Busy Busy Busy

A quick update, as I seem to be forever drowning in an ocean of deadlines. For more up to date interaction, like my Facebook page at facebook.com/MichaelGarlandColors

You can currently find my colors gracing the pages of :

All-New Wolverine

#11-present. With Tom Taylor, Ig Guara, Nik Virella, Djibril Morissette-Phan, Leonard Kirk.

The Mighty Captain Marvel

With Margarat Stohl, Ramon Rosanas

Rocket (May 2017)

With Al Ewing, Adam Gorham

The Black Monday Murders, vol. 1

With Jonathan Hickman, Tomm Coker, Rus Wooton

Curse Words

#2-present. With Charles Soule, Ryan Browne

Moon Knight

#5-9. With Jeff Lemire and Wilfredo Torres.

Rocket and Groot

#8-10. With Nick Kocher and Michael Walsh.


The Last Stand of Robocop: The Last Stand

The first of several catch up posts. Yesterday, Robocop: The Last Stand #8 came out from Boom. Wrapping up the series, as well as my tenure coloring Detroit’s greatest hero not named Pavel Datsyuk. The book was a ton of fun. Sad to see it ending. But on to new and awesomer things!

Here’s some preview art for issues 6-8, which I had neglected to post for your viewing pleasure.

Issue 6

Issue 7

Issue 8

Chris Samnee Captain America

Oh, I also did this Chris Samnee Cap page for PnP (I’m coining that by the way) last week. Tried for something a bit more painterly with Chris stuff than he’s usually colored. I think it’s fairly successful, although seeing Matt Wilson’s gorgeous work over Chris in the Superman story that just came out, maybe I was wrong. You decide!

Matteo Scalera Sketches

I’ve been keeping busy between deadlines by messing around with these Matteo Scalera sketches I cribbed from his DA page. These were around 45-1hr each. All for practice and fun.

Matteo’s stuff is amazing, btw. If you’re not a fan, become one!

Stumptown Sample Pages

More new samples for your viewing pleasure: pages I colored for my portfolio of Matthew Southworth‘s work on Stumptown vol. 2. Which is an amazing book if you haven’t read it. Greg Rucka always writes a mean crime comic. And Rico Renzi‘s colors ain’t too shabby either.