Proxima Centauri and It Will All Hurt arrive in June with more wizards than you can shake a staff at.
§ Nice Art: Farel Dalrymple posted a promo image for his Patreon webcomics Proxima Centauri. He’s also signing at Image Expo sooooooooo… § R. Sikoryak is doing a cartoonist diary at TCJ about his book tour for The Unquotable Trump. Because it’s Sikoryak, every panel is drawn in a different art style. The above […]
Image Expo is coming and the latest revelation of attendees – Todd McFarlane, Gerry Duggan, John McCrea, Chris Sebela, Jody LeHeup, Brian Haberlin, Farel Dalrymple, and Rob Guillory- is a strong indicator that these creators will have new Image projects announced. The kind of annual one day event includes announcements of new projects , signings and panels, all focused on Image Comics’ […]
Get in on the ground floor of a new comic that everyone will be talking about Farel Dalrymple is the artist on the amazing book The Wrenchies, as well as Popgun War and the criminally OOP Omega the Unknown adaptation. He’s established hismefl as a worldbuilder with a unusualy resonant art style and a knock […]
Ok for St Paddy’s day, I know I’ve linked to this before, but About a Bull is a (sadly unfinished) webcomic that adapts the Tain Bo Cuailnge myth cycle, with Queen Maeve, the Cattle Raid of Cooley and other fun stuff. It’s written by M.K. Reed and drawn by her, Caroline Kelsey, Hilary Florido, Matt Wiegle […]
The cartoonist sits down with us to discuss the legacy and future of his legendary series.
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Brooklyn based indie Secret Acres has just announced a couple of new projects and one of them is like an alt.comix supergroup: MK Reed (Cute Girl Manifesto, Americus) will write and Farel Dalrymple (The Wrenchies, Omega the Unknown) will draw Palefire, due out this September, a fiery story set in high school that sounds like […]
By Harper Harris Farel Dalrymple, best known for his work on the alternative comics series, Pop Gun War at Dark Horse and his contributions to Brandon Graham and Simon Roy’s Prophet for Image (drawing the “John Prophet with a tail” chapters) has recently received critical raves for his latest original graphic novel: The Wrenchies for […]
The beautiful, complex art of Farel Dalrymple has been missing from the shelves in a major way for a while. His Popgun War was exquisite, and his adaptation of Omega the Unknown with Jonathan Lethem would be a comics classic if it were kept in print. Luckily, the Dalrymple Drought is about to end with […]