Take A Look At The Art Processes Of Some Of The World’s Finest Comic Artists And Illustrators
Masters Of Comics is a lavish book written by Tripwire’s editor-in-chief Joel Meadows looking at the way that over 20 of the world’s best comic artists and illustrators work including the like of Bill Sienkiewicz, Walter Simonson, Frank Quitely, Sean Phillips and many others. It is officially out on 4 June but there will be early copies at the Tripwire table at Portsmouth Comic Con on 4 and 5 May…
Go inside the masters’ studios and explore the creative spaces and processes of the legendary artists who brought you Batman, Spider-Man, Superman, Game Of Thrones, Legion, and more!
Readers are invited into the studio spaces of some of the most popular and prolific comic artists in the world. Through dynamic photography and exclusive interviews, Masters of Comics (Insight Editions; 4 June 2019; $24.99) offers a rare, personal look at these artists’ unique creative environments—spaces in which some of the greatest comics and graphic novels of the last 50 years took shape. Curated by Joel Meadows, editor of Tripwire Magazine, the book includes chapters on such legends as Milo Manara (The Ape, Click), Bill Sienkiewicz (New Mutants, Legion), Walter Simonson (Thor, Fantastic Four), and more.
The first in a series focusing on artists at work in a variety of mediums and industries,Masters of Comics offers a glimpse behind the veil, shining new light on the artistic process. It’s the ultimate backstage pass for comic fans, as well as a wonderful learning tool for aspiring artists wishing to learn from the greats.
here’s the line-up of every artist featured in the book:
Rafael Albuquerque, Laurence Campbell, Travis Charest, Frank Cho, Dave Johnson, Michael William Kaluta, John Paul Leon, Milo Manara, Shawn Martinbrough, Dan Panosian, Sean Phillips, Frank Quitely, Eduardo Risso, P Craig Russell, Tim Sale, Yuko Shimuzu, Bill Sienkiewicz, Posy Simmonds, Walter Simonson, William Simpson and JH Williams III with an introduction by Mark Verheiden
Tickets are still available for Portsmouth but people need to book soon to make sure they get one