Trends International has decided to produce another Marvel calendar featuring classic comic art from the Silver and Bronze Age, targeting older fans who grew up in the era (who are probably the same people who still hang physical calendars on their walls).
DC will celebrate the 68th birthday of one of the most influential artists in the history of the medium, George Pérez, with a two-page center spread in every DC comic book published this June.
Corben’s 35.5″ x 50.5″ painting from 1981 sold for seven times higher than Corben’s previous auction high.
Todd McFarlane’s classic Spider-Man art will be displayed in the 14″ x 21″ format, showcasing the dynamic movement and action that the artist is known for.
Marvel Comics, Abrams ComicArts, and Third Eye, Inc. have returned from the past once again with another psychedelic set of black light posters in Volume Two of the Marvel Classic Black Light Poster Portfolio.
Rude discussed the new sketchbook project, art tips, Nexus, comic strips, recent DC work, and life in general in this exclusive interview.