From Frank Frazetta Fantasy Illustrated #7, here’s “…just passing by!” Alex Niño (1/2)
Thick black gutters are the new old black.
Some fight pages from Kentaro Miura’s new miniseries Gigantomakhia.
Diary comics from when I was in L.A. back in October.
Angie Wang organized a ladies’ drawing retreat in Big Bear, California. I’m really grateful to have been invited to the retreat, and I’ll remember it for the rest of my life.
As expected, workaholic, hands-on artist Hayao Miyazaki has been staying busy. This week, Japanese public television network NHK’s profile show Professional presented a look at the revered anime director. After showing his legendary labor and attention to detail working on his final anime movie, The Wind Rises, they showed how his qualified “retirement” includes works on a Warring States era samurai manga.
In a seperate interview, long time producer Toshio Suzuki mentioned that Miyazaki is likely going ahead laboring on the manga without having been paid a manuscript fee.
So the rumors seem to be true! Miyazaki is indeed working on a new manga. Check out the link for more photos from the interview!
Yep, it wasn’t just a rumor, it’s legit.
Koh Hong Teng
Nausicaä - Hayao Miyazaki
Takamura v. Hawk
Hajime no Ippo 395
shaman kang stupid raw
Ships on November 4th.
4 New Comics + Drawings by Patrick Kyle.
7 x 10, 52 pages, Risograph print on Pink, Orchid and Goldenrod Paper.
New Comics #2 officially debuts at Comic Arts Brooklyn on November 9th.
Tatsuyuki Tanaka’s Angel Oil Vol 2, from April 2007 issue of Quarterly S. Scanned and translated by me!