Finally wrapping up the last few remainingÂ pledge packages for myÂ Zombie Boy Comics Vol. 1: Some Kind of HorribleÂ Kickstarter, and I thought I’d send along a photo showing you the devastation it wreaked upon my studio space. Most all of the pledges have been filled, I’m just tying up all the loose ends now. It’s amazing I was able to get anything done in a mess like this, isn’t it?
Ain’t this grand? Presented to me by the fabulous cartoonist Luke P., this amazing illustration of Zombie Boy just sparkles inÂ glorious black and white tones! Luke is the creator of Homeworld, which he describes as “aÂ strip about loneliness,Â idiocy and enwonderment.”
His bold line work and succulent screen tones are rooted in a good,Â firmÂ foundation of top notch drawing, and inspired by classic comics strips such asÂ Peanuts,Â Krazy Kat, and Alley Oop. Check out his blog, and look for the release of his upcoming longer form Homeworld tale here.
Follow Luke on Twitter: @LukePski
Award-winning graphic designer, illustrator and cartoonist, Joe GillespieÂ illustrated this gem for me when I was promoting my Kickstarter. Joe is the creator of Lil’Â Yellow, and Night Ninja (along with his co-creator, writer and son, William), which you can see here. See Joe’s excellent design work here.
Follow Joe on Twitter: @4545creative
Here’s a special treat from my brother like no other, Drewvis, world-renowned musician and artist unparalleled! Drewvis is a creative wunderkind, he writes and performs his own music (you can hear some of his music here), he’s an incredibly original artist (see his art here), and a multimedia producer, specializing in graphic design and illustration. This delightful pixelated Zombie Boy is a joy, so fun to look at! Can’t you just see him throwing skull bombs in his own video game? Thanks, Drewvis!
Follow Drewvis on Twitter: @Drewvis_UK
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When we last left Zombie Boy, he and his terrapin pal jettisoned themselves out of a terrarium completely overrun with angry, territorialÂ Aqua Monkeys. I will be returning to the “Reverse Curse”Â storyline this month, but in the meantime enjoy this delightful delineation by John Wright. John really captured the angst of Zombie Boy in his cursed half frog, half rat state! You can begin reading the “Reverse Curse” storyline here.