Some pencils from Fabio Moon from his and writer Kirsten Baldock's upcoming Smoke and Guns:
World Champion Boston Red Sox fans are reminded that Surviving Grady
is available at finer comic shops and bookstores with brains today. The chances of finding one in a retail establishment increases as you get closer to New England, with The Outer Limits at 463 Moody St. in Waltham and Comicopia
at 464 Commonwealth Ave. in the Kenmore (right behind the Fenway) being SG headquarters. The Surviving Grady
book has already taken in a day game:photo by Brad SearlesJason Rodriguez
plugs True Story Swear to God
and Smoke and Guns,
while Chad Nevett over at GraphiContent
has an excellent, excellent survey of the final chapter of Codeflesh
that should embarass everyone reading the article into reading the book. The fact that this undiscovered gem waits for you is simultaneously a wonder and a shame. A wonder in that you get to experience an innovative, groundbreaking technique in a seventy-year old art form, and a shame you haven't already encountered it.
But Nevett schools you all.
Kirsten and Fabio talk about Smoke and Guns
Here's a pic of Kirsten in full cigarette girl glory:Tell
me you're not ready to read this book right now.