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Just West of the Mississippi...

 


Thanks to everyone at Wizard World St. Louis for making it a great show!

 

See you in Chicago!!!

 

 

 

 

 

Day of the Dead...

 

 
The Walking Dead #1 Wizard World Comic Con St. Louis Exclusive Variant Cover by Gerhard
All 1-Day & 3-Day General Admission attendees will receive a limited-edition, exclusive cover variant of The Walking Dead  #1 by Gerhard! Artist will be on hand to sign (autograph fees may apply). Extremely limited quantities are available to fans only while supplies last!

All VIP attendees will receive (2) limited-edition, exclusive cover variants of The Walking Dead #1! A Regular cover and Sketch Black & White Cover by Gerhard! Artist will be on hand to sign (autograph fees may apply). Extremely limited quantities are available to VIP’s only while supplies last!
 

 

As part of the arrangement with Wizard World I signed 200 copies each of the colour and black & white books.

Plus, they supplied us with the same amount of books to sell at my table.

That's a lot of zombies.

Every once in a while someone would bring a comic to the table that had this little grey aardvark on the cover.

 

Two more days to go!  

 

 

Motor City Con 2015:

Next weekend: St. Louis

 

 

 

 

 

Revving up for Motor City...

 

Click below to go to their site:

 
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Wrapping up a few loose ends before the show...
 
Jeff' S's cat:
 

 

...and under the "Ultra Cool" category:

 

I was asked to do the exclusive variant cover for the Wizard World St. Louis edition of The Walking Dead...

 

 

 

 

(any Cerebus fans recognize the sunset?)

...and there will be a black & white variant edition as well...

 

 

 

These will be available at the Wizard World St. Louis show, also coming up soon.

 

 

 

 

 

this and that...

 

Joe sent me a photo of his office walls complete with his prints of the Regency and Eschner on the left. Thanks Joe!

 

 

Here's a zoom out of a drawing I did for David L as a gift for his brother's ordination:

 

 

I work very close to the page and have to constantly lean back

to see if all those little lines actually look like something from a distance.

 

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Our next show is coming up soon

(click on logo to go to their site):

 

 

I better brush up on my 'Gerebus' sketches.

 

 

 

 

 

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