Secret has finally wrapped up. It was an amazingly fulfilling book to work on with some of the best collaborators in the business – Jonathan Hickman and Ryan Bodenheim. Look for the trade collecting the entire 7 issue series at some point soon in a comic shop near you.
In the meantime, here’s some of the unlettered art for issues 6 and 7. As always, lines by Ryan Bodenheim and colors by yours truly.
Out with the old, in with the new. I also had the pleasure of coloring one of Boom’s Robocop one shots tying in to the new movie. There were 4 in total, with Ed Brisson, Emilio Laiso, ans myself bringing up the rear with Robocop: Beta. Telling the untold story of the failed Robocop before Alex Murphy. Sort of the black Captain America of the Robocop U. Except they’re both white guys.
Secret has returned to a (mostly) regular schedule. So breathe easy everybody! Issues 3 and 4 hit recently and issue 5 is in the can. (Working on 6 as I type this! Or… I should say, I’m supposed to be working on it.)
I posted a link to a lettered preview of 3 a while back, but here’s the unlettered preview pages for issues 3 and 4.
Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Merry New Years Eve, etc, etc.
While having lots of work is a wonderful thing, it also means things like blog posts fall down the priorities list. As such, I’ve got a bunch of stuff to post that you lovely visitors may have missed out on.
Deathmatch came to it’s end. It was a great experience. My first start to finish series. 12 issues – 264 pages. Working with Paul Jenkins, Carlos Magno and Eric Harburn has been a treat. Don’t know what I’ll do without it. Maybe not tear my hair out from all that detail.
Here’s a smattering of my favorite (non-spoilery) pages from the most recent couple issue.