Hard Eight (1996)
Final Day of the ‘Post 3 Pieces a Day’ Challenge.
DEAD LETTERS No. 5 - The debut of the saints of no where. Funny thing is the masks went from this this cover image to something a lot more creepy if you’re reading. There are hints in this image though.
Bonus: DEAD LETTERS No.6
DEAD LETTERS No. 7 - Coming out in less then 2 weeks!! I really proud of the work we put in on this issue and sad we can’t share anything yet. The preview will be debuting soon!
DEAD LETTERS No. 8 - Martin Lawrence described this issue best -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Br2_22e2RoU
That’s the whole second arc!! Issue 7, in your store Jan. 21st, Shammon!!
My last challenge goes out to the one and only Cathryn Virginia <3 Get ‘em girl!
Day 4 of the ‘Post 3 A Day’ Challenge:
GENESIS variant No.1 - I was asked by the incredible Alison Sampson to do a variant cover for her and Image Comics's GENESIS that came out last year, which is a gorgeous book if you don't have it. Another piece where I had a lot of fun playing with abstraction. I don't know it anyone noticed the creepy, twisted lady gnawing on the main character's head, but it was really fun to draw. Another breakthrough piece for me, personally.
DEAD LETTERS 06.06 - SPOILER ALERT: This whole scene allowed me to personify my brother and myself, given the dynamic between the two characters. Love you bro
THIS IS FOR MATILDA - a piece still very close to my heart. You can buy a print of it in the Out of Step Arts store,http://www.outofsteparts.bigcartel.com/artist/chris-visions .
Today I challenged the phenomenal Ming Doyle, one of my fellow gifted Out-Of-Steppers. 3 pieces a day for 5 days, challenging a new artist everyday.
every Season 1 episode of FRIENDS played on top of each other
OUT TODAY! Escape from New York #2 and Ghost #11
Snake Plissken meets the twin 12 year olds who are running Florida into the dirt with their psychotic den mother, Meemaw, and gets a tour through the retro-futuristic semi-apocalypse of the Sunshine State. While Elisa Cameron has to deal with the death of a friend and a growing rage-based impulse to kill every bad man she sees on the streets of Chicago as catharsis.
So, y’know, good time fun comics for you and yours.
Between the escalation of World War III and being Number One on America’s most wanted list, Snake Plissken jumps borders and finds himself in the seceded nation of Florida. While he may have escaped the USPF, Snake finds himself in the middle of a whole new level of political corruption.
Out tomorrow from Boom! Studios. Writing by me, Art by Diego Barreto, Colors by Marissa Louise, Cover by Declan Shalvey, Letters by Ed Dukeshire, Edited by Ian Brill.
Edge of Tomorrow (2014)
STEVE BARRON: Fleetwood Mac were, um, not easy to work with. They’d been through many relationship dynamics, shall we say, and those dynamics were strained at the time of “Hold Me.” Four of them—I can’t recall which four—couldn’t be together in the same room for long. They didn’t want to be there. I think Christine McVie was about ten hours getting out of the makeup trailer. By which time it was dark. That wasn’t a good video, that one.
SIMON FIELDS: “Hold Me” was a fucking nightmare, a horrendous day in the desert. John McVie was drunk and tried to punch me. Stevie Nicks didn’t want to walk on the sand with her platforms. Christine McVie was fed up with all of them. Mick thought she was being a bitch, he wouldn’t talk to her. They were a fractious bunch.
STEVIE NICKS: First of all, it was 110 degrees there in the desert, and I’m in flowing chiffon and platform boots with five inch heels, in a chaise lounge on a white sand dune, and I couldn’t leave until they got that shot. It was so hot, and we weren’t getting along. Lindsey Buckingham wasn’t happy with me because I’d broken up with him six years before. I’d had an affair with Mick Fleetwood, which was a secret until Mick told Lindsey, and Lindsey was horrified. Then Mick fell in love with my best friend, who left her husband for Mick, so I lost Mick and my best friend in one fell swoop. And everybody hated Mick because of what he had done to me. So it was a bad situation. My advice is, don’t ever go out with a rock star.
-from I Want My MTV: The Uncensored Story of the Music Video Revolution.