characters a little too well, which makes it hard when they’re put through the troubles that come with being nestled in a noir, sci-fi, slice-of-life, or horror story.To this day, Ed is a consummate professional, and an eager talent seeking to be the best version of himself. He’s got a couple of projects going on right now that he’s CRUSHING, and I can’t wait for THE FIELD to make its way to my comic shop. Please, order Ed’s book, and become as big a fan as I am.

edbrisson:

Alright folks. This is it. The final push! Final orders for THE FIELD #1 are due on Monday, March 10th. That’s in just a few short days.

If you haven’t asked your LCS to carry the book, please do.

I’ve said it before, but I’m saying it again: I’m immensely proud of this book and thing that readers are really going to dig it. You’ve got an underwear clad amnesiac; and ex-Bible salesman on a meth induced murder spree; a bunch of bad assed bikers and a cavorting crew of cosplayers on a quest to save civilization. What more could you ask for? We’ve got Simon (PROPHET, JAN’S ATOMIC HEART) Roy’s incredible art between (and on) the covers. We’ve got the amazing Simon Gough throwing down some sick, sick colors. Published by Image Comics.

So, please, walk on down to your LCS and make sure that they’ve got your back.

All retumbls and retweets and repostings of any sort are greatly appreciated.

Diamond Order Code: FEB140485
Page 206 of your February Previews Catalog

Need more convincing? Check out these interviews/previews:

Multiversity: How To Survive Waking Up Naked and Confused In a “Field,” with Ed Brisson [Interview]

CBR: Brisson & Roy Unleash A Darkly Comedic Crime Spree in “The Field”

Folks, here’s why I support Ed Brisson’s endeavors:

When I met Ed, I was still an Editor for an Image Comics imprint. At Fan Expo Toronto, I was walking through artists alley or small press, and saw a gorgeously put-together project called MURDER BOOK sitting on a pristinely set-up booth. The writer, Ed Brisson, was there, polite and courteous. I grabbed the first two books and immediately showed some co-workers. How did such a gorgeous book exist and I didn’t know about it!? 

I blame Canada.

Ed’s work was great. As we began communicating, seeing if there was a professional future together, I got to witness firsthand the pinnacle of professionalism: his correspondence was always prompt, polite, and never-prodding. We didn’t get anything off the ground, but I was more than happy to see what Ed did when his first Shadowline project, The Comeback, did. As his projects grew in scope and praise, they remained unified in providing readers with an intimacy of character. With Ed Brisson, you feel like you know the characters a little too well, which makes it hard when they’re put through the troubles that come with being nestled in a noir, sci-fi, slice-of-life, or horror story.

To this day, Ed is a consummate professional, and an eager talent seeking to be the best version of himself. He’s got a couple of projects going on right now that he’s CRUSHING, and I can’t wait for THE FIELD to make its way to my comic shop. 

Please, order Ed’s book, and become as big a fan as I am.

Make sure you order a copy of Self-Obsessed! Out 4/2 from @imagecomics (at Graffiti Sublime Coffee)

Make sure you order a copy of Self-Obsessed! Out 4/2 from @imagecomics (at Graffiti Sublime Coffee)

Favorite pastime? Signing cards! Look out for the #kepi trading card set from mhoponhop.com, and Facebook.com/mhoponhop !

Favorite pastime? Signing cards! Look out for the #kepi trading card set from mhoponhop.com, and Facebook.com/mhoponhop !

Me at the Cibo Matto concert this past Monday. 

buffythroughmyeyes:

S2E1

for billypeace 

jamesasmus:

When working on putting together the show that became CRYPTID: Swamp Beast for History Channel, we heard many, many wild and creepy first-hand accounts from locals. 

To go along with the show’s launch I wanted to adapt a particularly juicy story one man shared with us as a comic!

Adaptation: James Asmus    Art: Sina Grace    Letters: Crank!

(PS - Feel free to repost (as long as you keep the credits & show info) anywhere you like.  And check out the show on demand or as it airs, Mondays at 10pm!)

Loved working with James on this Cryptid horror comic!

Comps of BTO3 are here! And I’m wearing red pants!!!

Comps of BTO3 are here! And I’m wearing red pants!!!

burlypress:

Fan Art Friday a day early!

This was inspired by the arcade-fight-style action epic Burn The Orphanage by sinagrace and Daniel Freedman (from Image Comics)! It’s an homage to the book as well as taking a tip off the arcade aspect of the book and recreating the shitty crazy carpet and excessive neon that exist in my memory from every arcade I ever frequented as a kid.

Love this book! Can’t wait for the third issue! If you haven’t read, it’s the story of Rock (center) with his friends Lex (left) and Bear (right) as they fight their way through to who burnt down Rock’s orphanage when he was young, and the demonic plot behind it. The first chapter was very reminiscent of Streets of Rage while the second was very Mortal Kombat… can’t wait to see how the third book wraps everything together!

Love this burn the orphanage drawing!

burlypress:

Fan Art Friday a day early!

This was inspired by the arcade-fight-style action epic Burn The Orphanage by sinagrace and Daniel Freedman (from Image Comics)! It’s an homage to the book as well as taking a tip off the arcade aspect of the book and recreating the shitty crazy carpet and excessive neon that exist in my memory from every arcade I ever frequented as a kid.

Love this book! Can’t wait for the third issue! If you haven’t read, it’s the story of Rock (center) with his friends Lex (left) and Bear (right) as they fight their way through to who burnt down Rock’s orphanage when he was young, and the demonic plot behind it. The first chapter was very reminiscent of Streets of Rage while the second was very Mortal Kombat… can’t wait to see how the third book wraps everything together!

Love this burn the orphanage drawing!

Check out this video of me inking a new SELF-OBSESSED page REAL FAST. 

The video is synced up to Dum Dum Girls’ “Too True to be Good,” from their new album Too True, out now!

Thanks to Alex Wilson for shooting and editing this beauty!

SELF-OBSESSED arrives in stores on 4/2, and will be available for $3.99. It can be pre-ordered using Diamond Code: FEB140508.

xS