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  1. Brian Anderson commented on The Conjurers 24 days ago

    Quick pinup of Tenyo.

  2. Brian Anderson commented on Dog Eat Doug 24 days ago

    This strip is real. With two cats and two dogs our pile of hair is even bigger.

  3. Brian Anderson commented on Dog Eat Doug 24 days ago

    It was a happy accident. Everything was always from Doug and Sophie’s perspective; on their level. Someone pointed it out early on, so I kept that theme going.

  4. Brian Anderson commented on The Conjurers 24 days ago

    Sorry. Forgot to put a note on this. It’s a quick concept sketch of the Conjurian city. Added the frame to make the sketch a little more finished.

    Good news, I’ve got several more pages scripted and am starting the art today. So, my plan is to have a new page up after next week.

    Also, If I can increase my speed on the art and stay relatively happy with the results, I’ll start posting pages when there done.

  5. Brian Anderson commented on The Conjurers about 1 month ago

    Thanks all! What I’ve found most interesting is how writing the novel revealed a lot about how this comic storyline ends.

  6. Brian Anderson commented on Dog Eat Doug about 1 month ago

    Sadly, no.

  7. Brian Anderson commented on The Conjurers about 1 month ago

    Good news. The comic is back in production. While I wait for notes from my editor on the novel I’ve jumped back into scripting the final acts of Savachia’s tale.

    This piece was a test run for cover art for the comic. I plan on collecting this story into one volume once it ends. Also deciding on which story will come next.

  8. Brian Anderson commented on Dog Eat Doug about 1 month ago

    Ha! The next one is “Crimson Peak”. But Legendary has signed on to get ATMOM finished and released.

  9. Brian Anderson commented on Dog Eat Doug about 1 month ago

    Me too!

  10. Brian Anderson commented on The Conjurers 2 months ago

    No problem. It is a confusing concept. The closest thing to it would be “Hugo Cabret”. In that book, they switched from prose to wordless sequentials, back and forth. We’ll be doing a blend. It will be, I’d say, 80-90% prose. Then we’ll figure out where it would heighten the story to slide into sequentials. Animate certain parts if you will.

    I wrote the first book as a book. Now, we’re starting the process of figuring out the illustrations bits.

    That said, I do plan on collecting the comics that run here into issues, hopefully for print.