Roger Langridge is a comic book creator known for comics such as Fred the Clown and The Muppet Show. These pieces were done as commissions for the Leipzig Manga-Comic-Con.
Thanks to Bob for the tip!
There was some discussion about the interpretation of Luna Cortizone in the last Scanlation Sunday update. Here’s a more conventional version of the character, by Charline Mahroug aka Winona Adamon:
Nicolas Lacombe goes by the handle Kurenai and makes art using scotch tape, as seen in this video:
Finished piece under the cut…
The “most recent” sorting on tumblr is weird, but otherwise I probably wouldn’t have seen this piece from 2014.
For Valentine’s Day earlier this week, writer Kid Toussaint (Magic 7) posted this image by his frequent collaborator Chris Evenhuis (Killing Time, Wynonna Earp) to Twitter and Facebook, from a one-shot that didn’t get picked up:
Toussaint writes in the comments: “Sometimes the publishers ask you for something unusual, that ultimately doesn’t go ahead… it was very good, though. […] They were very nice about it (these things happen), so no hard feelings. Just a shame, since we were having fun. […] Unusual attitude for Spirou, but it all made sense in the script. (Spoiler: It was a clone.)” The piece is inspired by the home video cover for the classic film noir Kiss Me Deadly (1955).
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From last year’s Inktober:
Joseph Cooper is an American comics artist who has worked on titles for Valiant and DC.
Francis Portela studied and teaches at the Escola de Cómic Joso in Barcelona, and has worked on American comics from DC, Marvel and Valiant.
Exem (Emmanuel Excoffier) is a Swiss artist in the ligne claire style, most active in poster work. For Fumetto, the International Comix-Festival Lucerne 2013, he was artist in residence, working in public in the Hotel Schweizerhof Luzern, for which he created this promotional poster. (The artist dropping his pages in the foreground is a self-portrait. Pictures from the event here.)