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Comics Illustrator of the Week: Zander Cannon

Comics Illustrator of the Week: Zander Cannon

Featured Art(top):   Kaijumax Season 4 #1

Origin: Zander Cannon started out his career as one of the indy/self-publishing darlings of ’90’s comics with his original series The Replaceent God.  Later, he’d reach mainstream notoriety working with legendary writer Alan Moore on Top Ten & SMAX the Adventurer.  Currently, he’s garnering many a glowing review for his “Godzilla”/video-game inspired series Kaijumax!

Base of Operations:  Minneapolis

Media:  pencils, pen/ink

Credits:  Double Barrel, Heck, Justice League: Trinity War, Little Nemo: Dream Another Dream, Phantom Stranger, and many more!

Links:  @zander_cannon  ::   kaijumax.com

For more comics related art, you can follow me on my website comicstavern.com – Andy Yates

Comics Illustrator of the Week: Ashley M. Witter

Comics Illustrator of the Week: Ashley M. Witter

Featured Art(top):   Star Wars: Doctor Aphra #20 Cover A

Origin:  What if the human race died off and the animals left behind became self aware and intelligent?  That’s the premise behind Ashley M. Witter and writer Ash Maczko’s brain-child, Squarriors!  As the squirrel and fox clan wars rage on, so does Ashley M. Witter’s career doing some of her best work on Marvel’s Star Wars: Doctor Aphra covers & many other titles.

Base of Operations:  Chicago, IL

Media:  pen/ink, digital paint

Credits:   Bloodthirsty, Gothology Vols. 1 & 2, Scorch, Street Fighter Unlimited, and many more!

Links:  @AshleyMWitter  ::  ashleywitter.com

For more comics related art, you can follow me on my website comicstavern.com – Andy Yates

Comics Illustrator of the Week: Rafael Grampá

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Comics Illustrator of the Week: Karl Kerschl

Comics Illustrator of the Week: Karl Kerschl

Featured Art(top):   Isola #2 Cover B(2018)

Origin:  A couple decades into his comics career, with many accolades earned along the way(Joe Shuster Award 2010, Eisner Award 2011, etc), Karl Kerschl has, perhaps, embarked on his greatest achievement yet as a storyteller; the brand new original fantasy series, Isola.  With words by longtime bud/collaborator Brandan Fletcher and dazzling colors by Msassyk this looks to be an epic, animated journey on paper!

Base of Operations: Canada

Media:  pen/ink

Credits:  The Abominable Charles Christopher, Dreamworks Animation, Gotham Academy, Netflix, and many more!

Links:  karlkerschl.com  ::  @karlkerschl

For more comics related art, you can follow me on my website comicstavern.com – Andy Yates

Comics Illustrator of the Week: Jane Mai


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