Here’s a comic I drew that will be published in Prophet at some point in the future. It’s written by Sean Witzke, and colored by Sloane Leong(the best company I could ask to collaborate with, follow them already).
This was so fun to make. Prophet is my all out favorite monthly comic, and I’m honored and excited to be printed alongside such inspiring work.
EDIT: Much thanks to Jared Lewis who did color-flatting for it. Flatters go unsung way too often. It’s capital w WORK, and besides Jared is somebody you should definitely be looking into.
Hello, I really like your art but have never read a thing you have drawn. Where would you recommend I start? Side question: have you ever drawn a thing with gay people? I like having gay people in my comics.
Basil Wolverton’s Powerhouse Pepper, from the Fantagraphics collection published in 1994.
Originally drawn in the 1940’s, this stuff is super bizarre, and it’s hard to imagine who he was writing it for. It’s almost as hard to imagine a company publishing it, but you have to assume the editors simply didn’t care, since it was for kids. Think of the images of golden age comics and try to fit this in with them. It doesn’t.