Monday, August 2nd, 2010
Posted a cool frame over the weekend and I figured I should share it on the blog too! Here’s Robo checking to see if everything’s still intact upstairs. Don’t worry buddy, you’re ok.
Tuesday, July 27th, 2010
Monday, July 5th, 2010
It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here. Presenting The Fictory Comics. Visit the site daily for updates from more then five creators. Bear with us as we work out the kinks! Oh and don’t forget to check out our friends at the NERDCAST. This weekend we all sat down and talked about the properties premeiring on the site. You can LISTEN HERE.
Tuesday, June 29th, 2010
So forgive me for gushing but, I’m really really excited about my upcoming graphic novel, Stabb Gunner. I love great sequential art, and if not for the comics I read in my formative years, I very likely would be living under a bridge right now. As I mentioned in a previous blog, Stabb Gunner has been kicking around in my head for years now. So when I was talking to penciler, Courtland Ellis, I had an idea and even sketches of what Stabb Fisticuffs might look like.
The following images are an example of how a character’s evolves drastically over time. Moving from my head, to paper, through Courtland, over to Steve Becker (on inks), and back to Courtland again for color.
Monday, June 14th, 2010
Introducing Stabb Fisticuffs. One of two man characters from a graphic novel debuting this summer at theFictoryComics.com. The art shown is for Stabb Gunner, written by yours truly, Joseph W. Krzemienski, with pencils by Courtland Ellis and Inks by Steve Becker. This project is a dream come true for me. I’ve had this idea on the shelves for about 2 years now. With the production on animated projects siphoning all of my time, I couldn’t work on my other projects without some serious help. My most frequent collaborators, Jeff and Dom are up to their armpits in their own books (also premiering this summer), so asking them was out of the question. Well help has arrived! I find my self extremely fortunate to be working with the Lads and Lasses who make up the Fictory crew, and if those people spill over into other projects… well all the better.
We will also be featuring books by Jeff McComsey (American Terror: Eminent Domain), Dominic Vivona (Follies), Jeff Rummel (Space Bastard), and other guest contributors. I hope you’re ready to waste tons of time reading awesome content. Because with the line up we’ve got going on… it’s gonna happen.