Here’s a look at the cover of next week’s Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet #6. Who doesn’t love to see Deadpool riding his faithful zombie dragon, Foul-cor?
And don’t forget— Come see me later today, from 6-9, where I’ll be signing at Forbidden Planet in NYC! More info here.
Check out what the reviews are saying about Deadpool:Dracula’s Gauntlet—
“Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet does actually manage to stand out as the best of the lot, of course, with its superior and already proven team on writing, and excellent work by brown, clean yet hectic, with accent on the comedic timing.” G33kingOut.com
“Pick up the whole series. It’s worth every last penny.” WeTheNerdy.com
“Reilly Brown does a great job with the art.” BamSmackPow.com
“If you haven’t gotten into this miniseries yet, DO IT! You’ll thank me later, I swear.” JekyllAHydeReview.blogspot.com
This ones old, but i guess i never posted it here. I fooled with it in PS but the original is pen and ink and water color. it’s like 9 by 14 or something. But since everyone GOTG crazy. i figured i’d add it t o my DA page. thanks for looking.
This Guardians of the Galaxy infinite comic that I worked on was just released today. http://www.comicvine.com/articles/guardians-of-the-galaxy-infinite-comics-one-shot-n/1100-149421/
Tim Seeley wrote it, I did all the storyboards, and Iban Coello and Jacopo Camagni finished the art off, along with Jim Charalampids on colors.
Check it, I’d love to hear what you think!
Deadpool: The Gauntlet – opening credits (issue 1)
Pick up some of my original art from Deadpool: Dracula’s Gauntlet, available at Anthony’s Comic Book Art!
Illustration of Johnny Depp.