The Dregs got a lot of love last year and we ended up on a fair amount of ‘Top Comics of 2017’ lists. Lonnie, Zac, Dee and I worked our butts off on that series, so it’s heartening to see all the appreciation. Here are all the sites that put The Dregs on their […]
The Dregs TPB, collecting all 4 issues is now in stores! Contact your local comic shop if you want to purchase a copy. It’s written by Lonnie Nadler and Zac Thompson, illustrated by Eric Zawadzki and coloured by Dee Cunniffe. THE DREGS (W) Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson (A/CA) Eric Zawadzki A gentrified city. Its homeless […]
I recently contributed an article to an issue of PanelxPanel breaking down my process on The Dregs. PanelxPanel is a digital magazine created by Hass Otsmane-Elhaou that looks at comics as an art form through interviews and essays. It’s a true celebration of the medium and I highly recommend checking it out.
The Dregs #4 will be available in stores on June 28. THE DREGS #4 (W) Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson (A/CA) Eric Zawadzki An archetype lost in architecture. This is how the story ends whether you like it or not. In Shops: 06/28/2017 – $3.99
The Dregs #3 will be available in stores on April 26th. THE DREGS #3 (W) Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson (A/CA) Eric Zawadzki (CLR) Dee Cunniffe A city with a past, a girl with no present and a hero with no future. In Shops: 4/26/2017 – $3.99
I recently chatted with Kyle Welch at Multiversity Comics about my process behind some pages for The Dregs #2. Check it out.
The Dregs #2 will be available in stores on March 1st. THE DREGS #2 (W) Lonnie Nadler, Zac Thompson (A/CA) Eric Zawadzki (CLR) Dee Cunniffe Where are the homeless people going? Is this issue any closer to a real detective story? The hidden symbols will show the way. In Shops: 03/01/2017 – $3.99
I approach every page with the same set of rules: The first person to speak should be on the left, action should move left to right, you need to establish the setting clearly, you need to establish the spacial relation between objects and figures, and the biggest moment of the page should be the biggest […]
More and more I’m finding that in the eyes of many readers, the artist’s credit in the creation of a comic is diminished in favor of the writer. It seems to be the perception that all the artist really does is draw exactly what the writer tells them to do and that artists are largely […]
It’s a brand new year, so with that comes new goals, and one of mine is to start blogging more about my art. I’m going to make a concerted effort to blog every Monday about general comic industry stuff, my experiences, art that I love and my personal art process. I’ll be putting some of […]