DRAW! #31 (80 FULL-COLOR pages, $8.95), the professional “how-to”
magazine on comics and animation, busts some new moves, Philadelphia
Freedom style! It features how-to's and demos by Philly area artists JG
Jones (52, Final Crisis, Wanted, Batman and Robin) and Khoi Pham (The
Mighty Avengers, The Astonishing Spider-Man, The Mighty World of
Marvel). Plus regular contributor Jamar Nicholas gives his reviews of
art supplies, and we finish this jam-packed issue with Jerry Ordway
(demonstrating the "ORD-way" or drawing) and Comic Art Bootcamp by Draw!
editor Mike Manley (another local Philly resident) and Bret Blevins.
Grab a side of cheese fries, and enjoy this artistic belly buster!
My two shipping clerks just opened the my comp boxes of DRAW! Magazine NO. 23 which means its shipping into stores next Wednesday and subscription copies are in the mail.
Draw! #23 (84 pages with COLOR, $7.95) gets webbed up with top flight penciler Patrick Olliffe, as he demos how he produces such comics as Spider-Girl, his recent revival of Dark Horse's Mighty Samson, and digital comics for Marvel. Then, Jorge Khoury presents a comprehensive look at the career of Al Williamson, as the man and his work are remembered by Angelo Torres, Bret Blevins, Mark Schultz, Tom Yeates, Alex Ross, Rick Veitch, and others, including an examination of Al’s working process. Plus, there's another installment of Mike Manley and Bret Blevins’ “Comic Art Bootcamp”, a “Rough Critique” of a newcomer’s work by Bob McLeod, product and art supply reviews by "Crusty Critic" Jamar Nicholas, and more!
Draw! Magazine along with our sister publications has been nominated for an Eisner Award
Under the Best Comics Journalism heading
TwoMorrows Publications/ Alter Ego edited by Roy Thomas, Back Issue edited by Michael Eury, Draw
edited by Mike Manley, and Jack Kirby Collector edited by John Morrow
Featuring an in-depth interview with one of the top inkers of the modern age, SCOTT WILLIAMS! From his days at Marvel and Image, to his work with JIM LEE on such pivotal series as "Batman: Hush", Scott discusses his working process with editor Mike Manley, and shows he's an accomplished solo artist in his own right (as evidenced by this issue's striking cover). Then, Danny Fingeroth interviews superstar writer/artist FRANK MILLER about his career and working methods, including samples of Miller and KLAUS JANSON's working process, showing examples of their work from thumbnails and pencils to finished inks. Plus, there's another installment of MIKE MANLEY and BRET BLEVINS’ “Comic Art Bootcamp”, a “Rough Critique” of a newcomer’s work by BOB McLEOD, product and art supply reviews by "Crusty Critic" JAMAR NICHOLAS, and more!