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Monday, May 2, 2016

Chapterhouse Archives #3 Captain Canuck !

My next published work is going to be in Chapterhouse Archives #3 featuring Captain Canuck

Solicitation on this one reads:

Introducing Chapterhouse Archives, an ongoing monthly series that reprints all of the essentials in the Chapterhouse catalogue. All Archive issues feature an all new cover and five page back story by some of comicdoms brightest and best! “The Canadian Connection” sees the RCMP appear, the first appearance of Heather and Canuck injured. Story and art by Richard Comely and second professional comic art by George Freeman. Featuring cover art by Hugh Rockwood and an all-new 5 page back story (that takes place between Captain Canuck #3 and 4)

Yep, I'm doing the backup on this one and had a great time drawing my childhood hero. Its a thrill for me to be able to contribute to the 'director's cut' of these classic comics. 

It's out in June, so look for it at your local comic shop!



Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Calgary 2016 Expo and Art Book

I'll be at the Calgary Expo again this year, in artist alley spot S07

I'm also happy to be included in the 2016 art book, to support a worthy charity!

My original art will be donated and available for purchase in the auction at the end of the show. They have asked us to hold of on showing the image until the weekend of the show. So... I'll put the color version (with colors by Greg Harms!) up on my instagram ( Gibson_Quarter ) when I land in Calgary.

This is the best I can do until then!


See you at the show.  ;-)

Friday, April 1, 2016

Undertow #6 - 4 page preview


Undertow #6 is ready for launch. The supernatural western feature called the “Organ Grinder” continues in UNDERTOW #6 which will launch at Emerald City Comic Con  

This issue has 2 other stories featuring the talents of David Cutler, and "Fearless" Fred Kennedy with Ryan Howe on art duties.


Here is a 4 page preview of the Organ Grinder ...







This comic is available at the 7th Wave publishing website .

Please have a look and pick up a copy from the 7th wave booth at ECCC in Seattle, the website, or me directly at Calgary fan Expo ! 

Thursday, March 3, 2016

Boba Fett

I was very stoked after reading Marvel's relaunch of Star Wars and needed to do another drawing of Boba Fett. Inks here are by Richard Bonk, and colors by Sean Ellery


Friday, February 19, 2016

Emerald City Comic Con 2106 and Art book

Once again this year I'll be attending the Emerald City Comic Con (ECCC) , sketching and signing at the 7th Wave Comics booth. 

I'm happy to also be included in this year's  2016 Monsters and Dames art book. This is what you'll find in there from me and Greg Harms (colors) using characters from the Undertow Comic and the Organ Grinder series that I draw.

The original art (including a partial nipple that was edited out in the coloring phase- gotta keep it PG to get in the book!) will be available for sale during the fundraising auction. The auction is to support the  Seattle Children's Hospital, a premier child health care & pediatric center, recognized as one of the leading hospitals for children.

If you are at the show, be sure to bring your book to the 7th wave booth and Greg and I will gladly sign it up for you.

Friday, January 1, 2016

2015 - Year End round up

Its that time again...stats for 2015 are:

3 comics published this year.
 Undertow #5 , Frogman #3 and Looking for Group #6 (alternate cover)


1 Trade Paperback .
Frogman has been collected into a TPB, and issue #3 is in there.

3 new prints, and many commissions (my personal record!) done.


I joined my first studio environment ( RAID! ) and love it. I'm  learning lots from the talented folks that I work with there....like how to REALLY use my Cintiq and work digitally.  

In 2015 I also did a LOT of comic-cons. I don't post them here  as they are too time sensitive.( I always mention them on my twitter and Facebook page.) It looks like I did 13 this year, including my first visit to New York Comic Con -that was the highlight for me for sure.

Looking back now, I realize I did WAY too many conventions. All the travel and the way it seems to interrupt my momentum with drawing pages was a real learning curve for me. As much as I love meeting the fans, I'm going to really scale back my convention appearances this year, probably doing 5 at the most.  

My goal now is to be very consistent with flowing put new pages, and getting better connected with Marvel, DC and other mainstream American publishers to (hopefully!) have more comics in the comic shops and hopefully pick a few new fans here and there.

A big THANK YOU to all those who have helped and supported me this year...you all know who you are!!

Happy 2016 to all.